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MBI Rising Stars: Ellen Terry

Dr. Ellen Terry is the latest MBI Rising Star, a video series highlighting up-and-coming neuroscience researchers at UF.

Dr. Ellen Terry

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UF researchers earn Heart, Lung and Blood…

Investigators in the lab or Dr. Gordon Mitchell earn four-year, $2.7 million grant to advance intermittent hypoxia research.

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Synergy in neuroscience and neuromedicine research

Read about how the MBI and Fixel institutes are working together to propel neuroscience and neuromedicine research at UF.

Michael Okun and Todd Golde discussing important things

New imaging study shows key brain changes in…

Brain network imaging study could help guide drug development to improve cognitive function.

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Researchers In the spotlight

Podcast with Fear Facers participant among 2019’s…

The Daily, a New York Times podcast, named its favorite episodes of 2019, including an interview with a Fear Facers Summer Camp participant.

Fear Facers camp

Researcher’s design concept makes journal cover

A design idea by Dr. Adam Grippin is showcased on the cover of ACS Nano.

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Experts weigh in on new Nilotinib study

Dr. Michael Okun interviews authors of new study showing a narrowing path forward for the use of Nilotinib for Parkinson’s disease patients.


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