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Sarah Westen

UF receives national fellowship award to improve psychological care for children with diabetes

Published: May 10th, 2018

Dr. Sarah Westen, a clinical psychology Ph.D. grad, will work with mentors to improve patients’ health behaviors and general mental health.

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Robinson named UF Research Foundation Professor

Published: Apr 17th, 2018

Dr. Michael Robinson, a professor in the department of clinical and health psychology, is one of 33 UF scientists recognized for a distinguished record of research.

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Quick action on concussion symptoms helps athletes recover faster

Published: Apr 5th, 2018

A UF team has found that when college athletes with sports-related concussions cease activities immediately after injury, they miss about three fewer days of competition.

Russell Bauer

Bauer receives Faculty Doctoral Mentoring Award

Published: Mar 15th, 2018

This is the second time Dr. Russell Bauer has received the UF Graduate School’s award for outstanding doctoral student mentoring.

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PHHP 2018 Superior Accomplishment Award winners named

Published: Feb 23rd, 2018

Truly Hardemon, Rebecca Harty, Amy Ladendorf, Lorie Martin and Dr. Catherine Price were named winners in the Health Science Center division.

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One in five older adults experience brain network weakening following knee replacement surgery

Published: Feb 6th, 2018

The UF team found that 23 percent of patients experienced a decline in at least one brain network.

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Study suggests maintenance period after weight loss is much shorter than hoped

Published: Jan 17th, 2018

Dr. Kathryn Ross found that participants in a weight loss program started regaining weight much sooner than expected.

$2 million grant to help researchers identify older adults at risk for cognitive changes after surgery

Published: Nov 15th, 2017

Dr. Catherine Price and Dr. Patrick Tighe are applying a novel twist to a well-known cognitive screening test.

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Concussions and CTE: More complicated than even the experts know

Published: Aug 1st, 2017

A study of the brains of deceased NFL players raised concerns once again about concussions. Writing for The Conversation, Dr. Russell Bauer and Dr. Michael Jaffee argue there is still a lot we don’t know.

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.