Now Highlighting: Jessica Kraft
A Ph.D. candidate in the department of neuroscience, Kraft is the latest investigator to be featured in MBI Rising Stars, a video series highlighting up-and-coming neuroscience researchers at the University of Florida.
A Ph.D. candidate, Amofa-Ho is researching whether patient-centered behavioral interventions could delay more severe cognitive decline in people with mild cognitive impairment.
A Ph.D. student in the department of neuroscience, Moore is conducting research focused on the impact of alcohol use on adolescents.
A Ph.D. candidate in the department of neuroscience, Lloyd studies the molecular underpinning of neurodegenerative diseases.
A Ph.D. candidate and graduate research assistant in the department of neuroscience, Gopinath researches the connection between the brain and the peripheral immune system in people with Parkinson’s disease.
Dr. Sabhya Rana
A postdoctoral associate in the department of physical therapy, Rana’s research aims to improve respiratory motor function in those with spinal cord injuries.
A Ph.D. candidate in the department of neuroscience, Kidd is investigating possible treatment pathways for myotonic dystrophy, a genetic disorder that is a form of muscular dystrophy and leads to progressive muscle wasting and weakness.
A Ph.D. candidate in the department of neuroscience, Walker is investigating the interaction between early tau protein abnormalities and amyloid beta proteins in the brain, hallmarks of Alzheimer’s disease, with the hope of identifying approaches to slow or prevent the disease.
A postdoctoral associate in the University of Florida’s Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory, Indahlastari is studying a technique aimed at improving cognitive function that involves the use of a noninvasive form of brain stimulation paired with cognitive training in adults 65 and older.
A Ph.D. candidate in the department of neuroscience, Blaes’ research focuses on understanding the neurobiology of substance use disorders, specifically how they affect risky decision making, to guide in the development of better therapeutic techniques.
Terry’s research focuses on developing behavioral interventions to reduce pain catastrophizing and investigates how psychological and social factors impact chronic pain, with a particular focus on how these factors influence pain processing and experience of pain in racial and ethnic minorities.
An assistant professor of neuroscience, McIntyre studies the cellular mechanisms involved with olfactory function, addiction and a variety of other physiological conditions.