Dr. Melissa Armstrong discusses thinking and memory challenges for Parkinson’s patients and research advances.
New research provides insight into how a variety of factors might be linked to the development of Parkinson’s disease.
Genetic and environmental factors in Parkinson’s converge on immune function and inflammation.
Five investigators earn grants for pilot studies focused on Lewy body dementia.
Eight investigators earn internal UF grants for dystonia research.
UF is collaborating on clinical trial testing if high-intensity treadmill exercise is effective in decreasing signs of Parkinson’s.
Dance for MS is a free, weekly dance class designed for people with MS and their caregivers and/or loved ones.
Join us as our T32 trainees and Movement Disorders neurology fellows present their research!
Trial drug combination shows potential to prolong survival of ALS patients by more than six months.
On Oct. 30 at 2pm, Dr. Melissa Armstrong will discuss Alzheimer's disease with a special focus on Lewy body dementia.