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Kim Hawkins and Regina Martuscello win at Florida Statewide Graduate Student Research Symposium

Congratulations to Neuroscience graduate students Kim Hawkins from Dr. Eduardo Candelario-Jalil’s lab, and Regina Martuscello from Dr. Brent Reynolds lab for winning first and second place respectively in the Life […]

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Welcome to the Neuroscience Concentration!

Please join us in welcoming the following first year students who will be joining labs in the Neuroscience Concentration!

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Dr. Leonid Moroz & colleagues publish in June 23, 2015 Journal of Comparative Neurology

Development of Neuromuscular Organization in the ctenophore Pleurobrachia bachei. Norekian TP, Moroz LL. J Comp Neurol 2015. Abstract: The phylogenetic position of the phylum Ctenophora and the nature of their […]

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Dr. Tom Foster & colleagues publish in June 17, 2015 Brain, Behavior & Immunity

Some hormone, cytokine and chemokine levels that change across lifespan vary by cognitive status in male Fischer 344 rats. Scheinert RB, Asokan A, Rani A, Kumar A, Foster TC, Ormerod […]

Moroz & Colleagues

Dr. Leonid Moroz & colleagues publish in June 18, 2015 Integrative & Comparative Biology

Parallel Evolution and Lineage-Specific Expansion of RNA Editing in Ctenophores. Kohn AB, Sanford RS, Yoshida MA, Moroz LL. Integr Comp Biol 2015. Abstract: RNA editing is a process of targeted […]

Janus Chris

Dr. Chris Janus & colleagues publish in May 21, 2015 Neurobiology of Aging

Behavioral abnormalities in APP/PS1dE9 mouse model of AD-like pathology: comparative analysis across multiple behavioral domains. Janus C, Flores AY, Xu G, Borchelt DR. Neurobiol Aging 2015. Abstract: Alzheimer’s disease (AD) […]

McQuail, Joseph

Dr. Joseph McQuail & colleagues publish in June 9, 2015 Trends in Molecular Medicine

Molecular aspects of age-related cognitive decline: the role of GABA signaling. McQuail JA, Frazier CJ, Bizon JL. Trends Mol Med 2015. Abstract: Alterations in inhibitory interneurons contribute to cognitive deficits […]

Dr. Choong Lee, Blackband lab & colleagues publish in June 2015 Scientific Reports

Investigation of the subcellular architecture of L7 neurons of Aplysia californica using magnetic resonance microscopy (MRM) at 7.8 microns. Lee CH, Flint JJ, Hansen B, Blackband SJ. Sci Rep 2015; […]


Graduate Student, Brittany Butler & colleagues publish in June 5, 2015 Journal of Biological Chemistry

Dopamine Transporter Activity Is Modulated by alpha-synuclein. Butler B, Goodwin S, Saha K, Becker J, Sambo D, Davari P, Khoshbouei H. J Biol Chem 2015. Abstract: The duration and strength […]

Ran, Yong

Dr. Yong Ran & Colleagues publish in June 5, 2015 PLoS One journal

Differential Inhibition of Signal Peptide Peptidase Family Members by Established gamma-Secretase Inhibitors. Ran Y, Ladd GZ, Ceballos-Diaz C, Jung JI, Greenbaum D, Felsenstein KM, Golde TE. PLoS One 2015; 10(6):e0128619. […]

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Dr. David Borchelt & colleagues publish in May 28, 2015 Analytical Chemistry

Characterization of Protein Structural Changes in Living Cells Using Time-Lapsed FTIR Imaging. Gelfand P, Smith RJ, Stavitski E, Borchelt DR, Miller LM. Anal Chem 2015. Abstract: Fourier-transform infrared (FTIR) spectroscopic […]

Xu Guilian

Dr. Guilian Xu & colleagues publish in May 2015 Journal of Neurochemistry

Substantially elevating the levels of alphaB-crystallin in spinal motor neurons of mutant SOD1 mice does not significantly delay paralysis or attenuate mutant protein aggregation. Xu G, Fromholt S, Ayers JI, […]

Neuromedicine Summer Seminar Series Schedule

2015 Neuromedicine Summer Calendar FINAL

Brain Power

Home-schooled students from Alachua County in kindergarten through eighth grade visit the McKnight Brain Institute.

Home-schooled students from Alachua County in kindergarten through eighth grade visit the McKnight Brain Institute.

Kids expand their minds by learning about brains

Kids expand their mindsHome school student Rhianna Brown, 13, holds up a hippocampus she dissected from a sheep's brain during a field trip to the McKnight Brain Institute at the University of Florida Wednesday, March 18, 2015. At right are home school students Justice Wilburn, 12, and Caleb Tumbleson, 13.

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