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Your grip strength is what researchers at the University of Florida studied, using national data from nearly 2,000 people, who might be missed when screening for diabetes and hypertension.
Congratulations to Dr. Christy Carter and Alecia Monteiro (Instructional Designer) for receiving the Online Education Excellence Award in the Graduate Courses category for GMS6483 (Theories of Aging)!
The first student has completed the online Graduate Certificate Program in Aging and Geriatric Practice.
Pallavi Sood is our first student to graduate from the Department’s certificate program in Aging and Geriatric Practice. Ms. Sood is a third year doctoral student in Rehabilitation Science at […]
Older adults experience greater clinical pain than younger cohorts and aging is associated with significant changes to our brain. This 5-year study will provide the initial steps for identifying changes […]
Dr. Ronald Cohen Appointed as Evelyn F. McKnight Chair for Clinical Translational Research in Cognitive Aging and Memory
UF researcher named the inaugural Evelyn F. McKnight chair in the Institute on Aging The Evelyn F. and William L. McKnight Brain Institute of the University of Florida and the […]
Patients seek care in the emergency department for immediate relief of pain or other symptoms. Emergency physicians are trained to provide care that focuses on disease-directed treatment of acute illnesses… […]