Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair News
- 5/24 USF researchers find far-reaching, microvascular damage in uninjured side of brain after stroke
- 1/4 USF-VA study finds long-term consequences for traumatic brain injury sufferers
- 11/29 Five USF Health researchers elected 2012 AAAS Fellows
- 2/3 USF and Saneron find additional benefits of cord blood cells in mice modeling ALS
- 1/31 USF awarded $1.57 M to study TBI, other battlefield-related conditions
- 9/16 USF Health faculty receive inaugural Veterans Reintegration Research Awards
- 8/11 USF researchers get $2.6 million NIH grant to investigate new post-stroke therapy
- 5/13 PHYSICIAN SPOTLIGHT: Paula C. Bickford, PhD
- 3/8 USF study finds blood-brain barrier damaged by devastating disease
- 2/10 Naturally-occurring brain chemical may help in understanding Parkinson's disease
- 2/1 Human placenta-derived stem cells show therapeutic potential in mouse models of stroke
- 1/26 Stimulating brain's immune response may provide treatment for Alzheimer's disease
- 12/21 USF scientists test blue-green algae for treating ALS
- 12/14 USF Brain repair researchers prominent in Agin and Disease special issue
- 10/5 USF, Saneron get $2.6M NIH grant to develop umbilical cord blood cell therapy for AD
- 9/30 USF, Cryo-Cell and Saneron collaborate on Florida-funded biotech project
- 9/20 Emerging biotechnologies need independent ethics consortium
- 9/15 Are maternal infections linked to autism?
- 8/17 Are there too many stem cell journals?
- 8/9 Boosting SIRT1 in mice does not improve memory, but if gene is missing memory suffers
- 7/19 NT-020 boosts neural stem cell proliferation and memory performance in aged rats
- 7/8 New USF patent on technology that helps get treatment past the blood-brain barrier
- 6/28 Paula C. Bickford, PhD, professor of neurosurgery and pharmacology, elected ASNTR president for 2011-2012.
- 6/22 USF-based cell transplantation journal gets high marks
- 6/1 Mannitol boosts effectiveness of cord blood treatment
- 5/24 Do we clamp the umbilical cord too soon?