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For Doctoral Student, NIH Award Eases Path for Career in Pain Research

Jul 22, 2019

Candler Paige and Ted Price. Doctoral student Candler Paige, who studies how the origins of chronic pain differ between the sexes, has received a National Institutes of Health grant that will fund her work over the next six years. read more


3D Brain Imaging May Improve Treatment Path for MS Patients

Jul 15, 2019

Three researchers standing in front of an MRI machine. Center for BrainHealth researchers joined colleagues at UT Southwestern Medical Center to study images of multiple sclerosis lesions, with the aim of learning to differentiate between injuries that are likely to heal and those that are not. read more


Children Experience Magic of Theater at Callier Center's Aladdin Camp

Jul 11, 2019

Two children show off decorative bracelets made at the Aladdin Camp. Campers worked on craft projects, met the Broadway touring company of “Aladdin” and learned how to enjoy performances with hearing-assistance equipment. read more


Student Tutors Give Homeless Children a Chance To Just Be Kids

Jul 8, 2019

UT Dallas students serve as math tutors for children ages 4 to 12 at Kids’ University, an educational camp for homeless children, an experience one Comet called "life-changing." read more


Undergrad Blends Passions for Art, Cognitive Science on Austria Trip

Jun 24, 2019

Rebekah Rodriguez worked on a project with researchers at the University of Vienna who study neuroaesthetics, an emerging science of how neural mechanisms influence how people perceive and interact with art. read more


Rafael Martín Named University's New Vice President, Chief of Staff

Jun 20, 2019

Rafael Martin Rafael Martín, who has been the associate vice president for research since 2006, will join the senior leadership team at UT Dallas beginning July 1. read more


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