UF is collaborating on clinical trial testing if high-intensity treadmill exercise is effective in decreasing signs of Parkinson’s.
In The Conversation, Dr. Carol Mathews discusses the effect the pandemic has had on a common but often misunderstood problem — hoarding.
Researchers examined 133 healthy older adults who underwent an MRI and performed a working memory task during their scan.
Researchers and animation company team up to create cartoon videos for kids with anxiety and/or OCD.
UF neuroscientists investigated whether accumulations of tau and alpha synuclein can interact to accelerate the appearance of “mixed pathologies” in mouse models.
Dr. Michael Okun co-authored new JAMA Viewpoint article.
Published in the journal Brain, the study describes the functional effects of rare ‘mitochondrial complex III’ mutations in familial Parkinson’s disease.
New study lends insights into factors that could help predict the efficacy of gene therapies using a genetically engineered antibody to target abnormal tau proteins.
Open to anyone on UF campus, this award is intended to provide funding for dystonia research.
In The Conversation, Dr. Michael Jaffee discusses the importance of sleep, how DST can impact sleep patterns and why many are ready to do away with it.