Need to quickly look at and recall something like your flight confirmation number? New UF study shines light on the circuits responsible for “working memory.”
Neuroscience news at the College of Medicine
Todd Golde, M.D., Ph.D., appointed director of the McKnight Brain Institute.
New hope for treating meth addiction: UF neuroscience study identifies a novel mechanism for how the drug adversely affects the firing pattern of neurons in the brain.
“Bath salt” drugs can spur psychosis-like condition in the brain, new study finds.
Top graduate students from each concentration of the UF College of Medicine Interdisciplinary Program in Biomedical Sciences competed during the 41st annual UF College of Medicine Medical Guild Research Symposium April 4.
Prominent Alzheimer’s disease researcher Steven DeKosky has accepted a position as a neurology professor in the College of Medicine and deputy director of the Evelyn F. and William L. McKnight Brain Institute.
The Florida Center for Brain Tumor Research, or FCBTR, in partnership with Accelerate Brain Cancer Cure, ABC2, awarded $350,000 in grants to four researchers, including two from the University of Florida.
The NIH has announced a big data portal to spur Alzheimer’s research — which will include data generated by a team of researchers from UF Health.
Top graduate students from each biomedical science interdisciplinary program competed during the 40th annual UF College of Medicine Medical Guild Research Symposium April 1.
The University of Florida will host several events for Brain Awareness Week, a worldwide event that aims to increase public awareness about the progress and benefits of brain research.