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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.

DATE SPEAKER TITLE HOST
Jan 21, 2022
In-Person
Julie Barkmeier-Kraemer, PhD
University of Utah
TBD TBD
Feb 11
In-Person
Aaron Johnson, PhD
NYU Langone Health
TBD TBD
Apr 1
Virtual Event
Michael Varnum, PhD
Arizona state University
TBD TBD
BBS Colloquium Series Archive

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Career Roadmap Series

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

DATE SPEAKER TITLE TIME/LOCATION
Sep 21 and 22, 2021   UCC – Fall 2021 All Majors Virtual Career Fair Sep 21 – Day 1
Sep 22 – Day 2
Handshake’s Virtual Job Fair Platform
Nov 17   UCC – Fall 2021 Just In Time Career Fair Handshake’s Virtual Job Fair Platform
Career Roadmap Series Archive

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Center for Children and Families Forum

Registration is required for this event.

DATE KEYNOTE SPEAKER TITLE
No events scheduled at this time
CCF Forum Archive

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Center for Children and Families Spring Lecture Series

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
No events scheduled at this time
CCF Lecture Series Archive

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Center for Vital Longevity Science Series

Please RSVP to [email protected].

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Sep 20, 2021
In-Person and Virtual Event
Michael Rugg, PhD
Director, Center for Vital Longevity
Neural Selectivity, Retrieval-Related Reinstatement, and Age-Related Memory Decline
Sep 27
In-Person and Virtual Event
Joseph Hennessee, PhD
Center for Vital Longevity at UT Dallas
Relationships Between Functional Lateralization and Fluid Ability Across the Lifespan
Oct 4
In-Person and Virtual Event
Sherwood Brown, MD, PhD, MBA
UT Southwestern
Asthma and the Brain
Oct 11
In-Person and Virtual Event
William Dauer, MD
UT Southwestern
From Molecule to Movement: Dissecting the Path from Dystonia Mutation to Motor Circuit Dysfunction
Oct 18
In-Person and Virtual Event
Theodore Satterthwaite, MD
University of Pennsylvania
Development of the Association Cortex in Youth
Oct 25
In-Person and Virtual Event
Natalie C. Ebner, PhD
University of Florida
Understanding and Promoting Social-Cognitive and Affective Aging
Nov 1
In-Person and Virtual Event
Jerillyn Kent, PhD
UT Dallas
Cognitive Control: From Motor Inhibition to Novel Therapeutic Intervention
Nov 29
In-Person and Virtual Event
Spencer Bowen, PhD
UT Southwestern
Precision Neuroimaging in Nuclear Medicine: It’s About Time
Dec 6
In-Person and Virtual Event
Amy Pinkham, PhD
UT Dallas
Paranoia in Psychosis and Beyond
CVL Science Series Archive

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FLASH Series

For more information, 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 8, 2021
Virtual Event
Carlos Benítez-Barrera, PhD
Postdoc, UT Dallas
TBD
Oct 22
Virtual Event
William Katz, PhD
UT Dallas
TBD
Nov 5
Virtual Event
Beatriz de Diego-Lázaro, PhD, CCC-SLP
Midwestern University
TBD
Nov 19, 2021
Virtual Event
Reyna Gordon, PhD
Vanderbilt University
TBD
Dec 10
Virtual Event
Sarah Laane
PhD Student, UT Dallas
WORK SMART — A Pilot Study of Strategic Memory Advanced Reasoning Training with Youth Offenders
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Frontiers of BrainHealth Lecture Series

These events are free, but please register online.

DATE SPEAKER TITLE HOST
Oct 1, 2021 Mary Helen Immordino-Yang, EdD
University of Southern California
Implications of Neurobiological Bases of Social Emotion and Culture Julie Fratantoni, PhD
Oct 15 Michael Platt, PhD
University of Pennsylvania
Neuroscience and the Future of Management Dan Krawczyk, PhD
Oct 29 Jerillyn Kent, PhD
UT Dallas
Understanding Motor Abnormalities in Psychosis Dan Krawczyk, PhD
Nov 4 Sid E. O’Bryant, PhD
UNT Health Science Center
Biomarkers of Alzheimer’s Disease among Diverse Populations — the Health & Aging Brain Study Dan Krawczyk, PhD
Nov 12 BoKyung Park, PhD
UT Dallas
Neural Mechanisms Underpinning Cultural Influence Dan Krawczyk, PhD
Dec 3 Lin Lin, EdD
University of North Texas
Intersections of the Brain and Technology Dan Krawczyk, PhD
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Neuroscience Seminar Series

DATE SPEAKER TITLE HOST
Aug 26, 2021
Virtual Event
Kate Sadler, PhD
Medical College of Wisconsin
Identification of Novel Chronic Pain Targets Using Sickle Cell Disease Mice Center for Advanced Pain Studies
Sep 23
In-Person and Virtual Event
Lingyong Li, PhD
Baylor College of Medicine
Synaptic Plasticity in Chronic Pain Modulation  
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 13, 2021 John H. Sampson, MD, PhD, MBA, MHSc
Duke University
Turning Knowledge into Money and Money into Knowledge: A Journey in the Development of Immunotherapeutics for Brain Tumors
Sep 14 Susana Lampley, MD
UT Southwestern
Women’s Mental Health in the Correctional Setting
Sep 14 Paul Donlin-Asp, PhD
Max Planck Institute
Resolving the Localization and Dynamics of RNA and Protein Synthesis Within Neurons
Zoom Meeting (10:30-11:30am)
Sep 15 Bruce Ovbiagele, MD
University of California, San Francisco
Burden of Stroke in Africa: Long Walk to Freedom
Sep 15 Steven Paul, MD
Washington University School of Medicine
Neurosteroids and GABAA receptors: From Lab Bench to Medicine Chest – Discovery of the First Medicine to Treat Postpartum Depression
Sep 15 Spencer Bowen, PhD
UT Southwestern
Precision Neuroimaging with PET: It’s About Time
Zoom Meeting (5-6pm)
Sep 22 Michael Boninger, MD
University of Pittsburgh
The Hype and Hope of Assistive Technology
Sep 23 Svjetlana Miocinovic, MD, PhD
Emory University
Optimizing Deep Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease Using Physiologic Signals and Biophysical Modeling
Zoom Meeting (12-1pm)
Oct 1 Bill Dauer, MD
O’Donnell Brain Institute
Introduction to New OBI Research Programs (Agenda)
Zoom Meeting (12-1pm)
Neuroscience Seminar Series Archive

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Psychology Lecture Series

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

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Sep 13, 2021
Virtual Event
Linlin Fan
PhD Student, UT Dallas
The Interaction Effects of Schizotypal and Autistic Traits on Emotion Recognition and Social Functioning
Sep 20
Virtual Event
Julie Fratontoni, PhD & Lori Cook, PhD, CCC/SLP
Center for BrainHealth
The BrainHealth Project: Research Revolutionizing the Way you Think About Your Brain
Sep 27
Virtual Event
Mariam Hafiz
PhD Student, UT Dallas
A Family-Level Typology of Depressive Symptoms and Relations to Family Engagement
Oct 4
Virtual Event
Stephanie Wilson, PhD
Southern Methodist University
TBD
Oct 11
Virtual Event
Dema Abdelkarim
PhD Student, UT Dallas
TBD
Oct 18
Virtual Event
Annette Glotfelty
PhD Student, UT Dallas
TBD
Oct 25
Virtual Event
Hyun-Woong Kim
PhD Student, UT Dallas
TBD
Nov 1
Virtual Event
Siri Wilder
PhD Student, UT Dallas
TBD
Nov 8
Virtual Event
Samantha Redig
PhD Student, UT Dallas
TBD
Nov 15
Virtual Event
Sharnya Govindaraj
PhD Student, UT Dallas
TBD
Nov 29
Virtual Event
Denise D. Williams
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Understanding the Impact of Attachment Insecurity and Its Association With Diurnal Cortisol Patterns Among Adult Romantic Relationships
Psychology Lecture Series Archive

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Sips & Science Speaker Series

DATE SPEAKER TITLE PRESENTING SPONSOR
Aug 19, 2021
Virtual Event
David Eagleman, PhD
Stanford University
Livewired  
Sep 30
Virtual Event
Francesca Filbey, PhD
UT Dallas
The Reward and Motivation Loop: What Addiction Teaches Us About the Brain  
Oct 21
Virtual Event
Walter Greenleaf, PhD
Stanford University
Not Just Games: VR to Boost Brain Health  
Nov 10
Virtual Event
Byron Sanders
President and CEO, Big Thought
21st Century Learners: The Creator Archetype  
Dec 9
Virtual Event
Ian Robertson, PhD
Center for BrainHealth
The Confident Brain: The Science of Self-Belief Bank of Texas
Sips & Science Speaker Series Archive

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The Brain: An Owner’s Guide (February Lecture Series)

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
No events scheduled at this time
The Brain: An Owner’s Guide (February Lecture Series) Archive

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