The University of South Florida spent one year and $38 million to construct its Center for Advanced Medical Learning and Simulation -- also known as CAMLS.
This week USF medical students and instructors are testing the three-story facility's features
-- including a Surgical & Interventional Training Center, Virtual Patient Care Center and the Tampa Bay Research & Innovation Center.
Tampa Mayor Bob Buckhorn recently called the facility "the most important development in downtown Tampa in at least 20 years," according to the Tampa Bay Times
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