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Pranit Singh takes home top honors at another major statewide health association conference.
The USF Health Department of Ophthomalogy is rapidly expanding its research program.
The USF Health Byrd Alzheimer's Center and Research Institute stands as a prominent Alzheimer's disease research center. Opened in 2002, it is the realization of a visionary concept championed by former Florida Speaker of the House Johnnie B. Byrd, Jr., who was deeply moved by his father's battle with the disease.
Artificial intelligence (AI) is rapidly becoming a part of our everyday lives. Particularly, it is reshaping the way society approaches medicine and is promising a future of precision, efficiency, and improved patient outcomes. Dr. Nishit Patel, MD, professor in the Department of Dermatology and Cutaneous Surgery in the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine, vice president of medical informatics for USF Tampa General Physicians, and vice president and chief medical informatics officer at Tampa General Hospital, explains the exciting potential and challenges of AI in healthcare, emphasizing its transformative role and ethical significance
10th annual meeting of the North American Section of the International Academy of Cardiovascular Sciences.
Pranit Singh earned one of three Top Research Poster awards at the 2023 Florida Medical Association Annual Meeting.
USF Health $5.6 million study to define link between genetics and heart disease in many Friedreich’s ataxia patients
Researchers at MCOM awarded $5.6 million from the U.S. Department of Defense to examine why many people with Friedreich’s Ataxia go on to also develop heart disease.
A new paper published this week in the journal Cell Host & Microbe explains the mechanisms behind this anti-viral protection.
A unique scientific collaboration at USF Health could offer potential treatment for atrial fibrillation, thanks to a chance encounter in a hallway, a plain green chalkboard and a most surprising star: the European honeybee.
A prestigious grant obtained by a team from the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine and Tampa General Hospital could significantly enhance preventive treatments for strokes affecting the left atrial appendage.