Hyperbaric oxygen therapy shows promise for improving recovery after spinal cord injury in rat-model study.
New mouse model expresses low levels of a mutant form of tau, a protein associated with Alzheimer’s disease and related dementias.
Non-invasive form of electrical stimulation combined with intensive walking rehab found to be safe, feasible in small study for incomplete spinal cord injury.
We’re highlighting women leading our neuro research efforts at the University of Florida. Next, we're highlighting Dr. Catherine Price, the director of the Perioperative Cognitive Anesthesia Network (PeCAN).
Dr. Duane Mitchell received UF College of Medicine award given for research that has an impact on patient care.
The Harry T. Mangurian Jr. Foundation supported grants for two Lewy body dementia pilot studies.
Dr. Duane Mitchell and his team received funding to bolster clinical research programs advancing novel immunotherapy treatments.
Dr. Regina Bussing honored with 2022 UF College of Medicine Lifetime Achievement Award.
Optogenetic light pulses elicited activity in a paralyzed diaphragm in preclinical mouse-model study.
Drs. Michael Jaffee and Yulia Orlova contributed to NEJM Group publication.