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TAA YOUNG INVESTIGATOR AWARD

The Tourette Association of America aims to encourage early career researchers to invest their efforts and expertise in increasing the biological understanding of Tourette Syndrome, pursuing clinical research aimed at improving patient care, and developing and testing new therapies. To this end, the TAA is offering Young Investigator Awards in…

CLINICAL RESEARCH TRAINING SCHOLARSHIP IN TOURETTE SYNDROME

The Tourette Association of America is committed to making a difference in the lives of patients by supporting cutting edge clinical research and encouraging the next generation of Tourette researchers which is why we’ve partnered with the American Academy of Neurology/American Brain Foundation to support a 2020 Clinical Research Training…

For women, Tourette’s syndrome means added burdens

“If you’re not looking for tics and you miss them, you’re also not looking for OCD to occur,” said Carol Mathews, director of the University of Florida’s Center for OCD, Anxiety and Related Disorders. “You’re not looking for anxiety. You’re not looking for mood disorders. And those are things that…

Lisa Curry-Pochy Awarded Pilot Grant

Congratulations, Lisa Curry-Pochy, Research Assistant in Dr. Mark Lewis’ lab, has been chosen as the recipient of the research pilot grant for April 2019. COARD, with support from the Brooke Professorship and the McKnight Brain Institute at UF, is delighted to award this grant to help forward her research.

Morgan Browning Chosen For Outstanding 4-Year Scholar Award

Congratulations, Morgan Browning, Research Assistant in Dr. Joseph McNamara’s Fear Lab, has been chosen as the recipient of the Outstanding 4-Year Scholar Award for the Spring of 2018! Each semester, The UF Alumni Association and UF Honors Program select candidates for the Scholars Awards. Recipients are…

Travel Stipend Awarded

COARD awards travel stipend to Psychiatry Resident, Jaison Nainaparampil, MD. He will be presenting the “Inside OCD: I Am Not My Illness” session, at the American Psychiatric Association Conference in San Francisco, CA May 18-22, 2019.

Eileen Fennell Graduate Student Teaching Award

The 2018 Eileen Fennell Graduate Student Teaching Award for Excellence in Teaching was presented to Danielle Cooke. Danielle has taught eight different classes, with over 1,000 students over the past three years. She has also guest lectured for courses on Eating Disorders and Anxiety Spectrum Disorders. Danielle’s…