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


Audiologists Spread Word About Noise-Induced Hearing Loss

Jan 23, 2020

Dr. Colleen Le Prell, area head of communication sciences and disorders, led the creation of a special journal issue focused solely on research designed to help those with noise-induced hearing loss. read more

Scientists Target Link Between Chronic Pain, Cognitive Impairments

Jan 21, 2020

A team led by Dr. Ted Price and Dr. Stephanie Shiers pinpointed a biochemical pathway that may help address both neuropathic pain and accompanying deficits in mental focus and critical thinking. read more

New Year Brings New Construction, Nearly Completed Science Building

Jan 13, 2020

Students returning for the spring semester will see plenty of projects moving forward, including a pedestrian promenade along Rutford Avenue and an expansion at Northside. read more

University, Graduates Set To Cap Off Year at Fall Commencement

Dec 12, 2019

UT Dallas will add a golden anniversary touch to commencement as it honors its newest class of graduates next week. Find all the details — from the ceremony schedule to parking — for this fall’s festivities. read more

Class of 2019: Communication Disorders Grad Finds Right Balance at UTD

Dec 12, 2019

Kiah Thorn, who earned two degrees from Stanford and served in the Peace Corps, said UT Dallas was her top choice for her communication disorders graduate degree. read more

Study: Advanced Technology May Indicate How Brain Learns Faces

Dec 9, 2019

Scientists analyzed advanced facial recognition algorithms and found the surprising way these programs — which are based on machine learning — work. read more

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