Please join the UF BRAIN Center on Thursday, April 28 at 12:30 pm via Zoom for a BRAIN Building session with Dr. Cindy LaRoe and Mr. Ken LaRoe, JD (CEO of Climate First Bank), founders of The Art of Medicine Foundation. Following a cycling crash in 2011, Dr. LaRoe was diagnosed with a traumatic…
University of Florida neurologists Michael Jaffee, M.D., and Yulia Orlova, M.D., are featured in the April 2022 edition of Clinical Neurology Update, from The New England Journal of Medicine (NEJM) Group.
In a recent CBC Radio episode, Dr. Lucke-Wold discusses how diet, alcohol and tobacco can factor into recovery after a TBI.
After a two-year hiatus due to the COVID-19 pandemic, UF neuroscience students got back into classrooms at public schools across Alachua County during Brain Awareness Week, March 14 to 20.
BRAIN Steering Committee member and associate professor of Biomedical Engineering, Dr. Lakiesha Williams, recently received an Alzheimer’s Association grant for her work studying the disease. Under a $150,000 grant, her project will provide insights into the role of a genotype called apolipoprotein E, or APOE, in tau pathology related to…
Delays in obtaining an appointment with a neurologist is a documented problem in the health care industry. In response, a University of Florida department of neurology team implemented a pilot program to improve access to neurological care, creating an “access clinic” featuring a novel staffing model.
Neuromedicine and neuroscience research at the University of Florida ranked Top 5 among the nation’s public universities in the 2021 rankings of National Institutes of Health funding published by the Blue Ridge Institute for Medical Research, released Feb. 8.
A new study published in the journal Neurology analyzing Medicare claims of more than 37,000 patients with COVID-19 and acute ischemic stroke has important clinical implications, according to an accompanying editorial by Alexis Simpkins, M.D., Ph.D., MSCR, FAHA, a clinical assistant professor of neurology in the UF College…
The Brain Injury, Rehabilitation, and Neuroresilience (BRAIN) Center invites proposals supporting our mission to improve understanding of neuroresilience and neural injury and to develop new diagnostic and therapeutic strategies to treat acquired brain injuries.
Director Michael Jaffee weighs in on Cleveland Clinic study in Neurology Today review.