How COVID-19 and social isolation are affecting the cognitive and mental wellbeing of older adults is the subject of a new study by UF neuroscientists.
The program trains doctoral students to explore treatments to prevent or slow cognitive aging, mild cognitive impairment and Alzheimer’s disease.
Cingulo-opercular network (CON) in the brain could be target for novel interventions to maintain cognitive function in seniors.
A new study by UF neuroscientists suggests that white matter “free water,” or fluid unconstrained by brain tissue, could play an important role in the cognitive aging process.
Dr. Adam Woods co-authored article offering COVID-19 response and guidelines for the field of non-invasive brain stimulations.
Study demonstrates that individuals with past heavy alcohol use and HIV demonstrate functional connectivity differences in the brain.
Dr. Jennifer Bizon to serve as interim chair of department of neuroscience, beginning April 13.
Learn about Dr. Lorena de Mena Alvarez, a postdoc in the Department of Neurology.
By studying superagers, people 90 and older in good health, researchers hope to uncover the keys to successful aging.
Learn how philanthropy has played a key role in UF Health’s neuroscience research and clinical programs in the latest edition of Florida Physician.