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Helpful habits

Published: May 16th, 2017

The HABIT program, developed by Dr. Glenn Smith, is helping people with mild cognitive impairment maximize their cognitive function.

Fedele receives UF Excellence Award for Assistant Professors

Published: Apr 25th, 2017

Dr. David Fedele is a 2017 recipient of the Excellence Award for Assistant Professors, presented by UF’s Provost’s Office.

PHHP graduates named 2017 UF outstanding young alumni

Published: Apr 11th, 2017

The UF Alumni Association honored Dr. Mary Brinkmeyer and Dr. Arun Jayaraman at a ceremony held April 8.

Mobile health apps show promise for improving health outcomes

Published: Mar 20th, 2017

Research led by Dr. David Fedele suggests that mobile health, or mHealth programs, may make a difference in promoting healthy behaviors.

PHHP 2017 Superior Accomplishment Award winners named

Published: Feb 28th, 2017

Glenn Ashkanazi, Vera Hemphill, Margaret Odom Renner and Caronne Rush have been named winners in the Health Science Center division.

Starting Ahead, Staying Ahead

Published: Feb 16th, 2017

UF’s Early Childhood Summit brought together more than 100 scholars, policy makers, advocates, philanthropists and practitioners to create actionable ideas to improve children’s early years.

Can we delay or prevent dementia?

Published: Jan 13th, 2017

Dr. Adam Woods leads a multi-university clinical trial that investigates whether pairing non-invasive electrical brain stimulation with cognitive training may slow or prevent the onset of dementia.

Researchers to study interaction of sleep, eating, activity in children

Published: Sep 26th, 2016

Department of clinical and health psychology researchers have launched a study examining how sleep, eating and physical activity patterns interact in children ages 6 to 9.

A four-pronged approach

Published: Aug 9th, 2016

Four UF Health researchers, including PHHP’s Dr. Dawn Bowers and Dr. Linda Cottler, have been awarded grants to tackle Alzheimer’s disease.

Hungry parents may feed their kids more

Published: Jul 12th, 2016

In a pilot study Sarah Stromberg and Dr. David Janicke found the hungrier parents are at mealtimes, the more they may feed their young children.