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…
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…
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…
Steven T. DeKosky, M.D., deputy director of UF’s Evelyn F. and William L. McKnight Brain Institute, honored with the Henry Wisniewski Lifetime Achievement Award during the 2020 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference. The award recognizes significant contributions to Alzheimer’s disease and dementia research, either through a single scientific discovery or a body of work.
Philips MR Ingenia Elition 3T MRI scanner will enhance research efforts across the UF campus.
Check out the MBI’s spring e-newsletter, The Brainstorm, including COVID-19 news and resources, as well as some of our researchers’ most recent accomplishments in neuroscience and neuromedicine.
Renovations to the MBI’s ground floor provide investigators access to the most up-to-date state-of-the-art facilities.
Dr. Cara Croft awarded prestigious five-year fellowship supporting a collaborative UF-University College London project.
In a new eLife article, UF neuroscientists examine brain mechanisms involved with the ability to delay gratification in older and younger adults.
The vulnerability of particular brain regions in old age that are important for problem-solving and reasoning.