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Kathleen McIntyre

CAM Research Day Poster Winners

The Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory held their 2nd Annual Research Day on May 17. Part of the day included the presentation of research by trainees in labs across the campus that study cognitive aging. Samm Smith, a graduate student in Dr. Sara Burke’s lab, took first place and…

CAM Research Day happening May 17

This year’s CAM Research Day is scheduled to take place May 17. Building off the discussion of collaboration started at last year’s Research Day, researchers from the center will be presenting paired talks. The talks will be centered on topics such as spatial navigation and aging, functional networks, VNS to…

Cognitive Aging an Memory Pilot Grant Program

The Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory (CAM Center) announces two pilot research opportunities for individuals interested in developing extramural lines of research related to understanding and improving brain health and cognition in older adults. Specifically, proposals are sought in two areas: (1) cross-species translation of brain health and cognitive…

CAM labs are hiring postdocs interested in aging research

The Woods Neuromodulation Lab in the Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory (CAM) at the University of Florida, Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, is searching for highly qualified post-doctoral associates to join our research team. These positions focus on discovering and implementing novel interventions aimed at remediating cognitive aging…