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Moffitt Healthy Kidz / HPV Initiative (July 7, 2014)
Moffitt surgical oncologist, Dr. John Kiluk, speaks to a class of Moffitt Healthy Kidz students about some of the tools he uses in surgery.

Summer school took on a healthy twist for more than forty young people, as they spent a day at Moffitt Cancer Center, thanks to the Moffitt Healthy Kidz Program.
Join these high-achieving students on a tour of the Center on University Beat...

 
Moffitt researcher Anna Giuliano (left), USF Public Health students & U.S. Rep. Kathy Castor discuss a community initiative to increase the number of children receiving vaccinations against HPV.

Even though Florida has one of the highest rates of cervical cancer in the country, teenage girls in the state also have the lowest rate of HPV vaccinations. That’s despite the fact the shots would prevent the disease and a number of other ones....

 
Moffitt Healthy Kidz (June 30, 2014)
Moffitt surgical oncologist, Dr. John Kiluk, speaks to a class of Moffitt Healthy Kidz students about some of the tools he uses in surgery.

Summer school took on a healthy twist for more than forty young people, as they spent a day at Moffitt Cancer Center, thanks to the Moffitt Healthy Kidz Program.
Join these high-achieving students on a tour of the Center on University Beat...

 
Students work on a class presentation about cancer as part of the Moffitt Healthy Kidz Program

More than 40 high-achieving, low-income young people from around the Tampa Bay area recently gathered at the Moffitt Cancer Center on USF’s Tampa campus to find out about careers in medicine. As part of the Center’s “Healthy Kidz Program,” the...

 
Historic Scans (June 23, 2014)
USF AIST 3D scans a capsule used in training at Cape Canaveral's Launch Complex 4 BOMARC building (courtesy AIST)

What do a French arch, a Revolutionary War-era tunnel in South Carolina, and launch pads at Cape Canaveral have in common? They’re all sites recently captured by the 3D imaging tools of USF’S Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies (AIST)....

 
USF AIST's Jeff Du Vernay uses a 3D laser scanner to survey the underground tunnels at the Ninety-Six National Historic Site. (courtesy AIST)

While some historic structures around the world are deteriorating, members of USF's Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies (AIST) are using high-tech 3D imaging tools to help capture a virtual version of them for future use.
And as...

 
Historic Scans / Culinary Innovation Lab (rebroadcast) (June 16, 2014)
USF AIST 3D scans a capsule used in training at Cape Canaveral's Launch Complex 4 BOMARC building (courtesy AIST)

What do a French arch, a Revolutionary War-era tunnel in South Carolina, and launch pads at Cape Canaveral have in common? They’re all sites recently captured by the 3D imaging tools of USF’S Alliance for Integrated Spatial Technologies (AIST)....

 

Officials at USF Sarasota Manatee would like to have one of the country’s best hospitality schools by the year 2020, and to help them on the way, the school has opened a Culinary Innovation Lab in Lakewood Ranch. This week’s rebroadcast of...

 
Culinary Innovation Lab (rebroadcast) / Pint of Science (June 2, 2014)
Chef Joe Askren (center), Dir. of the USF Sarasota-Manatee Culinary Innovation Lab, works with students in the lab

‘On the job’ training for students at USF Sarasota-Manatee’s College of Hospitality and Technology Leadership just got a little easier with the opening of the school’s new Culinary Innovation Lab in Lakewood Ranch. We’ll take you to the grand...

 
A beer at the Pint of Science Festival stop at the Florida Ave. Brewing Co.

Scientists from USF and Moffitt Cancer Center recently traded in their lab goggles for beer goggles. It was all part of “Pint of Science,” a worldwide festival that saw researchers pull up a stool at local bars to talk with people about their...

 
Forensic Imaging (May 26, 2014)
USF's Erin Kimmerle (center) & NCMEC's Joe Mullins (right) assist a student in the forensic imaging workshop.

A dozen law enforcement professionals from around the world recently visited USF to take part in an annual workshop that teaches them how to use forensic imaging tools, like facial reconstruction and age progression, to help identify suspects and...

 
NCMEC's Joe Mullins age progresses a photo in the forensic imaging workshop.

In April 2013, a body was found in Sumter County, and investigators turned to the USF Forensic Anthropology Lab for help in identifying it.
On this week's University Beat on WUSF 89.7, we take a look at the forensic imaging tools the...

 
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