The Staab family and the McKnight Brain Institute lead an effort to find the cause and a cure for dystonia.
Archive for 2009
UF surgeons name the first recipient of the Hugh A. Walters, M.D., Humanitarian Award.
Dr. Robert Watson, former senior associate dean for the College of Medicine, was the guest lecturer during the first annual Hugh Walters, M.D., Distinguished Speaker and Humanitarian Award presentation Wednesday, June 10.
Michael Ross, Ph.D., passed away after more than 30 years of service to the UF College of Medicine’s department of anatomy and cell biology.
UF researchers use new gene therapy method to disrupt cancer growth by using a synthetic protein to induce clotting in tumor blood vessels.
University of Florida scientists have discovered why a paralyzing brain disorder speeds along more rapidly in some patients than others — a finding that may finally give researchers an entry point toward an effective treatment for amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, often referred to as ALS or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
Using MRI technology, a UF researcher’s findings suggests a new way to assess whether or not breast cancer has spread to the lymph nodes.