Life Sciences

Charles Lockwood, left, dean of USF Morsani College of Medicine, led a tour of the new USF Morsani College of Medicine and Heart Institute, under construction on Channelside Drive. The USF Morsani College of Medicine and Heath Institute is an anchor for Water Street Tampa, a $3.5 billion development planned by Strategic Property Partners. Michelle Twitmyer, a clinical research coord., gives Harry "Will" Coleman IV a snack with peanut protein to build his tolerance in case of accidental ingestion. CAMLS Lab Room.

Feature Story The site of a new six-story bed tower at AdventHealth Hospital at the northeast corner of Fletcher Avenue and Bruce B. Downs Boulevard.

Uptown Tampa hones its identity, investments


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Promising new therapy for Alzheimers, dementia


Feature Story Attendees at the first Sunny Side Up forum wait in the lobby of Lynn Pippenger Hall at the USFSP College of Business.

St. Pete joins U.S. Ignite smart city ecosystem


Innovation News Dr. Denise Edwards, left, and Pam Muma at the Pamela Muma Women's Center.

USF Health concierge center to provide 1-stop shop


Feature Story Phillip Furman has been inducted into the Florida Inventors Hall of Fame.

Q&A: Phillip Furman, leader in fight against AIDs


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The Tampa Bay region is gaining in global reputation as a growing hub for research and development in the life sciences thanks to collaborative partnerships between West Central Florida colleges and universities, such as the University of South Florida and its new downtown Tampa medical school, CAMLs, and emerging private business and industry.