Faculty Candidate Seminar: Jeff Boissoneault, Ph.D. – Pain and Alcohol: From Anecdote to Mechanism

Wednesday, June 27, 2018 12:00 – 1:00 PM ~ C1-4 Communicore Building   Jeff Boissoneault, PhD Research Assistant Professor University of Florida Department of Clinical & Health Psychology A substantial […]

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Doctoral student, Bonnie Scott, receives the 2018 Walter G. McMillen Memorial Award for Parkinson Disease Research from APA Division 20

This $1000 research award was based on Bonnie’s doctoral dissertation, which focuses on cortical and subcortical electrophysiological markers of apathy and impulse control disorders in Parkinson disease, both before and […]

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CHP Doctoral Student, Sara Voorhees, awarded University Women’s Club Scholarship

Sara Voorhees has been selected as one of five recipients of the University Women’s Club (UWC) Graduate Scholarship. The $1,000 scholarship is awarded to students completing their first year of […]

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McKnight Brain Research Foundation awards multi-site intervention grant to University of Florida and University of Arizona investigators

Dr. Bowers and her colleagues at UF (Dr. Adam Woods) and U. Arizona (Dr. Gene Alexander) will be piloting a novel, low cost intervention for improving cognition (memory, executive function) […]

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Intern Research Series: Gratitude Intervention / Diet Composition

Jun 4th, 2018

Effects of a randomized gratitude intervention on death-related fear of recurrence in breast cancer survivors   Diet Composition as a Candidate Mechanism Underlying the Depression-to-Obesity Association   (Friday Colloquium – June […]

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Education & Advocacy Series: Thinking Locally: How Community Politics & Policy Affect Mental Health and Healthcare

May 14th, 2018

Thinking Locally: How Community Politics & Policy Affect Mental Health and Healthcare (Friday Colloquium – May 18, 2018 ~ 12:00 PM ~ Communicore C1-3)

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CHP Alumnus and Post-Doc, Dr. Sarah Westen, selected as UF Health’s JDRF fellow

May 11th, 2018

Sarah Westen, Ph.D., has received one of five National Fellowship in Psychology Program awards for 2018-2019. Selected JDRF Fellows will receive specialized, multidisciplinary training to enhance research and clinical skills […]

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Intern Research Series: Verbal working memory / Neural variability

May 7th, 2018

Verbal working memory and hippocampal surface anatomy in high and low functioning schizophrenia   Using fNIRS to Determine Neural Variability During Locomotion in Older Adults   (Friday Colloquium – May 11, […]


2016 Alum, Jacob Jones, Ph.D., receives Division 40 Early Career Pilot Grant

Apr 26th, 2018

Dr. Jacob Jones, a 2016 CHP graduate, is the recipient of the Society for Clinical Neuropsychology (Division 40, APA) Early Career Pilot Award.  His project, entitled “The gut-brain axis in […]

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CHP Lab Presenting at International Anesthesia Research Society in Chicago

Apr 25th, 2018

An amazing team of talents from the CHP’s Neuropsychology and Structural NeuroImaging Laboratory, led by Principal Investigator, Dr. Catherine Price, with colleagues in anesthesiology are presenting at the International Anesthesia […]

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