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Center Members Lead National Trial

Center member Drs. Katharina Busl, Carolina Maciel, and Brian Hoh, along with Dr. Cameron Smith, are leading a national trial to alleviate headache from subarachnoid hemorrhage.

BRAIN Building: Gunduz & Burgess

Help kick off Brain Awareness Week on Monday, March 6th at 12:00 pm in the DeWeese Auditorium (MBI LG-101A). Dr. Aysegul Gunduz, Associate Professor of Biomedical Engineering & Fixel Brain Mapping Professor, and Ava Burgess, Graduate Research Assistant in the Brain Mapping Laboratory, will discuss their experiences with traumatic brain…

Rus Bauer Receives Lifetime Service Award

Rus Bauer Center Steering Committee member, Russel Bauer, PhD, ABPP-CN, was recently awarded the International Neuropsychological Society’s Lifetime Service Award. Professor Emeritus in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, Dr. Bauer has acted as primary mentor for over 40 doctoral students over the course of his career and had…

Behind the Scenes with Kate Casey-Sawicki

As the assistant director of UF’s Breathing Research and Therapeutics (BREATHE) Center as well as UF’s Brain Injury, Rehabilitation, and Neuroresilience (BRAIN) Center, Kate Casey-Sawicki‘s duties are wide-ranging, including grant writing, marketing and communications, management of training grants, web design, event planning and general project management.

BRAIN Building: Williams & Abisambra

Join us via Zoom on Monday, Jan 9 at 12 pm for the first UF BRAIN Building of the year! Center Steering Committee members Dr. Lakiesha Williams and Dr. Joe Abisambra will discuss “Developing the Brain Injury Collaborative Network: Basic Sciences.” Anyone interested in building a collective infrastructure with the expertise to empower BRAIN Center members’…

Seed Fund Request

BRAIN Center Seed Fund Opportunity Do you have a research idea that requires a small kick start? Perhaps you need a piece of equipment to complete an essential study? Do you need funds to help facilitate a collaboration? Center members are welcome…