At the USF Morsani College of Medicine Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs, we are committed to supporting our students and faculty with a myriad of educational, community-building, and recreational events. This graduate and postdoctoral News & Events page is designed to help you keep up with the latest student events, activities, and news happening within the Master’s and PhD communities.
The Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Affairs and offices across the USF campus host a variety of events every semester for current and prospective students.
Prospective students are invited to meet us and learn more about our programs at these upcoming events.
Please join us on campus at the USF Health Morsani College of Medicine to hear more about our pre-professional program, and have all of your questions answered! No RSVP required. Click here for a map of USF Health.
Open houses begin at 4:30 PM.
Thursday, January 23 - MDL 1003B
Monday, February 24 - MDL 1003A
Thursday, March 26 - MDL 1003B
Thursday, April 23 - MDL 1003B
Thursday, May 7 - MDL 1003B
Faculty and students present their current research projects.
Bioscience seminars are held on Fridays at 11:30 AM in MDL 1003B.
Edward S. Cooper, MD/Norman Roosevelt & Elizabeth Meriwether McLure Professor of Medicine
Director of Molecular Cardiology
University of Pennsylvania
Perelman School of Medicine
Division Head of Immunity & Pathogenesis
Burnett School of Biomedical Sciences
University of Central Florida College of Medicine
Associate Professor, Harvard Medical School
Principal Investigator, Vascular Biology Program
Department of Surgery, Boston Children's Hospital
Karp Family Research Laboratories
You can view a full calendar of AMSGS events on the AMSGS website.
AMSGS attends trivia at Peabody's (15333 Amberly Drive) at 6:30 PM every other Thursday. Come out and enjoy good company and help the team win! Upcoming dates:
Journal clubs provide students with the opportunity to practice their public speaking skills and prepare for CQEs and defenses by presenting their research (or a piece of work they find interesting) to fellow students.
Medical Sciences PhD students excelled at USF's 2019 3-Minute Thesis Competition! Our students, pictured here with the Director of Graduate Studies, Dr. Ruth Bahr, won 1st Place, Runner-up, and People's Choice. Aya Elmarsafawi (pictured center right) won the $300 first place prize and will go on to present at the 3MT Regional Competition in Nashville.
Learn more about the presentations and USF's 3MT competition here.
This Fall, AMSGS and the Office of Graduate & Postdoctoral Affairs co-hosted the 3rd Annual Career Pathways Symposium. Six speakers from various industries came and spoke to students about their careers and offered advice for those who may wish to pursue similar professions.
You can view the list of speakers here.
AMSGS sponsored it's first Three-Minute Thesis competition in preparation for the university-wide event that is held each Fall. Students from various programs presented to a panel of five judges, consisting of three faculty members and two staff members.The winner was Chemical Engineering student, Abhijeet Iyer, whose presentation was entitled "Air Pollution: Thinking Inside the Box."
AMSGS hopes to make this an annual event to provide students an opportunity to develop their public speaking skills and practice discussing their research with non-specialist audiences.