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The University of Texas at Dallas School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences

LECTURE SERIES

 

BBS Colloquium Series

No RSVP is required.

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BBS Colloquium Series Archive

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BrainHealth Presents

DATE SPEAKER TITLE SPONSOR
Jun 16, 2022
Virtual Event
Ayesha Sherzai, MD and Dean Sherzai, MD
Loma Linda University
Lifestyle Medicine for Alzheimer’s Prevention  
Aug 18
Virtual Event
Selena Bartlett, PhD
Queensland University of Technology
How to Have a Thriving Mind  
Sep 29
Hybrid Event
Matt Walker, PhD
University of California, Berkeley
Why We Sleep Rouse Family Foundation
Oct 13
Hybrid Event
Vice Ad. (ret.) John Ryan
Tony Bridwell
The Encompass Group
Upali Nanda, PhD
HKS, Inc.
The Great Disconnect: Finding Common Ground in the Workplace  
Nov 17
Hybrid Event
Ryan “Birdman” Parrott A Navy SEAL’s Perspective on Adversity and Brain Health  
Dec 7
Virtual Event
Brian Miller and Wes Clapp Peak Performance and Brain Health  
BrainHealth Presents Archive
BrainHealth Presents on YouTube
Previous Archived Series
Sips & Science Speaker Series Archive
Sips & Science on YouTube
Previous Archived Series
The Brain: An Owner’s Guide (February Lecture Series) Archive
The Brain: An Owner’s Guide on YouTube

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Callier Center FLASH Lecture Series

For more information on this series, from the Callier Center for Communication Disorders, or to receive a recording link, please contact Lynne Perler.
Bruton Conferences are sponsored by the David Bruton, Jr. Endowed Lecture Series on Communication Disorders.

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Oct 28, 2022
Hybrid Event
Sarah McDowell, BM, BS
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Clinical Features in Primary Muscle Tension Dysphonia
Nov 11
Hybrid Event
Jea Hong Kim, PhD
Postdoctoral Researcher, UT Dallas
Beta Binaural Beat Reduced the Processing Burden of Syntactic Complexity by Increasing the Intra-Hemispheric Functional Connectivity in the Left Posterior Temporal Region
Callier Center FLASH Lecture Series Archive

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Center for Children and Families Forum

Registration is required for this event.

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CCF Forum Archive

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Center for Children and Families Spring Lecture Series

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CCF Lecture Series Archive

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Center for Vital Longevity Science Series

Please RSVP to [email protected].

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Sep 19, 2022
Hybrid Event
Evan Smith, PhD
Park Aging Mind Laboratory at UT Dallas
Cognitive Change, Gray Matter Atrophy, and Study Adherence — Findings from Wave 3 of the DLBS
Sep 26
Hybrid Event
Ruchika Prakash, PhD
The Ohio State University
Towards Brain-Based Mechanistic and Endpoint Makers of Treatment Gains
Oct 3
Hybrid Event
Anila D’Mello, PhD
UT Southwestern and UT Dallas
Cerebellar Contributions to Typical and Atypical Language and Cognition
Oct 10
Hybrid Event
Walter R. Boot, PhD
Florida State University
Existing and Emerging Technologies to Support Social, Cognitive, and Community Engagement: Findings From the CREATE and ENHANCE Centers
Oct 17
Hybrid Event
Julia L. Evans, PhD
UT Dallas
TBD
Oct 24
Hybrid Event
Adam T. Eggebrecht, PhD
Washington University School of Medicine
Developing Optical Methods to Illuminate Brain Function at the Point of Care
Oct 27
In-Person Event
R. Alison Adcock, MD, PhD
Duke University School of Medicine
Jean & Bill Booziotis Distinguished Lecture
Oct 31
Hybrid Event
Kanad Basu, PhD
UT Dallas
Anti-Virus Hardware: Application in Security and Privacy
Nov 7
Hybrid Event
Arnold Bakker, PhD, MA
Johns Hopkins University
Targeting Hippocampal Hyperactivity for Memory Impairment in Alzheimer’s Disease
Nov 28
Hybrid Event
Stacie L. Warren, PhD
UT Dallas
Harnessing Executive Function Malleability for Personalized Intervention: Opportunities and Challenges
Dec 5
Hybrid Event
Jessica R. Cohen, PhD
University of North Carolina
The Cognitive Relevance of Functional Brain Network Dynamics Across Different Timescales
CVL Science Series Archive

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Frontiers of BrainHealth Lecture Series

These events are free, but please register online.

DATE SPEAKER TITLE HOST
Aug 19, 2022
Hybrid Event
Selena Bartlett, PhD
Queensland University of Technology
Sugar on the Brain: The Neuroscience of Stress and the Neuroplasticity of Resiliences Dan Krawczyk, PhD
Sep 9
Hybrid Event
Carla Green, PhD
UT Southwestern
Timing Matters: Circadian Alignment of Caloric Restriction Promotes Longevity Lori Cook, PhD, CCC-SLP
Sep 23
Hybrid Event
Songyao Ren, PhD
UT Dallas
Emotion, Culture and Well-Being Jacque Gamino, PhD
Oct 7
Virtual Event
Elkhonon Goldberg, PhD
NYU
Long Neuro-Covid: Challenges Ahead Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD
Oct 21
Hybrid Event
Sven Vanneste, PhD
Trinity College Dublin
Advances in Non-Invasive Treatments for Age-Related Cognitive Decline Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD
Nov 4
Hybrid Event
Elena Katok, PhD
UT Dallas
Failures in the Communication of Risk: Decisions and Numeracy Dan Krawczyk, PhD
Nov 18
Hybrid Event
William Dauer, MD
UT Southwestern
TBD – Bold Vision for the O’Donnell Brain Institute Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD
Dec 9
Hybrid Event
Sara Perry, PhD
Baylor University
Research-Informed Recommendations for Thriving in Remote and Hybrid Work Dan Krawczyk, PhD
Frontiers of BrainHealth Lecture Series Archive
Frontiers of BrainHealth on YouTube

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Guide to Grad School

Depending on the event, RSVP may be required. Click each event link for more details.


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Neuroscience Seminar Series

DATE SPEAKER TITLE HOST
Sep 1, 2022
In-Person Event
Kyle Baumbauer, PhD
University of Kansas Medical Center
Contribution of Nociceptors to Spinal Cord Injury Induced Pain Ted Price, PhD and Ben Kolber, PhD
Sep 8
In-Person Event
Gina Poe, PhD
UCLA
Sleep to Change Your Mind Christa McIntyre, PhD
Sep 15
In-Person Event
Jay Gibson, PhD
UCLA
The Necessity Of Autism-Linked Genes for Proper Brainstem Auditory Circuit Function as Observed by Behavior and Sensory Responses Crystal Engineer, PhD
Sep 22
In-Person Event
Cristin Welle, PhD
University of Colorado
Vagus Nerve Stimulation Enhances Motor Learning and Myelin Plasticity Student Sponsored
Sep 29
In-Person Event
Sydney Schaffer, PhD
Arizona State University
The Island of Misfit Effects: Practice Effects and Placebo Effects in Alzheimer’s Disease and Motor Rehabilitation Ben Kolber, PhD
Oct 6
In-Person Event
Wenfei Han, PhD
Michigan State University
The Gut-Brain Axis and Etiology of Parkinson’s Disease Catherine Thorn, PhD
Neuroscience Seminar Series Archive

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O’Donnell Brain Institute Seminar Series

Upcoming UT Southwestern O’Donnell Brain Institute seminars and grand rounds.

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Sep 1, 2022
In-Person Event
10-11am
NL9.120
Nicola Allen, PhD
Salk Institute
Astrocyte-Neuron Interaction in Health and Disease
Sep 2
Virtual Event
8-9am
Robert Gaunt, PhD
University of Pittsburgh
Advanced Neural Interfaces with the Brain and Periphery for Sensory Restoration and Motor Control
Zoom Meeting
Sep 6
Hybrid Event
10:30-11:30am
Anda Chirila, PhD
Harvard Medical School
Mechanoreceptor Signal Convergence and Transformation in the Dorsal Horn Flexibly Shape a Diversity of Outputs to the Brain
Sep 7
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Thomas Lloyd, MD, PhD
John Hopkins University School of Medicine
Inclusion Body Myositis: Neurodegenerative or Autoimmune?
Sep 7
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Jeremy Veenstra-Vanderweele, MD
Columbia University
Pathways From the Bench to the Bedside in Autism Spectrum Disorder
Zoom Meeting
Sep 7
In-Person Event
3-4pm
Marie Nicolini, MD, PhD
KU Leuven Center
Informed Consent in Psychiatry Research: Concept, Challenges, and Opportunities
Sep 8
Virtual Event
11am-12pm
Ruiqi Gao, PhD
Google Brain Team
On Path Integration of Grid Cells: Group Representation and Isotropic Scaling
Sep 9
Virtual Event
9-10am
Maria Chahrour, PhD
UT Southwestern
Investigating the Function of KDM5A, a Chromatin Remodeler Disrupted in Autism
Sep 13
In-Person Event
9-10:00am
Thomas Frazier, PhD
John Carroll University
Advancing Autism
NL6.125
Sep 13
In-Person Event
10:30-11:30am
Maria Chahrour, PhD
UT Southwestern
Autism Spectrum Disorder: From Genetics to Mechanisms
NB4.122
Sep 14
Hybrid Event
12-1pm
Steven Gray, PhD
UT Southwestern
AAV9/AP4M1 Gene Therapy for Spastic Paraplegia Type 50
Sep 14
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Jeffrey R. Strawn, MD, FAACAP
University of Cincinnati
Precision Medicine Approaches for Pediatric Anxiety Disorders
Sep 21
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Charles C. Dike, MD, MPH, FRCPsych
Yale University School of Medicine
Pathological Lying and Factitious Disorder: A Confused Relationship
Sep 21
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Samden Lhatoo MD
UT Health Houston
SUDEP – From Breathing Dysfunction to Rescue
Sep 22
In-Person Event
10-11am
Yuki Oka, PhD
California Institute of Technology
Neurobiology of Fluid Homeostasis
Sep 27
In-Person Event
10:30-11:30am
Yingxi Lin, PhD
SUNY Upstate Medical University
Active Neuronal Ensembles
NB4.122
Sep 28
Changed to Virtual Event
12-1pm
Maria Chahrour, PhD
UT Southwestern
Autism Spectrum Disorder: From Genetics to Mechanisms
Sep 29
In-Person Event
10-11am
Attila Losonczy, MD, PhD
Columbia University
Assembly and Functional Organization of Neural Circuits for Episodic Memory
NL6.125
Oct 4
In-Person Event
10:30-11:30am
Nadia Tsankova, MD, PhD
Ichan School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Developmental Programs Coopted in Glioblastoma Pathogenesis – in Search for New Therapeutic Vulnerabilities
NB4.122
Oct 5
Hybrid Event
12-1pm
Vikram Shakkottai, MD, PhD
UT Southwestern
Targeting Dysfunction in the Cerebellar Circuit as a Therapeutic Strategy for Ataxia
Oct 5
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Deanna M. Barch, PhD
Washington University
Early Emergence of Depression: Understanding Emotion Relevant Risk Factors and Treatment
Oct 12
In-Person Event
12-1pm
Theodore Price, PhD
UT Dallas
A Human Molecular Neuroscience Approach to Understanding Pain
NB2.EEF
Oct 26
Hybrid Event
12-1pm
Anthony Machi, MD
UT Southwestern
Local Anesthetic Systemic Toxicity (LAST)
O’Donnell Brain Institute Seminar Series Archive

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Psychology Lecture Series

Formerly the Developmental, Cognitive and Social/Personality Brownbag Series (DCS).

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Sep 20, 2022
Hybrid Event
2:30-3:30pm
Denise Williams
PhD Student, UT Dallas
An Overview of the Current State of College Mental Health Research & Interventions
Oct 4
Hybrid Event
2:30-3:30pm
Dennis Wu
PhD Student, UT Dallas
The Association Between Gestures in the First Two Years of Development and Later Autism Diagnosis
Oct 11
Hybrid Event
2:30-3:30pm
Yue Li
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Immediate and Sustained Effects of Expressive Suppression and Reappraisal: A Cultural Neuroscience Approach
Oct 18
Hybrid Event
2:30-3:30pm
Ritesh Kumar Malaiya
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Bayesian Modeling of Response Time and Accuracy for a Visual Mental Rotation Task
Nov 1
Hybrid Event
2:30-3:30pm
Faisal Riaz Jahangiri, PhD
UT Dallas
Mapping of the Human Brain
Nov 15
Hybrid Event
2:30-3:30pm
Maitreyee Kulkarni
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Effects of Working Memory Training on Cortical Activity Derived From Event-Related Potentials (ERP)
Dec 6
Hybrid Event
2:30-3:30pm
Jordan Wheatley and Amy Foxman
PhD Students, UT Dallas
TBD
Dec 13
Hybrid Event
2:30-3:30pm
Mohammad Behbondi
PhD Students, UT Dallas
TBD
Psychology Lecture Series Archive

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