Dr. Joseph Gullett to lead study using brain imaging and AI tools to establish the effectiveness of a take-home cognitive training program.
Under new $2.2 million grant, multidisciplinary team to study mechanisms involved with systemic inflammation in rodent models of Alzheimer’s disease.
Dr. Steven DeKosky provides indicators to help “guestimate” rate of cognitive decline.
UF neuroscientists investigated whether accumulations of tau and alpha synuclein can interact to accelerate the appearance of “mixed pathologies” in mouse models.
Study uncovers research areas considered most pressing by patients and caretakers.
Dr. Melissa Armstrong and Dr. Carma Bylund have received a $375,000 state grant to examine how people experience the delivery of a dementia diagnosis.
By studying superagers, people 90 and older in good health, researchers hope to uncover the keys to successful aging.
Learn how philanthropy has played a key role in UF Health’s neuroscience research and clinical programs in the latest edition of Florida Physician.
Following Sandra Day O'Connor's announcement of her dementia, and possibly Alzheimer's, diagnosis, Dr. Todd Golde explains a dementia diagnosis, current treatments and his hope for the future.
Cognitive aging is a natural process in which older adults typically experience decline in many functions, such as memory, that can negatively impact their quality of life. With healthier lifestyles and advances in medical science, the human lifespan has almost doubled in the past century. However, improvements…