UF neuropsychology doctoral student receives prestigious award for Parkinson research

Published: July 25th, 2012

By: Charles Jacobson

Category: news

Jenna Dietz, M.S., a 5th year graduate student in neuropsychology, was awarded the 2012 Walter G. McMillen Memorial Award for Parkinson Disease Research by the American Psychological Association. This award is intended to stimulate the interest of students in Parkinson disease research.

Jenna received a plaque as well as a $1000 cash award which will help to offset the direct expenses of her doctoral dissertation work. She joins 3 other exceptional UF neuropsychology students who previously received this honor from the APA. Congratulations!

Read more about her research work.

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