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Adam J. Woods

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…

Adams Woods named to UF Foundation Term Professorship

The University of Florida has awarded Adam Woods, Ph.D., one of two UF Foundation Term Professorships for 2022-23. The three-year professorship, which comes with a $25,000 award, is presented in support of the university’s preeminence goals to further advance faculty research efforts. Woods is an associate professor and associate chair…

UF neuroscientist invited as panelist for GTC 2022 watch party

Dr. Adam Woods, associate chair for research and associate director of CAM, has been invited to be an esteemed panel expert to discuss “Advances in Accelerated Data Science”. The discussion will take place online on September 22 from 3 – 4 P.M. EDT. The session is interactive and participants are…

Gator NeuroScholars: An Enhanced Postdoc Fellowship at the University of Florida

Enhanced Postdoctoral Opportunities at UF in Cognitive Aging and Memory Applications are open for a new program offered by the UF McKnight Brain Institute: Gator NeuroScholars. Four postdoctoral associates will be awarded a highly competitive stipend ($60,000-65,000) for up to 3 years, with additional funds for travel and computing needs. In Year…

UF neuroscientist featured in Society for Neuroscience annual report

Research by Adam J. Woods, Ph.D., associate director of UF’s Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory, and collaborators using artificial intelligence to personalize transcranial direct current stimulation (tDCS) was highlighted in the Society for Neuroscience’s 2021 annual report. The research team is investigating the use of tDCS paired with cognitive…

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…