William   G.  Marshall

Clinical Full Professor  

Mr. William G. Marshall

  • Education

    • MS, University of South Florida, 2006
    • CERT, Technology Entrepreneurship, University of South Florida, 2005
    • MBA, Finance / Healthcare / Entrepreneurship, University of South Florida, 2003
    • MEd, University of Kentucky, 1972




Selected Publications


  • William Marshall. “Comida Simple”. Tampa, FL: USASBE Student Case Research Competition (Winner – 1st Place), United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Annual Meeting, January (1st Quarter/Winter) 2015.

  • William Marshall. “Introduction of a New High Frequency Chest Percussion (HFCP) Focused-Pulsation Device and Digital Modeling of the Physiologic Effects”. Chest, 2014.

  • William Marshall. “Outcomes of Innovation Education and Training for Medical and Healthcare Students”. Chicago, IL : Association of American Colleges (AAMC), November 2014.

  • William Marshall. “Impact of Consumer Behavior on Entrepreneurial Opportunities”. Dublin, Ireland: ECSB / DIT Case Study Competition, International Council for Small Business, June 2014.

  • William Marshall. "“Outcomes of Innovation Education and Training for Medical and Healthcare Students”," Dublin, Ireland: Proceedings of the International Council for Small Business (June 2014).

  • William Marshall. “Outcomes of Innovation Education and Training for Medical and Healthcare Students”. Dublin, Ireland: Proceedings of the International Council for Small Business, June 2014.

  • William Marshall. “The Respin 11: A New High Frequency Focused-Pulsation Chest Wall Device for Mobilization of Pulmonary Secretions – Cardiopulmonary Physiologic Effects”, . Chest, 2013.

  • William Marshall. “Development of the Next Generation of Healthcare Leaders Using Innovation and Business Education and Training”. Atlantic City, NJ: 2013 GRMC/NEGSA/NEOSR and NEAAHP Spring Meeting (AAMC), April (2nd Quarter/Spring) 2013.

  • William Marshall. “Conflict of Interest in Technology Development and Commercialization in Medicine and Healthcare: Ethical Issues”. Paris, FR: Congress of Humanities and Social Science Research, July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 2012.

  • William Marshall. “Designing a Regulated Market Solution to Eliminate Organ Shortages: The Case of Kidney Transplantation”. Paris, FR: Congress of Humanities and Social Science Research, July (3rd Quarter/Summer) 2012.



Selected Grants and Fellowships


  • William Marshall. NIH R21: Electro-Gene Transfer for Coronary Artery Disease, $2,141,796.00 (2008 - 2012)

  • William Marshall. Florida Hi-Tech Corridor Grant, $21,000.00 (2010 - 2011)

  • William Marshall. NIH (National Center for Research Resources), University of South Florida CTSA Planning Grant, $217,500.00 (2006 - 2007)

  • William Marshall. University of South Florida College of Medicine Feasibility Grant: Electro-Gene Transfer for Coronary Artery and Pulmonary Disease, University of South Florida College of Medicine, $60,000.00 (2006 - 2007)

  • William Marshall. Florida Hi-Tech Corridor Grant: Cord Blood: Treatment for Acute Myocardial Infarction, $71,736.00 (2005 - 2007)

  • William Marshall. STTR Phase 1 Grant: Cord Blood: Treatment for Acute Myocardial Infarction , $184,249.00 (2005 - 2007)

  • William Marshall. Thoracic-Cardiovascular Surgery Fellowship, University of Iowa, ( 1983)

  • William Marshall. Thoracic-Cardiovascular Surgery Fellowship, University of Iowa, ( 1983)

  • William Marshall. Vascular Surgery Fellowship, University of Iowa, (July 1982 - December 1982)

  • William Marshall. General Surgery Residency, University of Alabama, (1977 - 1982)



Selected Presentations


  • William Marshall. “Comida Simple”, Baylor – USASBE Student Case Research Competition (Winner – 1st Place), United States Association for Small Business and Entrepreneurship Annual Meeting, Tampa, FL (January 2015)

  • William Marshall. “Outcomes of Innovation Education and Training for Medical and Healthcare Students”, Association of American Colleges (AAMC), Chicago, IL (November 2014)

  • William Marshall. “Introduction of a New High Frequency Chest Percussion (HFCP) Focused-Pulsation Device and Digital Modeling of the Physiologic Effects”, (Poster), CHEST 2014, American College of Chest Physicians, Austin, TX (October 2014)

  • William Marshall. “Outcomes of Innovation Education and Training for Medical and Healthcare Students”, International Council for Small Business (ICSB), Dublin, Ireland (June 2014)

  • William Marshall. “The Respin 11: A New High Frequency Focused-Pulsation Chest Wall Device for Mobilization of Pulmonary Secretions – Cardiopulmonary Physiologic Effects”, (Poster), CHEST 2013, American College of Chest Physicians, Chicago, IL (October 2013)

  • William Marshall. "21st Century Demonstrative Evidence: An Update on Animation, Simulation, 3D Prototyping and the Understanding of Medical Issues Benefitting Judges and Lawyers”, 2013 FLABOTA Convention Seminar Continuing Legal & Judicial Education, St. Petersburg, FL (July 2013)

  • William Marshall. “Development of the Next Generation of Healthcare Leaders Using Innovation and Business Education and Training” / "Developing and Sustaining our Aspiring Healthcare Leaders", 2013 GRMC/NEGSA/NEOSR and NEAAHP Spring Meeting (AAMC), Atlantic City, NJ (April 2013)

  • William Marshall. “Conflict of Interest in Technology Development and Commercialization in Medicine and Healthcare: Ethical Issues”, Paris International Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences Research, Paris, FR (July 2012)

  • William Marshall. “Designing A Regulated Market Solution to Eliminate Organ Shortages: The Case of Kidney , Paris International Congress of Humanities and Social Sciences Research, Paris, FR (July 2012)

  • William Marshall. “Evolving Student Social Entrepreneurship in a College of Medicine and Academic Medical Center: The BRIDGE CLINIC at the University of South Florida”, International Council for Small Business (ICSB), Wellington, NZ (June 2012)