Researchers working at the Adam Michael Rosen Neuro-Oncology Laboratory aim to improve lives of brain cancer patients.
Invention of UF radiosurgical system transformed treatments for some of the most complex neurological conditions.
Experts collaborate in pursuit of discovering new immunotherapy regimens to improve quality of life for patients with brain tumors.
The UF Health-led ReMission Alliance Against Brain Tumors announced the names of 12 partner institutions teaming up to develop novel treatments to vastly improve quality of life and long-term survival for patients fighting malignant brain tumors.
A new surgical robot, ROSA Brain, is making a surgical procedure for patients with epilepsy more efficient.
More than 100 brain tumor experts united at the inaugural ReMission Summit in Orlando with a mission to rewrite the story of brain cancer through collaboration and innovation.
The Harris Rosen Foundation gift is the cornerstone of a $100 million fundraising commitment to support the UF Health-led ReMission Alliance Against Brain Tumors.
Thirty years ago, an invention by Drs. Frank Bova and William A. Friedman transformed the treatment of brain tumors and other disorders for patients around the world.
William Friedman, M.D., chair emeritus of the Lillian S. Wells Department of Neurosurgery, was recently named to the UF College of Medicine Wall of Fame, the college's highest honor.
Read the American Association of Physicists in Medicine press release and Gainesville Sun article about the award, which recognizes Dr. Frank Bova's lifetime of outstanding contributions to medical physics.