The Shewhart Medal is considered the most prestigious award for individuals working in quality-related theory, methods and practice.
For many participants with Becker Muscular Dystrophy, this was the first time they were able to meet someone else with the disease in person.
The event included a panel of national experts discussing mental health issues in occupational therapy practice and research.
The team is the first in the U.S. to test a new non-invasive device that may improve brain structure and function.
While chronic inflammation and poverty are each known to increase mortality risk, when combined, the two factors appear to have a synergistic effect.
Benjamin Anderson, Ph.D., warns that pets can be at risk of catching diseases from their owners.
The award supports Ph.D. student Daniel Acosta's dissertation research in Senegal.
New research led by Dr. Susan Nittrouer, shows chronic ear infections can result in deficits in language development and auditory processing among children.
The latest edition of UF Explore magazine highlights three researchers, including PHHP's Aliyah Snyder, innovating treatments for brain-related injuries or disease.
Deidre B. Pereira, Ph.D., an associate professor of clinical and health psychology co-led a study of patients with primary brain tumors through her work at the McKnight Brain Institute.