Study reveals that many psychiatric disorders arise from common genes
Tyler’s Hope for a Dystonia Cure hosted The Season of Hope on Saturday, Dec. 7 — an annual 5K/15K fundraiser run to benefit the battle against dystonia and other movement disorders. The event was held at the Gainesville Hawthrone Trail and many neuromedicine researchers put on their running shoes to…
Novel type of immunotherapy used in mouse-model study shows promise for ALS treatment.
Throughout the 2019 edition of CrossLink, Dr. Aysegul Gunduz is acknowledged for breaking barriers, defining leadership and fostering a culture of inclusion.
New UF-led study in Science Advances offers insights into the likelihood of success of adoptive cellular therapy in certain brain tumor patients
Drs. Jolie Barter and Brittney Yegla among top six poster presenters at annual MBRF event.
UF distinguished professor emeritus earns the National Academy of Neuropsychology's Distinguished Lifetime Contribution to Neuropsychology Award.
Morgan Urdaneta honored on Nov. 19 with an International Student Achievement Award from the UF International Center.
Drs. Matthew Farrer, Tirisham Gyang and Giridhar Kalamangalam have been named to endowed professorships.
Dr. Alexis Simpkins presented new findings at the American Heart Association’s Scientific Sessions 2019 meeting regarding patients who have had a stroke in the past and are taking both aspirin and Plavix for stroke prevention.