Greetings and welcome to the USF Health Office of Faculty and Academic Affairs. Here we strive to support our faculty in their pursuit of excellence.
Our commitment to you is to provide the best possible leadership in order for you to achieve success in your academic and professional journey. We will guide and support you in your teaching, clinical care, leadership, and scholarly activities. Each of you has your own unique story, each of you has your own special gifts.
We embrace all that you have to offer. To our students, to our research, to our health and well-being, and to our pursuit of excellence!
Our door is always open. We welcome you to visit and reach out for anything that you may need.
Haywood Brown, MD
Senior Associate Vice President, Faculty and Academic Affairs, USF Health
Vice Dean, Faculty Affairs, Morsani College of Medicine
Associate Dean, Diversity, Morsani College of Medicine
Professor, Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology
Yael Bensoussan, MD, from USF Health Morsani College of Medicine, is a co-principal investigator for the NIH’s Bridge2AI, a multi-institution project.
USF Health is the lead institution in collaboration with Weill Cornell Medicine on National Institutes of Health (NIH)'s newly launched Bridge2AI initiative to create an artificial intelligence platform for using voice to diagnose disease.
Click here to view article.
For more than 25 years, Castle Connolly has conducted the survey that provides the Top Doctors list.
The annual survey involves nominations from peer physicians, who are asked “Where would you go if you needed care?”
The process is anonymous and confidential, and doctors cannot nominate themselves. The resulting list, based on merit and inclusion cannot be bought, provides a collection of trusted resources for quality health care.
Click here to view article and full list of honorees.
Are you looking for a mentor, or the opportunity to mentor?
If so, simply complete the Mentorship Survey and return to Faculty Reach.
For a fillable form, sign into BOX and download the document to your computer.
Review your provider profile or search for a USF Health clinician using our Find a Doctor feature.
You can use your USF NetID to access a variety of password-protected information and resources. For assistance with your NetID or password visit our MyUSF NetID login page.