Despite needing to move to a telehealth format because of COVID-19 shutdowns, participants in this UF weight loss study lost a comparable amount of weight to in-person programs.
The team significantly improved processing speed for an AI study during a hackathon held last month.
AI, combined with MRI scans of the brain, may be able to predict whether people with early memory loss will go on to develop dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.
A member of the college faculty since 2003, Janicke has served the department as a professor, associate chair and doctoral graduate program director.
Given the known barriers to weight loss and weight maintenance in rural areas, this is good news for rural patients considering the surgery.
Using AI technology, UF researchers will determine precision dosing for a new treatment designed to prevent dementia in older adults.
The findings could help physicians identify who is at risk of developing severe COVID-19 so treatment can begin earlier.
The study explores whether computerized brain training exercises can reduce the risk of mild cognitive impairment and dementias such as Alzheimer’s disease in older adults.
The award is one of the university’s top honors for a junior faculty member.
A new study of non-Hispanic Black and non-Hispanic white adults links chronic knee pain and key demographic factors to differences in areas of the brain tied to memory.