Jaffee is the founding director of UF’s Brain Injury, Rehabilitation and Neuroresilience Center and is board certified in neurology, psychiatry, sleep medicine and brain injury medicine with additional certifications in behavioral neurology and neuropsychiatry.
Annual meeting hosted by UF develops collaborations and advances the field to improve patient outcomes.
Drs. Russell Bauer and Michael Jaffee discussed new progress in traumatic brain injury research.
A new article in the journal Neurology by a University of Zurich medical team examines the negative effect deep brain stimulation surgery had on the swimming skills of a select group of patients with Parkinson’s disease. University of Florida neurology chair Dr. Michael Okun commented on the study in The New York Times and urges all patients with Parkinson’s disease to avoid swimming alone.
Reporters from Suncoast News Network, a Sarasota TV station, followed the journey of UF Health patient PJ Delaney.
In The Conversation, Dr. Wissam Deeb explains an unexpected result in a Alzheimer's trial using DBS, and what it could mean.
Dr. James Wymer among national team of researchers to identify novel pathway for potential treatment of the disfiguring condition, neurofibromatosis 1.
Bill Gates recently invested in a venture fund to improve diagnostic testing for Alzheimer's. Steven DeKosky, M.D., discusses the importance of an early diagnosis for patients and researchers.