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doctors using the da Vinci system
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USF is one of two centers nationwide to use a high-tech robotic-assisted system to train doctors and surgical students on the latest minimally-invasive surgical procedures. This week's University Beat on WUSF-TV takes you to the unveiling of the da Vinci Surgical System and shows you how it's improving both physicians' skill and patient care.

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USF President Dr. Judy Genshaft and Admiral Patrick Dunne
USF-GI Bill

The University of South Florida is the first school in the nation to team with the Department of Veterans Affairs in an effort to support returning troops who enroll for classes under the new G-I Bill this fall. This week's University Beat takes a closer look at "VetSuccess on Campus" and how it's going to help those who've served our country.

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Radio - During "Morning Edition" on WUSF 89.7 Tuesday after the 6:30 AM and 8:30 AM newscasts | During "All Things Considered" on WUSF 89.7 Tuesday at 5:44 PM | After "Florida Matters" on WSMR 89.1 Friday at 7:30 PM
Television
- Tuesdays at 11:55 AM and 8:55 PM, and various times throughout the rest of the week

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At a ceremony marking the signing of the "VetSuccess on Campus" agreement between USF and the Department of Veterans Affairs, USF President Dr. Judy Genshaft talks about what the University can do for returning troops and other veterans.


Admiral Patrick Dunne, the Department of Veterans Affairs' Under Secretary for Benefits, says veterans bring something different to a classroom and university campus.

 

Kristin Adams, the VA's VetSuccess on Campus USF Representative, talks about his experiences as both a veteran and a USF graduate.


Tampa Mayor Pam Iorio & Hillsborough County Commissioner Mark Sharpe talk about how the da Vinci Center and USF will help the Tampa Bay area.

 

Dr. Cheryl Jordan talks about the recovery process that followed her da Vinci-assisted hysterectomy.


Dr. Alexander Rosemurgy, USF Health's Assoc. Dean of Medical Simulation & Academic Enrichment, says while the da Vinci system offers surgeons a great deal of control, it's only the latest step in the evolution of robot-assisted surgery.

 

Dr. Stephen Klasko, CEO of USF Health and Dean of the College of Medicine, speaks at the former opening of the da Vinci Center for Computer Assisted Surgery.

For more information

Radio:
Kristin Adams, USF Representative, VetSuccess on Campus
E-mail: kristin.adams@va.gov or 813-974-9281

TV:
Nikki LeClair, BS CME Coordinator, USF Health Continuing Professional Development
E-mail: nleclair@health.usf.edu or 813-974-2728

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