A design idea by Dr. Adam Grippin is showcased on the cover of ACS Nano.
Dr. Scott Teitelbaum and the Association of American Medical Colleges colleagues urged lawmakers to pass the Opioid Workforce Act. It would fund 1,000 new addiction medicine residencies, easing the shortage of physicians who specialize in the treatment of substance use disorder.
Dr. Michael Okun interviews authors of new study showing a narrowing path forward for the use of Nilotinib for Parkinson's disease patients.
Why is spicy food spicy? Art Zimmerman, a Ph.D student at University of Florida Center for Smell and Taste & University of Florida Biomedical Sciences, recently joined Brains On to explain — he weighs in around the 35-minute mark. This episode of the award-winning podcast for kids explores why food is so delicious.
Throughout the 2019 edition of CrossLink, Dr. Aysegul Gunduz is acknowledged for breaking barriers, defining leadership and fostering a culture of inclusion.
A new article in the journal Neurology by a University of Zurich medical team examines the negative effect deep brain stimulation surgery had on the swimming skills of a select group of patients with Parkinson’s disease. University of Florida neurology chair Dr. Michael Okun commented on the study in The New York Times and urges all patients with Parkinson’s disease to avoid swimming alone.
Drs. Jolie Barter and Brittney Yegla among top six poster presenters at annual MBRF event.
UF distinguished professor emeritus earns the National Academy of Neuropsychology's Distinguished Lifetime Contribution to Neuropsychology Award.
Morgan Urdaneta honored on Nov. 19 with an International Student Achievement Award from the UF International Center.
Drs. Matthew Farrer, Tirisham Gyang and Giridhar Kalamangalam have been named to endowed professorships.