New research provides insight into how a variety of factors might be linked to the development of Parkinson’s disease.
Preclinical study shows potential to reverse pathological tau formations.
Leading cognitive aging expert has served as interim chair since April 2020.
Genetic and environmental factors in Parkinson’s converge on immune function and inflammation.
Electrical stimulation shows promise for restoring breathing after drug overdose, spinal cord injury in preclinical research.
Dr. Duane Mitchell is leading a project to identify barriers to success for Black researchers in the biomedical field.
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Drs. Andrew Maurer and Lynn Nadel co-authored perspective piece in the journal Trends in Cognitive Sciences.
UF neuroscientists and collaborators at Penn State and Arizona State will evaluate smell tests aimed at identifying COVID-19.
UF is collaborating on clinical trial testing if high-intensity treadmill exercise is effective in decreasing signs of Parkinson’s.