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Epilepsy Awareness Month & Go Purple Day!

This month, ICAP will be working with the UF Comprehensive Epilepsy program to recognize Epilepsy Awareness Month! All month long, we will be selling t-shirts, raising awareness for Epilepsy and Seizure First Aid, as well as hosing a “Go Purple Day” on November 13th. “Go Purple…

The oblique effect: The relationship between profiles of visuospatial preference, cognition, and brain connectomics in older adults

Congratulations Dr. Kenneth Heilman on the publication of “The oblique effect: The relationship between profiles of visuospatial preference, cognition, and brain connectomics in older adults,” in the October issue of Neuropsychologia.   Abstract The oblique effect (OE) describes the visuospatial advantage for identifying stimuli oriented horizontally or vertically rather than…

Neurology Grand Rounds

This Week’s Grand rounds topic “Navigating an Academic Career” presented by Steven DeKosky, MD…

UF College of Medicine Research Poster Session – Save the Date!

Poster Session & Reception Tuesday, February 25, 2020 5:30 pm – 8:30 pm Stephen C. O’Connell Center Our annual research poster session is a wonderful opportunity for us to reflect on the strength of our research programs and appreciate the breadth, quality, and merit of the science conducted within the…

Congratulations to our Newly Endowed Professors!

On behalf of the Department of Neurology, congratulations to Drs. Tirisham Gyang, Giridhar Kalamangalam, and Matthew Farrer for receiving endowed professorships at the University of Florida.  The department is incredibly fortunate to have such esteemed faculty and will continue to reach greater heights! Dr. Tirisham Gyang receiving her Endowment…

Congratulations Chris Robinson 2020 Exemplary Teacher Award Winner

Please join us in congratulating our neurology faculty member Chris Robinson!  Dr. Robinson is a winner of 2020 College of Medicine Exemplary Teacher awards! Dr. Robinson has shown a commitment to the education of medical students, residents, and fellows, both informally during teaching rounds and also in his individuals accomplishments!…