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