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Benefits of mental exercises for seniors persist 10 years after training

Published: Jan 13th, 2014

Older adults who received as few as 10 sessions of mental training show long-lasting improvements in reasoning and speed of processing skills 10 years after the intervention, according to UF Health researchers […]

Catherine Price, Ph.D. leads new research using brain imaging to evaluate patients with Parkinson’s

Published: Dec 9th, 2013

Rates of dementia among people with Parkinson’s disease are higher than the general population, with 25 to 40 percent of patients expected to eventually develop dementia. […]

Christy Karabetian, M.S., recognized as Outstanding International Student

Published: Nov 26th, 2013

Congratulations to Christy Karabetian, M.S., a third year graduate student in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology, for being selected as an Outstanding International Student in the College of […]

PHHP Recognizes Outstanding CHP Alumni

Published: Nov 13th, 2013

The College of Public Health and Health Professions honored its 2013 Outstanding Alumni at a ceremony November 9, held in conjunction with the college’s alumni reunion.

Larry Keen, PhD, chosen as Columbia University HISTP Fellow

Published: Nov 6th, 2013

Larry Keen II, Ph.D., is one of four early career researchers chosen from a nationwide search to be a Columbia University HIV Intervention Science Training Program (HISTP) fellow. HISTP is […]

Congratulations CHP Graduates!

Published: Aug 21st, 2013

Congratulations to the twelve CHP students who received their doctorate in Psychology at the Summer Commencement Ceremony held Friday, August 9, 2013.

Ronald Rozensky, PhD, ABPP, receives major awards at APA Convention

Published: Aug 16th, 2013

At the annual American Psychological Association Convention in Honolulu, Hawaii, Ronald H. Rozensky, PhD, ABPP, received two major awards. The first, the American Psychological Association’s Distinguished Career Contributions to Education […]

Visiting Scholar at the Center for the Study of Emotion and Attention

Published: Aug 12th, 2013

Maimu Rehbein, a visiting scholar at the Center for the Study of Emotion and Attention, has been at the University of Florida since January. During her time here, Maimu hopes to acquire a broader perspective and gain exposure to diverse methodologies that she will bring back to her university in Münster, Germany.

Jason Gravano, M.S., awarded NRSA Fellowship

Published: Apr 5th, 2013

Jason Gravano is a third year graduate student in CHP, studying neuropsychology under the mentorship of Dr. William Perlstein.  Jason’s National Research Service Award (NRSA) project proposal entitled “Dissociating mTBI […]

UF launches healthy lifestyle program for kids in rural North Florida

Published: Feb 23rd, 2013

This spring, researchers at the University of Florida will begin a study examining the effectiveness of a new healthy lifestyle program for children and parents who live in Flagler, Putnam and Suwannee counties.