UF neuroscience students spread to public schools and hosted field trips at UF’s McKnight Brain Institute and academic health center.
These events are organized thematically and provide researchers an opportunity to highlight research findings and promote collaborations among the UF neuroscience community. Refreshments are served and all are welcome.
For these speaking engagements, visiting scholars who have made exceptional contributions to neuromedicine or “rising stars” pioneering new directions in neuroscience research will visit the University of Florida to deliver a lecture of broad interest to the neuroscience community. We will celebrate their achievements with a reception following each lecture.
Held each year, the William G. Luttge Lectureship in Neuroscience explores inventive ideas and approaches to ensure healthy cognitive aging and to counter brain diseases. In 2012, the McKnight Brain Research Foundation endowed UF with $300,000 to establish a permanent annual lectureship as a memorial tribute to the late William G. “Bill” Luttge, Ph.D., the MBI’s first director.