Dr. Joseph Gullet Receives K23 Research Career Development Grant as Part of UF’s Artificial Intelligence Initiative

Joseph Gullett, PhDCongratulations to Clinical and Health Psychology’s Assistant Professor, Joe Gullett, PhD, who has received a five-year K23 research career development grant from the National Institute on Aging to support a new AI study. As part of UF’s artificial intelligence initiative, the study focuses on patients with a diagnosis of amnestic mild cognitive impairment and aims to shed light on which older adults at risk for Alzheimer’s disease may respond to cognitive training programs designed to boost thinking skills.

For more details, please visit this article posted by the College of Public Health and Health Professions: New Study Uses AI to Predict Who May Benefit from Cognitive Training to Stave Off Dementia