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Tampa Bay Wave, Florida's premier non-profit accelerator for high-growth startups, is proud to announce its strategic collaboration with the University of South Florida (USF), powered by a grant from the U.S. Economic Development Administration (EDA), to introduce the HealthTech|X Accelerator program.
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Researchers with the University of South Florida aimed to assess the outcomes of musculoskeletal radiographs ordered during both in-person and televisit primary care appointments.
Photovoice is a project in which participants, ages 14 to 29, used cameras to illustrate topics related to mental health and addiction.
Dr. Marcus Cooke and colleagues open the door to understanding human disease through nucleic acid ‘adductomics’
Ninety percent of the risk of developing a disease comes from exposure to certain elements in our environment, such as pollution, sunlight, tobacco use, or food components, according to USF College of Arts and Sciences professor and Department of Molecular Biosciences chair Dr. Marcus Cooke.
Hearing aids slow cognitive decline in older adults with hearing loss and at risk for cognitive decline
Using a comprehensive hearing intervention designed, tested, and implemented by researchers at the University of South Florida, the multi-site ACHIEVE study examined the efficacy of hearing aids for reducing long-term cognitive decline in older adults.
USF awarded more than $8.5 million to train public health leaders in national collaborative leadership program
In an effort to strengthen the U.S. public health system, three national philanthropic nonprofits joined to award USF grants to lead the PHEARLESS initiative designed to rebuild collaboration and leadership skills among public health leaders.
Every picture in USF professor’s PhotoVoice project tells a story about young people’s mental health
In USF Sarasota-Manatee campus assistant professor Margaret McGladrey's recent PhotoVoice project, young people used photography to illustrate topics related to mental health and mental illness.
Give credit to your dad’s gene for keeping you safe during those long months in your mother’s womb. Because without this genetic warrior, you might have succumbed to any number of viral infections that otherwise could be fatal to a fetus. A new paper published this week in the journal Cell Host & Microbe explains the mechanisms behind this anti-viral protection.
The students recently presented the findings of their collaborative research project.
A new study from Po-Lin Wang, an assistant professor in the Baldwin Risk Partners School of Risk Management and Insurance, proposes that not only will we soon be seeing longer lifespans, but humans will also surpass all age records in the near future. Apparently, the longest-living generations are soon to come.
Dr. Karen Liller, a Distinguished University Health Professor in the USF College of Public Health, was recently named a fellow of the American Academy of Health Behavior (AAHB).
The World Health Organization (WHO) labels antibiotic-resistant bacterial infections as one of the biggest threats to human health in the world today.
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