The goal of the BREATHE Center is to translate basic research discoveries to treat neuromuscular disorders that limit breathing. BREATHE brings together interdisciplinary researchers from throughout the University of Florida in a collaborative effort to advance the understanding and treatment of such neuromuscular disorders.
The goal of the BRRC is to develop and test treatments that will harness neuroplasticity, thus enabling substantial improvement or restoration of function in as many veterans as possible and as quickly as possible.
Brooks Rehabilitation Home Health serves patients across 23 counties in North Florida. Its services help promote, maintain and restore health while minimizing the effects of illness and disability.
The CAM’s mission is to conduct interdisciplinary clinical neuroscience and translational research on age-associated cognitive, behavioral and emotional functioning, factors that contribute to impairments and functional decline, and future avenues for intervention.
The Center for NeuroGenetics (CNG) integrates molecular, genetic and clinical approaches to define the causes of neurodegenerative disease and develops effective treatment strategies.
The CTRND is an innovative, multidisciplinary research center focused on the discovery, development and evaluation of future treatments and diagnostics for degenerative central nervous system conditions.
The mission of the CTSI is to improve human health by accelerating the translation of scientific discoveries and the implementation of evidence-based best practices for the diagnosis, treatment, prevention and cure of human disease.
The MBI houses the four “neuro” departments of the UF College of Medicine: neurology, neurosurgery, neuroscience and psychiatry. All four of these departments have major investments and research in the neurosciences and neuromedicine.
The Norman Fixel Institute for Neurological Diseases is home to UF scientists and clinicians working on neurological disorders, including Parkinson’s, dystonia and other movement disorders, Alzheimer’s disease and dementias, concussion, traumatic brain injury, and neuromuscular disorders like amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as ALS, or Lou Gehrig’s disease.
The UF Health Rehab Hospital is a 40-bed acute rehab hospital for patients who have suffered strokes, traumatic brain and spinal cord injuries, amputations, burns or major joint replacements.The hospital brings together a multi-disciplinary team of physicians specially trained in physical medicine and rehabilitation, therapists, nurses and other healthcare professionals.