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


New Map, Comet Calendar Offer Greater User Experience, Engagement

Feb 20, 2020

The University updated its online map and Comet Calendar with interactive features that will make the campus more accessible to faculty, staff, students and visitors. read more

Study: VNS Shows Promise for Improving Peripheral Nerve Recovery

Feb 17, 2020

A team of researchers led by Eric Meyers PhD’17 and Dr. Seth Hays used vagus nerve stimulation in a recent study to reverse brain dysfunction caused by damage to peripheral nerves. read more

University Honors King, Shows Commitment to Community During 'Dream Week'

Feb 3, 2020

Students and other volunteers packaged thousands of meals for area children at a service project that was just one of several activities celebrating the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. during “Dream Week.” read more

New Callier Center Test Catches Cause of Balance Issues

Jan 30, 2020

The Callier Center is one of the few facilities in North Texas that can provide a full assessment for problems related to the vestibular system, including dizziness, balance or uncontrollable eye movements. read more

Study Challenges Assumptions About Social Interaction Difficulties in Autism

Jan 27, 2020

Dr. Noah Sasson and his team of researchers suggest that successful interactions for autistic adults revolve around partner compatibility and not just skill sets. read more

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

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