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Michael Ryan Simonovich

Alappattu and Gonzalez-Rothi Promoted

Congratulations to Dr. Meryl Alappattu & Dr. Elisa Gonzalez-Rothi, Gator alums who were both promoted to Research Associate Professor. Way to go, Meryl and Elisa!…

NeuroNines: Poole & Adegbemigun

Please join us for our next Neuromuscular Plasticity Nines Seminar on Thursday June 20th! Doctoral Student Brittney Poole will be presenting “CTGF Neutralization Attenuates Fibrotic Skeletal Muscle Remodeling in a Model of Pancreatic Cancer” and Doctoral Student Oluwafemi Adegbemigun will be presenting “Assessing Post-Stroke Stability through the Lens of…

APTA Awards for PT Faculty

We are delighted to announce that UF PT Faculty will be receiving the following APTA awards this summer! Dorian Rose – Catherine Worthingham Fellow of the APTA Joel Bialosky – Dorothy Baethke-Eleanor J. Carlin Award for Excellence in Academic Teaching Claudia Senesac – Humanitarian…

NeuroNines: Marciante & Ducharme

Please join us for our next Neuromuscular Plasticity Nines Seminar on Thursday June 13th! Postdoctoral Fellow Alexandria Marciante will be presenting “Genetic and Time-of-Day Influence on Respiratory Plasticity” and Postdoctoral Fellow Jeremy Ducharme will be presenting “Pancreatic Cancer and the Skeletal Muscle Molecular Clock”. We will meet at Communicore…

EACN Pickleball Tournament

The Equal Access Clinic Network (EACN) is excited to invite you to our upcoming fundraiser pickleball tournament! Here are the details: Event: EACN Pickleball TournamentDate: Saturday, June 8thTime: 9:00 AMLocation: Flavet Field Pickleball Courts If you’re interested in participating, please fill out the registration form using the…

NeuroNines: Khan & Buzzanca

Please join us for our next Neuromuscular Plasticity Nines Seminar on Thursday May 6th! Doctoral Student Marjan Khan will be presenting “Bone Biomarkers in Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy” and Doctoral Student Katie Buzzanca will be presenting “Psychological Factors from the Fear Avoidance Model and Beyond as Predictors of Persisting Symptoms…