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College of Medicine
Department of Neuroscience
Golde is an internationally known expert in the scientific understanding of Alzheimer’s disease and a world-class translational scientist committed to promoting collaborative neuroscience among an expanding base of research programs under the umbrella of UF’s McKnight Brain Institute. Golde came to UF from the Mayo Clinic in Jacksonville, where he oversaw an extramural grant portfolio that exceeded $10 million a year. An investigator into the study of Alzheimer’s disease for nearly three decades, Golde has published more than 200 papers that have been cited more than 25,000 times. He is a member of the medical and scientific advisory board for the Alzheimer’s Association and the BrightFocus Foundation and serves on several state advisory boards related to Alzheimer’s disease.