Research at UF suggests how new, therapeutic genes that have been irrevocably delivered to the human brain to treat Parkinson’s can be controlled if the genes unexpectedly start causing problems.
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Five internationally acclaimed genetics researchers will present findings at Florida Genetics 2009, the annual symposium of the UF Genetics Institute.
A discovery by McKnight Brain Institute scientists about the effects of cosmic radiation on stem cells has prompted development of new measures to protect astronauts.
Wilmer Nichols, Ph.D., former director of basic cardiovascular research at UF’s College of Medicine, will receive a Lifetime Achievement Award Friday from ARTERY, the Association for Research in Arterial Structure and Physiology.