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USF Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair Collaborative Research Poster Wins at Oktoberfest!
November 18, 2014

USF Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair Collaboration Wins at Oktoberfest! Crupa Kurien and Josean Cruz are the winners of best poster presentation in the Science, Medicine, and Society category. Crupa and Josean are both senior undergraduate students affiliated with the USF Cell Biology, Microbiology and Molecular Biology (CMMB) department.

PUBLICATION UPDATES: New research articles from CEABR scientists
October 23, 2014

Scientists at the University of South Florida’s Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair and collaborators continue to advance our understanding of brain disease mechanisms and new therapeutic agents and strategies for treating these diseases.

USF Health Neuroscientist, Cesar Borlongan, was re-elected as Vice President of the International Placenta Stem Cell Society
September 18, 2014

USF Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair Director, Dr. Cesar Borlongan, has been re-elected as Vice President of the International Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS) for a term of four years. Established in 2009 by a multi-national group of scientists, IPLASS is an international scientific organization open to scientists who are working in the field of placenta-derived stem cells. […]

Dr. Cesar Borlongan to chair the 3rd annual International Placenta Stem Cell Society Meeting
August 28, 2014

USF Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair Director, Dr. Cesar Borlongan, will be traveling to Granada, Spain to chair the International Placenta Stem Cell Society (IPLASS) meeting.

USF neuroscientist featured in Family Circle magazine
August 13, 2014

Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair neuroscientist, Dr. Paula Bickford, is featured in an article in Family Circle magazine. The article is part of a monthlong wellness challenge by Rachel Peachman. Dr. Bickford was interviewed about her ongoing research related to the health benefits of blueberries.

US patent issued for the treatment of ALS with cord blood cells
August 1, 2014

Center of Excellence for Aging and Brain Repair scientists have been awarded a United States patent for their pioneering discoveries related to the treatment of ALS with umbilical cord blood cells.

Therapeutic potential of adipose-derived stem cells for traumatic brain injury
December 17, 2013

Intravenous transplants of human adipose-derived stem cell protect the brain from TBI-induced neurodegeneration and motor and cognitive impairments: Cell graft bio-distribution and soluble factors in young and aged rats” will appear in the Journal of Neuroscience.

USF researchers “reinvent” lithium therapeutics to improve safety and efficacy
November 20, 2013

A multi-disciplinary team of researchers at the University of South Florida are improving the safety and efficacy of one of the oldest psychiatric drugs in existence. Lithium therapy is still in use today for the treatment of bipolar disorder and other off label uses. Although it is a highly effective medication that is unmatched by any alternatives, patient compliance and adverse events remain problematic.

Stem cells help repair traumatic brain injury by building a “biobridge”
October 2, 2013

University of South Florida researchers have suggested a new view of how stem cells may help repair the brain following trauma. In a series of preclinical experiments, they report that transplanted cells appear to build a “biobridge” that links an uninjured brain site where new neural stem cells are born with the damaged region of the brain.

USF researchers find far-reaching, mirovascular damage in uninjured side of brain after stroke
May 24, 2013

While the effects of acute stroke have been widely studied, brain damage during the subacute phase of stroke has been a neglected area of research. Now, a new study by the University of South Florida reports that within a week of a stroke caused by a blood clot in one side of the brain, the opposite side of the brain […]

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