UF study finds evoked resonant neural activity could serve as potential marker to guide DBS for Parkinson’s disease.
Progranulin loss results in sex-dependent dysregulation of peripheral and central immune system in mice.
Rat-model study suggests novel implantable device shows promise to potentially improve function of prosthetic devices designed to work with peripheral nerves.
Study indicates that focusing neurostimulation on specific brain networks could reduce seizures in mesial temporal lobe epilepsy.
Hyperbaric oxygen therapy shows promise for improving recovery after spinal cord injury in rat-model study.
UF researchers provide new insight into the makeup of glioblastoma cells and potential targets for interventions.
Neuromodulation induces respiratory neuroplasticity in rat-model study of spinal cord injury.
Findings show possible regulatory role for dopamine transporter in innate immune response.
Postmortem brain study suggests possible trigger for Alzheimer’s-related pathology.
Study provides insights into pathophysiology of Parkinson’s disease prior to neuronal loss.