Woods lab receives National Institute on Aging U01 grant to study the impact of cognitive training

Published: October 12th, 2018

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The Woods Lab in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology and Center for Cognitive Aging and Memory in the McKnight Brain Institute received a new National Institute on Aging U01 grant to study the impact of cognitive training on functional abilities in patients with mild cognitive impairment. This study is a multisite pilot clinical trials between the University of South Florida (PI: Jerri Edwards), University of Florida (site PI: Adam J. Woods), and University of California of San Francisco (site PI: Joel Kramer). Drs. Adam Woods, Glenn Smith, Sam Wu, and Steve DeKosky will represent the University of Florida in this project, where UF will oversee cross-site multimodal neuroimaging, data management across sites, and participant recruitment and intervention in the Gainesville Florida area.