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BRAIN Building Returns: Brooks Rehabilitation

Join us on February 24 from 12-1 pm for the first BRAIN Building of Spring 2022. Dr. Kenneth Ngo, Medical Director of the Brain Injury Program at Brooks Rehabilitation, will moderate a discussion between Dr. Emily Fox (UF & Brooks), Dr. Trevor Paris (Brooks), and Dr. Dorian Rose (UF &…

BRAIN Building: Clinical & Preclinical Perspectives on Stroke

Join the UF Brain Injury, Rehabilitation, & Neuroresilience Center for a new BRAIN Building seminar on Thursday, Dec. 9 at 10 am via Zoom. Dr. Anna Y. Khanna, Assistant Professor of Neurology and Stroke Medical Director, and Dr. Eduardo Candelario-Jalil, Associate Professor of Neuroscience and Co-Coordinator of the Neuroscience Graduate…

BRAIN Building: Spinal Cord Ischemia & Oxygen Therapy

On Oct. 21, 2021, BRAIN co-hosted a new session of BRAIN Building with the Breathing Research and Therapeutics (BREATHE) Center. Dr. Bruce Spiess, Professor of Anesthesiology and Associate Chair of Research, and Dr. Prodip Bose, Associate Professor of Anesthesiology and Associate Director of the…

BRAIN Building: PM&R Launch

On August 12, 2021, the UF Brain Injury, Rehabilitation, and Neuroresilience Center and the Breathing Research and Therapeutics Center co-hosted a special BRAIN Building event featuring Dr. Heather Vincent, Director of the UF Health Sports Performance Center, and Dr. Kevin Vincent, founding…

BRAIN Building: Head Impact Technology

On July 26, 2021, the BRAIN Center hosted the return of BRAIN Building with Dr. Lakiesha Williams, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering & Director of the Tissue Mechanics, Microstructure, & Modeling Lab, and Dr. Jay Clugston, Associate Professor of Community Health and Family Medicine, Team Physician, & Director…

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Patient & Caregiver Perspectives The LaRoe Family On April 28, 2022, Dr. Cindy LaRoe and Mr. Kenneth LaRoe shared their experience of living with TBI and how they help others to…

BRAIN Building

The BRAIN Building seminar series is focused on developing and illustrating collaborations within the neuro community at UF. It pairs researchers and clinicians to give preclinical and clinical perspectives on various topics regarding brain injury and neuroresilience as well as invites groups to give an overview of their…