Dr. Carla Schmidt provides tips for parents as students return to learning, including those whose children have neurodevelopmental disabilities or special needs.
Funds were provided by the UF Breathing Research and Therapeutics Center and the Trauma, Concussion, and Sports, or TRACS, Neuromedicine Program.
Catch up on the latest neuroscience and neuromedicine research news around the MBI and beyond.
Dr. Eric Vitriol earned $1.86 million NIH award to further his lab’s research into the actin cytoskeleton, an integral component of cells that controls their ability to divide, move and communicate.
Invention of UF radiosurgical system transformed treatments for some of the most complex neurological conditions.
The program trains doctoral students to become independent researchers in Parkinson’s disease, dystonia, tremor and ataxia.
Drs. Michael Jaffee and Glenn Smith are co-PIs on a UF Research Opportunity Seed Fund Award.
New, more diverse image better represents who is affected by Parkinson disease, and how.
Research led by Drs. Laura Ranum and Tao Zu is encouraging for future treatments for a type of ALS and several other neurological diseases.
New study led by Dr. Habibeh Khoshbouei, describes how impairment of dopamine transmission caused by manganese toxicity could potentially be blocked.