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FDA approves new ALS drug tested in clinical...

AMX0035 was tested at UF, Mass General and partnering sites and then approved by the FDA to treat ALS.

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College implements well-being index targeting...

Drs. Christina Bulleit and Lisa Merlo lead efforts to help residents, fellows manage their mental health.

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UF neurologist co-leading landmark study on...

Study co-led by Dr. Brandon Zielinski aims to shed new light on how autism is affected by the aging process.

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Researchers In the spotlight

UF neurologist co-recipient of Tom Isaacs...

Drs. Michael Okun and Ray Dorsey were joint recipients of award recognizing researchers who have significantly impacted the lives of people living...

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UF awards distinction to female College of...

Dr. Sara Jo Nixon highlighted in The Independent Florida Alligator for earning highest faculty honor at UF.

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Neuroscientist named to UF Foundation Term...

Dr. Adam Woods awarded professorship to support UF’s preeminence goals and advance research efforts.

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Features & Video Highlights

MBI Rising Stars

A video series highlighting up-and-coming neuro researchers at the University of Florida.

M-B-I's newest rising star: Adythia Gopinath

MBI Behind the Scenes

It takes a village to keep the MBI research community running smoothly. We’re highlighting some of the key staff members driving our efforts.

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UF Women of Neuro

We are highlighting some of the incredible women leading our neuro research initiatives at UF. Check out some of our fearless leaders below!

"Being a leader in this field provides an opportunity to help pave the way for the next generation of female scientists. It's so important to have examples of female leadership, not only to have diverse voices in the room, but also to show that it is possible to balance work and family life."

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