Our mission

To better understand physiological challenges to respiratory motor control and to translate our knowledge into strategies of respiratory rehabilitation.

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our mission & goals

BREATHE Basics

The only center of its kind in the US, the UF BREATHE Center unites basic and clinician scientists across the university and beyond.

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dedicated members

Meet Our Team

The UF BREATHE Center houses outstanding interdisciplinary researchers who are working to advance our understanding and treatment of neuromuscular disorders that compromise breathing.

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areas of expertise

Research

The UF BREATHE Center has 6 cores that represent the breadth of preclinical and clinical respiratory research. These include airway defense, basic breathing research, neurological disorders, neurotechnology, neurotherapeutics, and spinal cord injury.

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educating the next generation

BREATHE Training Program

The UF BREATHE Center is the administrative home of the BREATHE Training Program, an NHLBI-funded predoctoral and postdoctoral training opportunity.

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in the spotlight

Neuroscience Seminar Series – Dr. Gordon Mitchell

As part of the Department of Neuroscience and McKnight Brain Institute Joint Seminar Series, Dr. Gordon Mitchell presented “Intermittent hypoxia and…

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BREATHE T32 Alumni Present at World Dysphagia…

Dr. Lauren Tabor-Gray and Dr. Alicia Vose BREATHE T32 alumni Alicia Vose, PhD and Lauren Tabor-Gray, PhD presented their research at the 2021…

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Congratulations on Graduating, Dr. Gerard…

Gerard Robinson, a former BREATHE T32 Training Program trainee, recently graduated with his PhD in Exercise Physiology. He is currently a postdoc in…

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Center-sponsored events

Acquired Brain & Spinal Cord Injury Virtual…

We hope you will join us at this upcoming virtual retreat on September 17th from 9am-12pm EST. Co-hosted by the BREATHE & BRAIN Centers, the Acquired…

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CoBAD: Kumar & McMullan

This round of the Control of Breathing and Airway Defense (CoBAD) Seminar Series drew to a close on Friday, September 10th at 3:00 pm ET. The final…

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CoBAD: Bishop & Hodson

The Control of Breathing and Airway Defense (CoBAD) International Online Seminar Series featured Tammie Bishop, PhD & Emma Hodson, PhD on Friday…

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