Researchers estimate that shortening time spent on higher-risk drills by 15 minutes could help players avoid about 1,000 head impacts during their college careers.
Liselotte de Wit has received a grant from the Alzheimer Nederland Foundation to investigate the implications of implicit memory for memory compensation training.
Dr. Catherine Price and colleagues are offering a new service that assesses the brain functions of older adult patients before surgery. Illustration by Dr. Jared Tanner.
Dr. Sarah Westen, a clinical psychology Ph.D. grad, will work with mentors to improve patients’ health behaviors and general mental health.
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.
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.
This is the second time Dr. Russell Bauer has received the UF Graduate School's award for outstanding doctoral student mentoring.
Truly Hardemon, Rebecca Harty, Amy Ladendorf, Lorie Martin and Dr. Catherine Price were named winners in the Health Science Center division.
The UF team found that 23 percent of patients experienced a decline in at least one brain network.
Dr. Kathryn Ross found that participants in a weight loss program started regaining weight much sooner than expected.