UF experts lead special issue of Experimental Neurology

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(From left, top row) Drs. Erica Dale, Paul Davenport, Emily Fox and David Fuller. (From left, bottom row) Elisa Gonz-Rothi, Gordon Mitchell, Yasin Seven and Barbara Smith.

Gordon Mitchell, Ph.D., served as an editor for a special issue of the journal Experimental Neurology. Mitchell is director of UF’s Breathing Research and Therapeutics Center (BREATHE Center) and a preeminence professor of neuroscience in the department of physical therapy.

The issue is focused on intermittent hypoxia, a potential treatment for spinal cord injury and multiple neurological disorders, and includes several articles authored or co-authored by UF faculty members and trainees from the BREATHE Center and departments of physical therapy; physiology and functional genomics; and physiological sciences.

Read the entire Experimental Neurology special issue on intermittent hypoxia.