Learn about this designation and how a couple found peace due to a correct diagnosis and a multidisciplinary team led by Dr. Melissa Armstrong.
The MBI's Brain Awareness Week events concluded Friday, March 16 with the eighth annual North Central Florida Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience Conference.
At 6 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, the Rhoton Lecture Series continues at the Cade Museum with a celebration of “neurosurgical giant” Albert Rhoton, M.D. who served as University of Florida neurosurgery chair for 27 years. William A. Friedman, M.D., current UF neurosurgery chair, will speak about Rhoton’s work and legacy.
The Luttge Lectureship, established and sponsored by the McKnight Brain Research Foundation, honors the memory of Bill Luttge, Ph.D., founding director of UF’s brain institute.
UF Neuroscience students led brain tricks, taste tests and art projects with local homeschool students.
Following legendary physicist Stephen Hawking’s passing after battling ALS for more than 50 years, Dr. James Wymer discusses this unforgiving disease.
Twenty-four researchers from 12 departments across campus showcased their favorite image from research being conducted at their respective laboratories during February's MBI Research Evening.
Join the McKnight Brain Institute and the UF neuroscience community for several events during Brain Awareness Week, March 12-18.
The American Society of Addiction Medicine named Scott Teitelbaum, M.D., UF Health Florida Recovery Center medical director, winner of its prestigious award.
Dr. Michael Jaffee's article in The Conversation addresses the prevalence of sleep deprivation in America and how it affects our brains.