Gene-editing study provides insight into mechanisms of how two proteins may accumulate in familial Parkinson’s disease.
The highest faculty honor awarded at UF, the distinguished professor title underscores Okun’s leadership and lasting impact in neurology.
Neuroscience and neuromedicine at UF ranks No. 2 among all public universities in 2023 NIH funding.
The team is the first in the U.S. to test a new non-invasive device that may improve brain structure and function.
Researchers used human and mouse blood samples to reveal that a specially designed fluorescent compound can highlight immune cells that express the dopamine transporter.
Patients, caregivers contributed to UF-led research to update recommendations for communicating dementia diagnosis.
MBI researchers discover interaction between proteins genetically linked to Parkinson’s disease.
Three MBI researchers are united by deeply personal experiences that motivate them to understand the brain — and make it work better amid disease or injury.
UF-led research team reports on new insights into a genetic mutation associated with Parkinson’s risk.
UF neurology graduate assistant’s eye-catching image of microglia was selected in international contest.