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Dr. Brian Hoh discusses brain aneurysms in The Conversation

Published: Apr 24th, 2018

Following MLB pitcher’s brain aneurysm, Dr. Brian Hoh discusses this mysterious condition and how it can develop.

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Team-based science to change the way neurobiology research is done in Florida

Published: Apr 11th, 2018

Sara Burke, Ph.D., assistant professor of neuroscience, was featured by WUFT for her innovative approach to team-based science.

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Celebrate Brain Awareness Week, March 12-18, 2018

Published: Mar 9th, 2018

Join the McKnight Brain Institute and the UF neuroscience community for several events during Brain Awareness Week, March 12-18.

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MBI members’ commentary on NFL mortality study featured in JAMA issue

Published: Mar 1st, 2018

Drs. DeKosky, Jaffee and Bauer’s JAMA editorial addresses long-term mortality in NFL football players.

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Brain injury program gets creative support

Published: Jan 25th, 2018

Cindy LaRoe, M.D., had to give up her medical practice and her other passion — cycling — after an accident while racing left her with a traumatic brain injury.

2017 Year in Review: McKnight Brain Institute

Published: Jan 11th, 2018

Read about our faculty and staff’s accomplishments in 2017.

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Scents and sensibility

Published: Dec 13th, 2017

At the McKnight Brain Institute, UF Center for Smell and Taste researchers are working to improve the lives of more than 16 million Americans with smell disorders.

Dr. Hoh discusses the toll of brain aneurysms

Published: Nov 22nd, 2017

Nov. 26 marks the anniversary of former NFL tight end Konrad Reuland’s tragic death due to a brain aneurysm.

BTIP team honored at annual SNO meeting

Published: Nov 20th, 2017

A strong showing by the Brain Tumor Immunotherapy Program team at this year’s Society for Neuro-Oncology meeting included a Top 5 Poster Award for Drs. Loic Deleyrolle and Lan Hoang-Minh.

A new Siemens 3T MRI/S scanner is part of extensive renovations at the McKnight Brain Institute. The state-of-the-art $3 million scanner that has the strongest gradients available for human imaging, advanced motion correction capabilities and increased scanning flexibility.

MBI opens new state-of-the-art labs

Published: Oct 19th, 2017

Newly renovated high-tech labs supporting cognitive aging and human MRI-based research are now up and running at the MBI.