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CHP doctoral student wins another award for dissertation research

Published: November 2nd, 2017

Jacqueline Maye has won a dissertation research award for her mindfulness study.

(L-R) Michael Marsiske, Jackie Maye, Lindsay Rotblatt, Brad Taylor

Lab team kicks off the new academic year

Published: August 21st, 2017

Our lab enjoyed a leisurely kickoff to the 2017-2018 academic year.

Programs claim to help improve brain function

Published: July 12th, 2017

By Ciara Varone, Daily Sun Staff Writer Filling in a crossword puzzle, playing poker with friends or strumming a guitar won’t help sculpt muscle, but it may contribute to improved […]

CHP Faculty Members Receive UF Term Professorships

Published: June 28th, 2017

On June 16, over 100 faculty and staff joined Dr. Perri at the PHHP college-wide meeting to honor the 2016 and 2017 recipients of the UF Term Professorships. Congratulations to […]

ACT Study in Florida Physician

Published: June 28th, 2017

In a detailed story for the Florida Physician, the ACT (Augmenting Cognitive Training) Study, directed by Dr. Adam J. Woods, with Ron Cohen and Michael Marsiske, was featured.

Rotblatt receives ILR award

Published: April 23rd, 2017

Recently, we shared that Lindsay Rotblatt received the second place Institute for Learning in Retirement Levitt Award for Outstanding Research Presentation (tied with Talia Seider).

Our lab team marches for science

Published: April 23rd, 2017

As part of the national March for Science on April 22, 2017, many in the Department of Clinical and Health Psychology joined the Gainesville and National marches. 

CHP Doctoral Student receives NIH Fellowship

Published: April 21st, 2017

Jacqueline Maye received an NIH Kirschstein Individual Research Fellowship Jacqueline Maye, MS (Mentor: Michael Marsiske) has received funding for an NIH F31 Kirschstein Individual Research Fellowship award for her project […]

CHP students are winners of Levitt/ILR award

Published: March 20th, 2017

Augmenting Cognitive Training in Older Adults: The “ACT Study”

Published: September 30th, 2016

New study investigates investigates brain stimulation as a method of strengthening cognitive training effects in older adults.