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NeuroNines: Marciante & Ducharme

Thursday, June 13, at 9 am, the NMPT and BREATHE Training Programs will host NeuroNines featuring BREATHE T32 postdoc Dr. Alex Marciante (mentor: Gordon Mitchell) and postdoc, Dr. Jeremy Ducharme (mentor: Andrew Judge). Join us live in Communicore C1-007 or via Zoom by registering at:

NeuroNines: Butenas & Schonk

Thursday, May 23, at 9 am, the NMPT and BREATHE Training Programs hosted the first NeuroNines session of the season and featured BREATHE postdoc Dr. Alec Butenas (mentor: Gordon Mitchell) & PhD student Martin Schonk (mentor: Andrew Judge).

BREATHE at APS Summit 2024

BREATHE members and trainees were in full force at the American Physiological Society Summit in Long Beach, CA. Beyond presenting 20 posters and 6 oral presentations, BREATHE helped sponsor the Control of Breathing Mixer: Hot Topics in Respiratory Control and organized the Marilyn Menker Trainee Highlights Breakfast, which was led…

19th Annual Neuromuscular Plasticity Symposium

Hosted by the Department of Physical Therapy in collaboration with the BREATHE and Neuromuscular Plasticity NIH-funded T32 Training Programs, the 19th annual Neuromuscular Plasticity Training Symposium was held on March 21-22. The symposium gives predoctoral and postdoctoral trainees the chance to highlight their cutting-edge research through data blitz and poster…

MBI Celebrates 25 Years

The McKnight Brain Institute marked its 25th anniversary with a full-day symposium on February 2, 2024. The event included a brief presentation from Director, Dr. Jen Bizon, about the institute’s history; a keynote lecture from Dr. Adam Gazzaley from the University of California, San Francisco; and a panel of rising…

Gordon Mitchell named to UF Foundation Term Professorship

The University of Florida Foundation has awarded BREATHE Center Director, Dr. Gordon Mitchell, one of two UF Foundation Term Professorships for 2023-24. The three-year professorship, which comes with a $25,000 award, is presented in support of the university’s preeminence goals to further advance faculty research efforts.