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A new study led by a USF Health researcher explains how old microbiota in an old person’s gastrointestinal tract may cause cognitive decline, and reveals clues for how it can be protected.
Two medical students win scholarships from the Hillsborough County Medical Association.
The Pamela Muma Women’s Health Center is celebrating five years of bringing concierge and personalized medicine to women throughout the Tampa Bay region.
Medical students from the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine compete in the 2024 Collegia Olympics
February 14, 2024Morsani College of Medicine
USF Health Morsani College of Medicine students recently hosted an ultrasound competition at the USF Health Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation.
February 12, 2024Morsani College of Medicine
The Morsani College of Medicine is planning a year’s worth of events and highlights of the medical school’s 50-year history.
January 22, 2024Morsani College of Medicine
NIH awards $1.6 million grant to Immertec and USF Health CAMLS to study novel medical training technology for health professionals in rural areas
NIH awards $1.6 million grant to Immertec and USF Health CAMLS to study novel medical training technology for remote learning.
It’s been a busy year at USF Health! Check out our top-viewed videos and social posts for 2023.
USF Health's Mycesha Romeo earns a USF Health Culture Coin.
USF Health Heart Institute researchers are studying ways to help repair damage to heart muscle cells called cardiomyocytes after a heart attack.
USF Health’s Keith Waters, a United States Army veteran and service coordinator for the Bay Area Early Steps Program, is enhancing the lives of children by providing crucial support to families and ensuring that every child receives the necessary interventions for their growth and development through the USF Health Pediatrics Early Steps program.
James Peach was a correctional officer for Hardee Correctional Institute and was a victim of a near-fatal assault by inmates. On the day of the incident, Peach was lining up the inmates and carrying out his duties. The aftermath left him with four brain bleeds, two fractures in his neck, and a ruptured eardrum, and he was given a 1% chance of survival. Peach was left unable to talk, breathe on his own, or eat, facing an incredibly complex and dire medical situation.