Dr. Michael Okun has authored a book to help Parkinson’s patients across the globe.
Neurology news at the College of Medicine
Annual lectureship established in memory of the late William G. Luttge will help explore new ideas in neuroscience.
Rasheda Ali, daughter of the world-renowned Muhammad Ali, visits UF’s Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration.
Former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno was the first to receive a “patient-centric” tour of the University of Florida’s Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration.
Former U.S. Attorney General Janet Reno will be the first to receive a “patient-centric” tour of the University of Florida’s Center for Movement Disorders and Neurorestoration.
With the help of $1 million from Tyler’s Hope, UF is confronting a disease responsible for more movement problems than all but Parkinson’s and tremor.
The work of Dr. Paul Carney, the college’s chief of the division of pediatric neurology will be featured in an episode of Animal Planet’s “Monsters Inside Me” tonight.
According to a new UF study, Alzheimer’s patients display an emotional flatness that can be mistaken for depression.
The McKnight Brain Research Foundation’s third Inter-Institutional meeting was held at the University of Florida April 28 – 30. Researchers from institutes supported by the foundation gathered for meetings, toured facilities and discussed efforts to stave off age-related memory loss.
UF neurologists with the help of a $1 million Challenge grant from the NINDS are establishing a nationwide network of physician-scientists with expertise in clinical ataxia research.