Researchers working at the Adam Michael Rosen Neuro-Oncology Laboratory aim to improve lives of brain cancer patients.
Findings lay groundwork for development of a blood test that could be used to help diagnose, treat Parkinson’s disease.
New lab aims to develop best brain stimulation techniques.
Using AI technology, UF researchers will determine precision dosing for a new treatment designed to prevent dementia in older adults.
UF team earns Parkinson’s Foundation grant focused on outreach efforts to the African American community in Alachua County.
Black Voices in Research, a storytelling event, highlights the experiences and stories of individuals within the UF biomedical research community.
New research shows that people receiving deep brain stimulation, or DBS, for the treatment of Parkinson’s disease may be managed successfully at home by a home health nurse
American lobster genome reveals insights into longevity, neural and immune adaptations.
Dr. Emily Plowman honored with 2021 NINDS Landis Award for Outstanding Mentorship.
Findings could help physicians identify who is at risk of developing severe COVID-19 so treatment can begin earlier.