Brain Health Initiative Announces Relationship with UF’s Florida Survey Research Center

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The Brain Health Initiative (BHI) is pleased to announce that the Florida Survey Research Center (FSRC) at the University of Florida has been contracted to assist with the launch of the Brain Health Pilot study. BHI’s work with the FSRC represents one of many future opportunities to engage Florida-based expertise in the work of the BHI. FSRC will assist with study recruitment and community focus group moderation for the BHI Pilot study, launching this month. According to Dr. Michael Scicchitano, Director of the FSRC, the BHI’s work to better understand brain health and brain illness is critically important. He said FSRC welcomes the opportunity to help bring improved understanding about brain health to the Suncoast region and beyond. According to Dr. Erin Dunn, BHI Director of Research: “Our research team is so grateful to leverage the extensive skills and resources in the Florida community through its academic institutions, hospitals and health centers, community-based organizations, residents, and workforce. These collaborations are essential in making the mission of the BHI—to promote and protect brain health, optimize brain performance and fight brain illness across the lifespan—as successful as possible. Done right, we also see these partnerships as mutually beneficial, bidirectional opportunities to study and take action on brain health for all involved”.

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