USF’s College of Engineering held its 36th Annual USF Engineering EXPO – “Engineering EXPO 2009” in celebration of National Engineering Week.
USF Health has earned the Award of Excellence from the AAMC (Association of American Medical Colleges) for its podcast “Straight Talk with Dr. D.”
Charles Stark Draper Laboratory Inc. has been awarded a $146 million contract for a U.S. Navy strategic missile guidance project.
MIT's Technology Review evaluates USF's Wireles Detectors for Dementia. Researchers hope that radio transmitters can warn of cognitive decline earlier.
Microsoft has asked USF CONNECT to partner with them on a new program called Microsoft BizSpark.
USF CONNECT has awarded Claro Scientific, LLC, a USF spin-out, matching research funds through the Florida High Tech Corridor Matching Grants Research Program for its project “Application and Validation of Photonics Method for Diagnosis of Malaria.”
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Cecile Lengacher, RN, PhD, professor in the USF College of Nursing, has been awarded a five-year, R01 grant from the National Cancer Institute to evaluate how well a clinical stress reduction program helps these patients experience fewer of these symptoms.
USF Health's Amina Alio, PhD, was lead author of the new study in Lancet, finding a strong link between spousal violence and fetal loss.
The University of South Florida has named Valerie McDevitt to the post of Assistant Vice President for Research in the Division of Patents & Licensing. McDevitt’s appointment recognizes the elevated importance of maximizing and protecting intellectual property developed by USF faculty, said Karen A. Holbrook, USF’s Vice President for Research & Innovation.
USF cardiologist Anne Curtis, MD, was recently elected a member of the Association of University Cardiologists, a professional organization that limits membership to only 125 academic cardiologists in the United States.
Leon Bramson, Senior Program Officer for the National Endowment of the Humanities (NEH) notified the University of South Florida’s, music historian, Zoë Lang that she is this year’s recipient of the NEH 2009 Summer Stipend.
“Legal Issues from Start-Up Through Series A" steps through the legal matters founders face when starting a company.
BioBreakfast sponsored by Steelgate, a woman-owned small business whose specialty niche is in cryogenic preservation and laboratory specimen management.
The next meeting of the West Central Florida chapter of the American Association of Grant Professionals (AAGP) is being hosted by the Institute for Instructional Research and Practice of the USF College of Education.
Kids2Invent will hold its first annual Tampa Bay Innovation Express Inventor Contest on March 29 and currently extending a call to students’ ages 6-12 in the surrounding Tampa Bay counties to submit their innovative ideas by March 11, 2009.
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