In a new eLife article, UF neuroscientists examine brain mechanisms involved with the ability to delay gratification in older and younger adults.
In The Conversation, Dr. Katharina Busl weighs in on new study on the brains of pigs suggesting that some activity could be restored even after the animals had been dead for four hours.
It’s been full speed ahead in 2019, and as you’ll see in this newsletter, our researchers have been hard at work.
Expert neuroscientists who study age-related memory loss at all four McKnight Brain Institutes in the U.S. came together in Gainesville for 11th annual meeting.
Maryam Rahman, M.D., was named the 2019 Preuss Research Award winner during the American Association of Neurological Surgeons annual scientific meeting.
Experts from diverse fields united to share perspectives on the opioid crisis during annual CARE symposium.
Annual UF Center for Addiction Research & Education Symposium: “Opioids and the Brain: Mechanisms and Impact.”
Tony Wyss-Coray, Ph.D., a professor of neurology and neurological sciences at Stanford University, will deliver the keynote address for the McKnight Inter-institutional Meeting at 10 a.m. Thursday, April 11 at the Harrell Medical Education Building (Room LS 125). Wyss-Coray will discuss the systemic regulation of brain aging and neurodegeneration. This is the 11th annual McKnight…