William G. Marshall, Jr., M.D., M.S., M.B.A.
Dr. Bill Marshall is the Associate Dean, USF College of Medicine (COM) for Clinical Affairs and Venture Development; and an Associate Professor, Department of Surgery.
In addition, he is an Assistant Director for the Master's of Technology Entrepreneurship Program at the USF Center for Entrepreneurship.
primary responsibilities at the College of Medicine include growth, development, and management of the clinical practice and the University of South Florida Practice Group
(USFPG); in addition to Venture Development for USF Health
He is also the Director of Scholarly Concentration in Business and Entrepreneurship for the College of Medicine and teaches in the College of Medicine.
has active research programs, in conjunction with the USF College of Medicine
, studying the transportation of umbilical cord blood-derived stem cells in a porcine model of acute myocardial infraction and gene delivery to the heart and lungs using electroporation.
At the USF Center for Entrepreneurship, he teaches Principles of Intellectual Property for Entrepreneurs and BioMedical Ethics and lectures in other courses in the award-winning USF Technology Entrepreneurship Masters Degree Program, which he co-developed.
has consulted for numerous medical device and biotechnology strat-ups at USF
and in Tampa Bay, and for intellectual property attorneys, venture capitalists, and investment bankers in the Tampa Bay area and nationally.
Dr. Marshall completed his MBA at USF in 2003 and his Master's Degree in Technology Entrepreneurship in 2006.
He was the inaugural USF/Kauffman Foundation Post-Doctoral Fellow in Life Sciences Entrepreneurship 2003 - 2005.
practiced cardiac, thoracic, and vascular surgery and critical care for more than twenty years following his
attendance of Johns Hopkins University
and graduation from the University of Kentucky College of Medicine
During this time he
was actively involved in the development and evaluation of medical devices, pharmaceutical products, and treatment protocols for cardiovascular, thoratic, and critical care patients.
He founded and managed his own successful surgical practice and completed his surgical training at the University of Alabama-Birmingham (General Surgery) and the University of Iowa (Cardiac, Thoratic, and Vascular Surgery).