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USF Health Taneja College of Pharmacy students Siegrid Pregartner and Laura Borgerding, launched a startup, Janus AI, and designed an AI tool that aids in the early detection of Alzheimer’s. Their focus is to provide patients suffering from the disease more time to make healthcare decisions before the disease hijacks their mental acuity and motor skills.
In the wake of the hurricane, researchers at the University of South Florida College of Marine Science (CMS) have been hard at work studying the storm’s impacts on the state.
November 30, 2022Research
A new study by researchers at the University of South Florida reveals the nuanced relationship between work demands and a good night’s rest. Their results show that moderately demanding jobs predict the most optimal sleep health.
November 29, 2022Research
Through their partnership, USF Health and Tampa General are working together to expand the Tampa Medical and Research District. What they’re trying to portray, Dr. Charles Lockwood says, is the idea that as they keep growing medical services in the area where the medical school, Tampa General and their operations on Kennedy Boulevard are, “we’re building more and more components of world-class health care.’’
November 29, 2022Health
Pulmonology Program Led by Tampa General Hospital and USF Health Joins Two Global Organizations with a Shared Purpose to Empower Patients
The USF Health and Tampa General Hospital pulmonary and critical care medicine program earned two national designations: as a founding member of the Foundation for Sarcoidosis Research Global Sarcoidosis Clinic Alliance and selection as a Pulmonary Fibrosis Foundation Care Center Network.
November 29, 2022Health
The University of South Florida is working on securing a patent for technology to better help users confirm their location and identity, all through the sound of their voice. The tech, dubbed “Here I am,” began as a brainchild of USF professors Sriram Chellappan and Balaji Padmanabhan in 2018.
November 28, 2022Innovation
Anthropologist Antoinette Jackson leads the African American Burial Ground Project at the University of South Florida. She's building a database of desecrated cemeteries (60 Minutes).
November 27, 2022Research
Research at the university can become high-grossing patents, new business ventures and high-tech employment opportunities.
Thanks to the generosity of the Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, an $11.7 million research vessel will soon make the trek from California to its new home in St. Petersburg. The "Western Flyer" will join two other research vessels at USFSP.
November 22, 2022Research
The University of South Florida Department of Anthropology is increasing efforts to return Native American remains to their ancestors, highlighting that Indigenous people are more than just a part of America’s past.
November 21, 2022Research
Through the newly formed initiative, USF Research & Innovation and the Florida High Tech Corridor will support undergraduate research opportunities for 150 students across USF.
November 17, 2022Student Research
The Florida Inventors Hall of Fame and museum on the campus of the University of South Florida is using the Great American Teach-In Thursday to launch its new program called IGNITE.
November 17, 2022Innovation