To celebrate Brain Awareness Week, UF neuroscience students brought interactive demonstrations to K-12 students.
Dr. Joshua A. Gordon spoke about genetics, neural circuits and computational approaches during the first Luttge Lecture since 2019.
We’re highlighting women leading our neuro research efforts at the University of Florida. Next, we're highlighting Dr. Carol Mathews, the interim chair for the Department of Psychiatry
During Brain Awareness Week, UF students ignited the curiosity of schoolchildren across Alachua County.
Roughly 50 student volunteers from the local SfN Chapter participated in virtual events.
Brain Awareness Week is a global campaign to foster public enthusiasm and support for brain science. Every March, partners host imaginative activities in their communities that share the wonders of the brain and the impact brain science has on our everyday lives. At the McKnight Brain Institute, Brain Awareness…
UF neuroscience students spread to public schools this week and hosted field trips at UF’s McKnight Brain Institute and academic health center.
The MBI's Brain Awareness Week events concluded Friday, March 16 with the eighth annual North Central Florida Chapter of the Society for Neuroscience Conference.
The Luttge Lectureship, established and sponsored by the McKnight Brain Research Foundation, honors the memory of Bill Luttge, Ph.D., founding director of UF’s brain institute.
UF Neuroscience students led brain tricks, taste tests and art projects with local homeschool students.