University of Florida neurogeneticist Matthew Farrer contributed to the new Michael J. Fox Foundation Global Genetic PD Cohort.
Researchers offer glimpse into brain’s ability to adapt and change its structure as we live our lives and accumulate memories.
Progranulin loss results in sex-dependent dysregulation of peripheral and central immune system in mice.
With new R25 grant, UF neuroscientists offer mentorship and research opportunities to undergraduates interested in cognitive aging and Alzheimer’s disease.
UF neuroscientists collaborate on international study revealing a potential therapeutic target for ALS, FTD linked to TDP-43.
UF neuroscientists provide preclinical evidence for adoptive cellular therapy as a potential immunotherapy treatment to improve symptoms in genetic form of Parkinson’s.
In The Conversation, Drs. Bhavana Patel and Torge Rempe explain stiff person syndrome, its symptoms, treatment approaches and more.
Dr. Michael Okun featured in USA Today article about study reporting that the number of Americans with Parkinson’s disease is higher than previously estimated.
Drs. Coralie de Hemptinne and Jackson Cagle describe their technology designed to identify deep brain stimulation settings based on a patient’s brain activity.
Study co-authored by Dr. Karen Hegland found sensorimotor training for airway protection improved cough-related outcomes in Parkinson’s patients.