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Origins of Opioid Crisis More Complex Than Stated

Congratulations to Dr Nadeau on the publication of “Origins of Opioid Crisis More Complex Than Stated,” which was published in the recent issue of Pain Medicine News.   Excerpt: In a recent episode of Pain Medicine News’ ON PAIN video series, Matthew Ellis, PhD, MPE, appears to be suggesting that the availability…

Congratulations Michael Guldin!

Michael Guldin, a Summer Neuroscience Internship Program (SNIP) student from the Center for Translational Research in Neurodegenerative Disease (CTRND) won first place in cellular/molecular neuroscience for his oral presentation on his summer project! Kudos to Michael Guldin;…

UF surpasses $1 billion in annual research spending for the first time

In a recent op-ed published in the Tampa Bay Times, UF Vice President for Research David Norton, Ph.D., discussed UF’s milestone of surpassing $1 billion in annual research spending for the first time, placing UF in the company of about 15 public universities in the U.S. that have…

Gainesville Walk to End Alzheimer’s

The Alzheimer’s Association is planning another great event in Gainesville and they would love for you to be a part of it! Funds raised by our Walk events allow us to move our mission  forward in the local community. Can we count on you this year? You can register for the…

Advances in Treatments of Essential Tremor

Congratulations to Drs. Michael Okun and Joshua Wong on the publication of “Advances in Treatments of Essential Tremor,” in International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society. Essential tremor (ET) is one of the most common movement disorders worldwide. According to the International Parkinson and Movement Disorder Society Task Force on Tremor, ET…

Deep brain stimulation for obsessive–compulsive disorder: a crisis of access

Congratulations Drs. Foote and Okun on the publication of “Deep brain stimulation for obsessive–compulsive disorder: a crisis of access,” in the July 15th issue of Nature Medicine. Deep brain stimulation is an effective treatment for obsessive–compulsive disorder but is rarely used. Action is needed by psychologists, psychiatrists and insurers so…