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New funding opportunities through McKnight Brain Institute

The MBI Outreach and Education Committee is pleased to announce a new round of funding to support neuroscience research at UF. There are funding opportunities open to undergraduate and graduate students, post-doctoral and clinical fellows and faculty members, across all Departments and Colleges of the UF community, as long as…

Study reveals that many psychiatric disorders arise from common genes

Many distinct psychiatric diseases share a common genetic structure, according to new research by the Psychiatric Genomics Consortium, an international team of investigators that includes scientists at the University of Florida led by Carol Mathews, M.D., director of UF’s Center for OCD, Anxiety & Related…

COARD Pilot Grants

The Center for OCD, Anxiety and Related Disorders (COARD), with support from the Brooke Professorship and the McKnight Brain Institute at UF, offers funding for pilot projects for trainees and junior faculty who are members of COARD and participating laboratories. Up to $25,000 per proposal is available.  The aim…

COARD Pilot Grants

The Center for OCD, Anxiety and Related Disorders (COARD), with support from the Brooke Professorship and the McKnight Brain Institute at UF, offers funding for pilot projects for trainees and junior faculty who are members of COARD and participating laboratories. Up to $25,000 per proposal is available.  The aim…

Mini ERP Boot Camp

The UF Department of Psychiatry is holding a Mini ERP Boot Camp with Dr. Emily Kappenman from the University of California San Diego This three-day boot camp will review everything from the basics of EEG/ERP all the way through experimental design and pitfalls, concluding with a day of hands…

Local Tourette supporters featured on BuzzFeed

A group led by Heather Simpson, O.T.D., M.O.T., OTR/L, Southeast Regional Tourette Association of America Centers of Excellence coordinator, recently painted Gainesville’s 34th Street Graffiti Wall in support of Tourette Awareness Month.