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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
Talk Canceled
Julie Barkmeier-Kraemer, PhD
University of Utah
Talk canceled – We hope to reschedule this speaker TBD
Feb 11
In-Person
Aaron Johnson, PhD
NYU Langone Health
Exercising the Aging Voice Adrianna Shembel, PhD
Apr 1
In-Person
Thomas Talhelm, PhD
University of Chicago
The Rice Theory of Culture: How in the World Ancient Farming Practices Explain Cultural Differences “Manspreading” BoKyung Park, PhD
BBS Colloquium Series Archive

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BrainHealth Presents

DATE SPEAKER TITLE SPONSOR
Feb 10, 2022
Virtual Event
Deepak Chopra, MD
University of California
The Future of Wellbeing The Container Store
Mar 17
Virtual Event
Wendy Suzuki, PhD
New York University
Good Anxiety The Gratitude Fund at the Dallas Foundation
Apr 21
Virtual Event
Alvaro Fernandez
CEO, SharpBrains
Navigating the Digital Brain Health Market  
Apr 26
Virtual Event
Sanjay Gupta, MD
Emory University, Chief Medical Correspondent for CNN
Myths of Brain Performance  
May 19
Virtual Event
Mark D’Esposito, MD
UC Berkeley
The Social Network That Matters Most: Your Brain  
Jun 16
Virtual Event
Ayesha Sherzai, MD and Dean Sherzai, MD
Loma Linda University
Lifestyle Medicine for Alzheimer’s Prevention  
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
Jan 28, 2022
Virtual Event
Natalia Camacho
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Language Screeners for Spanish-English Dual Language Learners: A Systematic Comparison
Feb 18
Virtual Event
Pamela Rollins, PhD
UT Dallas
Impact of Pathways Parent-Mediated Intervention on Social Attention in Autistic Children
Feb 25
Virtual Event
Ted Mau, MD, PhD
UT Southwestern
Treatment Approaches and Challenges in Recurrent Laryngeal Nerve Injury
Mar 25
Virtual Event
Crystal Engineer, PhD
UT Dallas
Restoring Auditory Processing in Rodent Models of Neurodevelopmental Disorders
Apr 8
Virtual Event
Shruthi Ravi, PhD
UT Dallas
Understanding the Association Between Early Social Communication and Later Receptive and Expressive Language in Infants Later Diagnosed With Autism
Apr 15
Virtual Event
Rana Moustafa
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Article Production Accuracy of An Arabic-English Bilingual Child: A Case Study
May 6
Virtual Event
Neurolinguistics Lab
Postdoc and Faculty, UT Dallas
SLAM Session: Research Updates From the Lab – Neurolinguistics Lab
May 20
Virtual Event
Adrianna Shembel, PhD
UT Dallas
Laryngeal Biophysiology: From the Bedside, to the Bench, and Back
Callier Center FLASH Lecture 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
Jan 21, 2022
Virtual Event
  UCC – Spring Virtual All Majors Internship Fair 11am-4pm
Feb 4
Virtual Event
  UCC – Spring 2022 All-Majors Virtual Career Fair 1-5pm
Feb 21
In-Person Event
  Spring 2022 On Campus Jobs Fair 11am-3pm
Student Union Galaxy Rooms A,B and C
Feb 22
Virtual Event
  UCC – International Student Virtual Career Fair 11am-3pm
Feb 23
Hybrid Event
  UCC – All Majors Mock Interviews 9am-3pm
Feb 25
Virtual Event
  UCC – Technical Mock Interviews TBD
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
Mar 25
In-Person and Virtual Event
Mandy Maguire, PhD
UT Dallas

and Carlos Benítez Barrera, PhD
UT Dallas
More Than Just Words: The Impact of Environment on Children’s Language Growth
Apr 8
Virtual Event
Heidi Kane, PhD
UT Dallas

and Danica Slavish, PhD
University of North Texas
Understanding Families’ Sleep Health Using a Social-Ecological Approach
Apr 15
Virtual Event
Taylor Toynes, MEd
For Oak Cliff
Bolstering the Superblock: How One Organization Is Working to Build Community and End Oppression in South Dallas
Apr 29
Virtual Event
Kim Noble, MD, PhD
Columbia University
Socioeconomic Inequity and Child Brain Development
CCF Lecture Series Archive

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Center for Vital Longevity Science Series

Please RSVP to [email protected].

DATE SPEAKER TITLE
Feb 7, 2022
In-Person and Virtual Event
Zhenpeng Qin, PhD
UT Dallas
Nanoscale Interface with the Brain Using Light and Advanced Nanomaterials
Feb 14
In-Person and Virtual Event
Colleen Frank, PhD
Center for Vital Longevity at UT Dallas
Predicting Real-World Feelings: The Role of Working Memory for Emotion
Feb 21
In-Person and Virtual Event
Jiaen Liu, PhD
UT Southwestern
High Resolution MRI of Iron-Based Tissue Property at Ultrahigh Field
Feb 28
In-Person and Virtual Event
Manish Jha, PhD
UT Southwestern
Clinical Significance and Neurocircuit Mechanisms of Irritability
Mar 3
In-Person Event
William Jagust, MD
University of California, Berkeley
Brain Aging & Alzheimer’s Disease: New Insights From New Technologies
Mar 7
In-Person and Virtual Event
Hunter Ball, PhD
UT Arlington
Aging and Prospective Memory
Mar 21
In-Person and Virtual Event
Elisa Kallioniemi, PhD
UT Southwestern
Using Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation To Study Cortical Functions and Aging — From Basic Responses to Advanced Applications
Mar 28
In-Person and Virtual Event
Mary Hargis, PhD
Texas Christian University
Remembering What’s Important: Motivated Memory in Cognitive Aging
Apr 11
In-Person and Virtual Event
Taraz Lee, PhD
University of Michigan
The Multifacted Impact of Reward on Cognition and Skilled Action
Apr 18
In-Person and Virtual Event
Jean Chen, PhD
University of Toronto
What Does Diffusional Kurtosis Imaging Offer Beyond DTI in Studying Brain Aging
May 2
In-Person and Virtual Event
Maureen Ritchey, PhD
Boston College
Making Memories: Brain Networks Supporting Episodic Binding and Reconstruction
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
Jan 21, 2022
Virtual Event
Dr. Asheley Landrum
Texas Tech University
Knowledge X Identity: The Interaction of Two Important Factors on Science Acceptance Dan Krawczyk, PhD
Feb 18
Virtual Event
Christopher Simmons, PhD
UT Dallas
The Future of Open Science and Supercomputing Monroe Turner, PhD
Mar 4
Virtual Event
Yune Lee, PhD
UT Dallas
The BMW Story: The Brain, Music and Well-Being Jeremy Gray, PhD
Apr 15
Virtual Event
Jarrod Millman
PhD Candidate, UC Berkeley
Scientific Python: Past, Future and Present Bart Rypma, PhD
Apr 22
Virtual Event
Michael Lundie, MS, MA
Center for BrainHealth, UT Dallas
The Metacognitive Underpinnings of Confirmation Bias and Its Political Consequence Dan Krawczyk, PhD
Apr 29
Virtual Event
Matthew Robison, PhD
The University of Texas at Arlington
Pupillometry to Examine Cognitive Abilities Dan Krawczyk, PhD
Frontiers of BrainHealth Lecture Series Archive
Frontiers of BrainHealth on YouTube

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Neuroscience Seminar Series

DATE SPEAKER TITLE HOST
No events scheduled at this time
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
Apr 8
Virtual Event
10-11am
Abigail Person, PhD
University of Colorado School of Medicine
Novel Mechanisms of Movement Precision
Zoom Meeting
Apr 13
Virtual Event
11am-12pm
Vijay Kuchroo, DVM, PhD
Harvard Medical School
Role of TIM Family of Genes in Neuroinflammation and Neurodegeneration
Apr 20
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Harrison Walker, MD
University of Alabama, Birmingham
Directional Brain Stimulation for Parkinson’s Disease
Apr 20
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Meitra Doty, MD
UT Southwestern
Updates in Peripartum Psychiatry
Apr 21
In-Person Event – NB4.122
10-11am
Kausik Is, PhD
University of Kansas School of Medicine
Encoding Memory in Amyloids
Apr 27
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Michael Rugg, PhD
UT Dallas
Neural Selectivity, Retrieval-Related Reinstatement, and Age-Related Memory Decline
Apr 27
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Hirofumi Fujita, MD, PhD
Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Cerebellar Organization for Motor and Nonmotor Functions
May 4
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Bibi Bielekova, MD
NIH/NIAID
From Molecular Understanding of MS to Personalized Treatments
May 5
Virtual Event
10-11am
Ahmet Arac, MD
University of California, Los Angeles
Neural Dynamics Driving Reach-and-Grasp in Mice
May 11
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Bhooma Aravamuthan, MD, DPhil
Washington University
Diagnosis and Pathophysiology of Dystonia in Cerebral Palsy
May 11
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Paul J. Kenny, PhD
Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai
Habenular Mechanisms of Drug Addiction
May 12
Talk Canceled
10-11am
Kalil Alves de Lima, PhD
Washington University School of Medicine
Talk Canceled – Integration of Neuroimmune Events in the Meningeal Spaces
Zoom Meeting
May 18
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Amy Brewster, PhD
Southern Methodist University
Pathological Implication of Rougue Immune Cells in Treatment-Resistant Eplilepsy
May 18
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Arthur Westover, MD
UT Southwestern
Adults with Autism: A Call to Action
May 20
Virtual Event
8am-6pm
Various Speakers
UT Southwestern
2nd Annual OBI Symposium: Frontiers of Neuromodulation
May 25
Virtual Event
12-1pm
Louise McCullough, MD, PhD
UTHealth Houston
Translational Stroke Research: Age and Sex Matter
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
Feb 14, 2022
Virtual Event
Melanie Holmes
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Discrimination of Overlapping Rhythmic Patterns
Feb 28
Talk Canceled
Samantha Redig
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Talk canceled
Mar 8
Virtual Event
Gayathri Maruthy
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Relationships Between Trait Mindfulness Facets and Depression
Apr 4
In-Person and Virtual Event
Galston K. Y. Wong
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Effect of Skewness on Risky Decision Making in a Visual Performance Task
Apr 25
In-Person and Virtual Event
Kennedy Millward
PhD Student, UT Dallas
Narcissistic Admiration and Rivalry and Tactics to Obtain Sex Within Romantic Relationships
May 2
In-Person and Virtual Event
Melissa Heinrich
PhD Student, UT Dallas
The Effect of Peer Modeling of Body Image and Eating Behaviors on Body Image in Young Adult Females
May 9
In-Person and Virtual Event
Callie Brooke De La Cerda
PhD Student, UT Dallas
The Effectiveness of Differing Social Agents and Enthusiastic Modeling on Children’s Preference, Acceptance, and Consumption of Novel Foods
Psychology Lecture Series Archive

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