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Scientists Explore Signs of Healthy Brain Aging
Scientists Explore Signs of Healthy Brain Aging
“The flexibility for healthy brains to ramp up in support of a goal, while suppressing activity in areas of the brain that generally do not serve a given task, may separate those whose brain function is aging well from those who may be prone to cognitive loss later in life,” Dr. Kristen Kennedy said. more >>
Dean Bartlett
Message from the Dean
You may have noticed a beautiful new building on the northeast side of campus, just across from Northside’s student housing and eateries. The Callier Center expansion is a fantastic new addition to the Richardson campus of the UT Dallas Callier Center for Communication Disorders. more >>
Center for BrainHealth Programs to Help 500 Dallas Police Officers
Center for BrainHealth Programs to Help 500 Dallas Police Officers
The Center for BrainHealth, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, and its Brain Performance Institute are collaborating to provide programs to help officers who serve on the front lines of the city of Dallas. more >>

Faculty Profile: Dr. Lisa Goffman
Faculty Profile: Dr. Lisa Goffman
“We are interested in how these complicated and organized movements develop in young language learners and, more critically, what can go awry in children with speech and language difficulties,” said Dr. Lisa Goffman, who studies speech and language as action. more >>
Upcoming Events
CCF Spring Lecture
Spring Lecture
“Poverty and Child Wellbeing: Complex Relationships Demand Holistic Solutions”

Friday, March 24
9:30 - 10:30 a.m. more >>
Frontiers of BrainHealth Lecture
Frontiers of
BrainHealth Lecture
“Genetic Factors Can Teach us How to Maintain a Healthy Brain”

Friday, March 31
12:00 - 1:00 p.m. more >>
BBS Career Roadmap
Career Roadmap
“Use Your Strengths to Find and Excel in an Internship and Career”

Thursday, April 6
1:00 - 2:00 p.m. more >>
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