It takes a village to keep the MBI research community running smoothly. We’re highlighting some of the key staff members driving our efforts.
In her role as a communications specialist, Hart designs and manages the MBI website, creates graphics, assists with content development and helps manage the MBI’s social media platforms.
In his role as a UF Health IT end user computing specialist, Trinity supports MBI-affiliated faculty and staff with all their computing needs and questions.
May’s work at the McKnight Brain Institute helps ensure that faculty and staff have access to innovative facilities, and he is currently co-leading the UF Neuromedicine Human Brain and Tissue Bank renovation project.
As the assistant director of UF’s Breathing Research and Therapeutics (BREATHE) Center as well as UF’s Brain Injury, Rehabilitation, and Neuroresilience (BRAIN) Center, Kate Casey-Sawicki‘s duties are wide-ranging.
As the facility manager of the human imaging core at AMRIS, Rosenberg oversees the operation of two 3T MRI scanners.
In her current role as accountant, Clifton has been a dedicated staff member at UF for 30 years.
Over her eight-plus years as a policy and planning analyst, the number of T32 grants developed has more than doubled.
For more than 20 years, Greta Walker has faithfully served UF in her current role as a custodian for the MBI.
For more than two decades, Kevin Hanson has served the UF research community, and in 2014, he began his current role as an application developer analyst.
Felecia Milton has served the UF neuroscience research community for more than 20 years, and in 2009, she began her current role as an administrative specialist with the MBI