CAM joins BRAIN Center to reach leaderboard of neurotrauma 5K
The Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory and UF’s Brain Injury, Rehab, & Neuroresilience Center teamed up to reach the leaderboard in the 2nd Annual Neurotrauma 5K (3.1 miles) Fun Run/Walk in support of the National Neurotrauma Society’s (NNS) education, advocacy and research initiatives. This is the first year that…
UF Chapter of The Youth Movement Against Alzheimer’s Participates in National Fundraiser
Researchers in the Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory work hard to research and understand the causes, effects and implications of age related cognitive decline and memory-related diseases. That is why it is important for them to give back and support the community in which their research serves. …
CAM Team Raises $3800 for Suicide Prevention
CAM center’s focus on cognitive aging and memory is ultimately about understanding and enhancing quality of life. That is why members of the center have come together to help fight suicide and bring greater awareness about mental health by participating in Gainesville’s Out of the Darkness Community Walk Saturday, November…
CAM and Department of Neuroscience Hosts Neuromatch 4.0 Meetup
For the past 20 months scientists have figured out a way to carry out conferences and listen to speakers virtually. The draw back is that the in-person component that allows for discussion, collaboration and discovery is missing. Neuromatch conference allows a virtual conference, which cuts down on costs, time, and…
Blood tests for Alzheimer’s explained
In The Conversation, Drs. Golde and DeKosky explain the new test, which shows high accuracy in detecting chemicals specific to Alzheimer’s.
Researchers donate gloves, masks and other PPE to support frontline colleagues
Researchers have joined an urgent effort to collect and donate PPE, to support clinical colleagues treating COVID-19.
03/23/20 Update on COVID-19 from UF|Research
An update regarding research activities by David P. Norton, Ph.D., the VP for Research at UF Health.
Engaging the elderly while social distancing
As we are encouraged to engage in social distancing during the coronavirus crisis, how do we stay engaged with our elderly friends and family members?
Alzheimer’s DBS trial evokes vivid memories
In The Conversation, Dr. Wissam Deeb explains an unexpected result in a Alzheimer's trial using DBS, and what it could mean.