Published: March 10th, 2010
Radiosurgery: 20 years of Translational Research at the University of Florida Hosted by: William A. Friedman, M.D. Professor & Chairman Department of Neurosurgery Special Interests Brain tumor surgery, Trigeminal Neuralgia, […]
Published: December 9th, 2009
For more than 400 years, scientists have studied the amazing regenerative power of salamanders, trying to understand how these creatures routinely repair injuries that would usually leave humans and other […]
Published: November 25th, 2009
A researcher recruited to lead a new initiative in the College of Medicine called the Center for Translational Research in Neurodegenerative Disease is the perfect complement to efforts under way […]
Published: October 12th, 2009
University of Florida researchers have grown tumors in mice using cells from inflamed but noncancerous colon tissue taken from human patients, a finding that sheds new light on colon cancer and how it might be prevented.
Published: September 25th, 2009
The Agency for Health Care Administration has designated Shands at the University of Florida as a Comprehensive Stroke Center. Shands at UF is now one of only 15 AHCA-designated stroke […]
Published: August 28th, 2009
A common antibiotic can function as an “off switch” for a gene therapy being developed for Parkinson’s disease, according to University of Florida researchers writing online in advance of September’s Molecular Therapy.
Published: August 27th, 2009
Citing a discovery by scientists with the McKnight Brain Institute of the University of Florida and four other research groups, a Colorado-based electronics engineering firm has begun the first-phase design of an instrument that would help protect astronauts from radiation on the International Space Station and during deep-space flights.
Published: August 6th, 2009
Larry Cretul, (left) speaker of the Florida House of Representatives, was recognized for his efforts in the fight against brain disease recently. Rep. Cretul is helping researchers from Florida and […]
Published: July 31st, 2009
Brent Reynolds, Ph.D., a regenerative medicine scientist at the Evelyn F. and William L. McKnight Brain Institute of the University of Florida, was honored recently for his contributions to neuroscience by officials at the Catholic University in Rome and the university’s teaching hospital — the Gemelli University Polyclinic.
Published: July 30th, 2009
University of Florida researchers were able to program bone marrow stem cells to repair damaged retinas in mice, suggesting a potential treatment for one of the most common causes of vision loss in older people.