What is Brain Health
The touchstone of brain health is a person’s ability to function well in daily life and work. This includes making wise decisions, solving problems, interacting successfully with others, and enjoying an emotional balance. All of these functions demand the capacity to remember, …
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What's Next in Health and Wellness
(2 days ago) They will have proven ways to sustain and strengthen brain health throughout life. This will help society thrive in a future defined by change— propelling equality as well as recovery and growth. Read more. Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D., chief director of the Center for …
Center for BrainHealth
(6 days ago) Led by founder and chief director Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD, the Center for BrainHealth®, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, is a research institute composed of independent labs that are responsible for more than 60 fully funded research projects that investigate brain …
The BrainHealth Project
(6 days ago) DEFINE brain health based on a modern, holistic understanding of the upward potential of the human mind. MEASURE brain health with the novel, multi-faceted BrainHealth Index™ that tracks progress toward personalized brain fitness goals. ENHANCE/MAINTAIN/REGAIN …
University of Texas at Dallas BrainHealth Imaging …
(Just Now) University of Texas at Dallas BrainHealth Imaging Center. Located at Center for BrainHealth, The University of Texas at Dallas BrainHealth Imaging Center is a one-of-a-kind facility completely focused on human brain imaging to measure changes in brain health and …
Caregivers, COVID-19 and Brain Health
(5 days ago) Caregivers, COVID-19 and Brain Health. In this time of COVID-19, social isolation, and uncertainty, your brain health may be at risk. As a caregiver, the level of anxiety you may be experiencing could be at an all-time high. Audette Rackley, head of special programs at the Center for BrainHealth in …
BrainHealth® app fun brain exercises for your cell phone
(9 days ago) Prime your brain for optimal performance with BrainHealth®. Designed by cognitive neuroscientists and clinicians at the Center for BrainHealth®, this app offers strategic scheduling tools and brain-boosting techniques to help you sharpen your focus, beat brain fatigue, …
Center for BrainHealth Calendar of Events and Lectures
(2 days ago) Come visit: we have a packed slate of special events, lectures and programs, each designed to raise awareness and promote the importance of brain health and brain performance. The Center for BrainHealth and the Brain Performance Institute are on a mission of transformation and hope.
SMART High Performance Brain Training
(9 days ago) SMART CORE Strategic Attention Calibration of your greatest asset – your brain power – primes it for optimal function. Learn how the Brainpowers of Two, One, and None can help you fuel mental energy and harness greater potential. Integrated Reasoning Being an adaptable decision-maker and stable goal-oriented leader requires more than superficial thought.
Feed Your Brain: Tips for Better Brain Health
(3 days ago) Research conducted by the Center for Brain Health shows that older brains can be more receptive to pattern recognition, judgment, and accumulation of knowledge and experience, giving those over 50 an advantage over younger brains if—and that is a big if—the physical structure …
BrainHealth Boost Series
(8 days ago) Episode 10: Robust Brain Health Today and Beyond. Join Jennifer Zientz as she wraps up the BrainHealth Boost Series by challenging us to drive positive brain change, today and beyond! We hope this series provided you with robust information to improve your brain health and performance during this time. View the entire video series below. YouTube.
More information about The BrainHealth Project
(Just Now) The BrainHealth Project is a landmark scientific study that introduces a multi-dimensional understanding of brain health and explores our lifelong ability to impact its fitness, no matter the starting point. You can view a recorded informational session at anytime on YouTube. .
About BrainHealth with Sandra Chapman, PhD
(1 days ago) About BrainHealth with Sandra Chapman, PhD. During these uncertain times caused by COVID-19, Dr. Chapman shares science-based insights to help us all tend to our brain health and performance. To receive these weekly messages by email, sign up for our newsletter at the bottom of our website. March 20, 2020 - Healthy lifestyle habits and
Closing the Brain Health Gap: addressing women’s
(8 days ago) The current brain health crisis—where brain health disorders span mental disorders like depression and anxiety to neurological disorders like Alzheimer’s disease—has disproportionately affected women. From a clinical and neuroscience perspective, there is a clear sex and gender gap in outcomes for brain health disorders across the
Center for BrainHealth Researchers Confirm …
(5 days ago) The Center for BrainHealth ®, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, is a research institute committed to enhancing, preserving and restoring brain health across the lifespan. Scientific exploration at the Center for BrainHealth is leading edge, improving lives today and translating groundbreaking discoveries into …
Participate in a Center for BrainHealth research study
(6 days ago) Participate in a Study. The Center for BrainHealth is actively seeking individuals to take part in the following brain research studies. Click on the study title below for additional information. If you would like to be added to a list to be notified of future studies, please visit our Connect …
SMART Edge Program
(3 days ago) The SMART Edge program, specifically designed for adolescents, is a structured step-by-step approach that promotes brain efficiency and effective thinking skills. We offer private one-on-one training, small group sessions, and exciting, fun-filled summer camps. SMART Summer camps extend the basic SMART program by enhancing innovation in an
Study of training programs to improve function in autism
(1 days ago) Participants will attend two, two-hour sessions at the University of Texas at Dallas or the Center for Brain Health. The two sessions are separated by four weeks of at-home training. At-home training will involve completing four weekly audio trainings for four weeks. Each audio training is approximately 20 minutes.
Ian Robertson, PhD
(8 days ago) Ian Robertson, Ph.D., is the The T. Boone Pickens Distinguished Scientist at the Center for BrainHealth. Dr. Robertson is known for his translational research into human attention, brain plasticity and rehabilitation. His research at the Center for BrainHealth will investigate the possibilities of enhancing non-pharmacological interventions to improve cognitive performance and brain health.
Georgeann and Adm. (Ret.) William H. McRaven
(7 days ago) As University of Texas System Chancellor from 2015 to 2018, Adm. McRaven led one of the nation’s largest and most respected systems of higher education. His ambitious vision for the UT System included brain health as a top priority in his “Quantum Leaps” initiative.
Study Finds Brain Training Enhances Brain Health of …
(Just Now) Study Finds Brain Training Enhances Brain Health of Adults Over 50. Strategy-based cognitive training has the potential to reverse age-related brain decline according to the results of a study conducted by researchers at the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas published online in Cerebral Cortex.
Center for BrainHealth Dashboard
(6 days ago) Come visit: we have a packed slate of special events, lectures and programs, each designed to raise awareness and promote the importance of brain health and brain performance. The Center for BrainHealth and the Brain Performance Institute are on a mission of transformation and hope.
Center for BrainHealth February Lecture Series Tickets
(Just Now) The Brain: An Owner’s Guide, is the Center’s annual sell-out lecture series, with renowned leaders in the field discussing their groundbreaking brain health research. Virtual talks will take place on Zoom every Tuesday evening during February in 2021. 2021 REGISTRATION.
Chronic Illness Cost This Former Dallas Museum …
(5 days ago) In search of a diagnosis that to this day remains elusive, she visited the Cleveland Clinic, the Mayo Clinic, and National Jewish Health—a leading hospital for respiratory disorders, in Denver. Desperate for a way to look forward to each morning despite her debilitating illness, Pitman started a simple daily habit.
Audette Rackley, MS, CCC/SLP
(6 days ago) A member of the Center for BrainHealth team since its inception in 1999, Audette is Head of Special Programs at the Center for BrainHealth. She is a proponent of early detection and habits to promote healthy aging. Her current research focus is developing and conducting brain training programs for individuals with memory complaints and Mild Cognitive […]
News Coverage Archive
(8 days ago) News Coverage. August 24, 2021. Closing the Brain Health Gap: addressing women’s inequalities. There is a clear sex and gender gap in outcomes for brain health disorders across the lifespan, with strikingly negative outcomes for women. This understanding calls for a more systematic way of approaching this issue of inequality.
Mindfulness and Brain Health with Melani S. Massey, …
(5 days ago) Melani S. Massey, LCSW-S is a Mindfulness Clinician at UTD’s Center for BrainHealth, with a background in therapy and coaching. The team at The Center for BrainHealth is pioneering the latest research on brain strength and performance, discovering markers of health, drivers of performance, preventive care protocols and interventions for brain recovery.
Science in the City
(3 days ago) BrainHealth in the 21st Century: The Next Frontier Register here with The Dallas Morning News Thursday, November 5 at 7 p.m. The brain is the seat of our wisdom, the engine of our innovation, the processor of our human experience. How well are you taking care of yours? Join brain experts from the Center for […]
Healthy Brains,Healthy Cities
(7 days ago) We invited four leading researchers to share insights from their time exploring the intersection of science, the brain, and the built environment. In the interviews excerpted below, we asked about indicators of good brain health from cognitive performance to emotional well-being and the methods and technologies used to assess how different environments influence the brain […]
Stay connected with The Center for BrainHealth …
(9 days ago) Connect With Us. Please fill in the following information to start receiving Brain Matters Monthly, an e-newsletter with insights and practical tips for brain healthy living. If you are interested in participating in research, please visit our Participate in a Study page. For more information about our programs, please go …
3 Incredible Breakthroughs That Are Transforming Our
(5 days ago) “Brain health is really a whole new category,” says Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D., founder and chief director of the Center for BrainHealth at the University of Texas at Dallas. “When people talk about brain health, they talk about it as the absence of disease and injury, but that’s not the same as making your brain healthy.”
Request A Speaker
(1 days ago) Our Speaker's Bureau has the mission to build awareness around brain health and performance. We deliver interactive, engaging and informative experiences to audiences ranging from small local groups to national conferences, including keynote general sessions, breakout sessions and webinars.
Tips for CEOs: Habits to Continuously Improve Your …
(1 days ago) Taking brain breaks, reflecting on our work, and limiting data intake can make executives sharper and more productive. Many executives don’t understand the concept of “brain health” or the power of high-performance brain training, but being empowered by some of these tools can significantly enhance one’s career. Most business leaders pride themselves on juggling priorities […]
Center for BrainHealth February Lecture Series Tickets
(7 days ago) The Acute Case for Chronic Health: Vital Lessons In Weathering Duress. David Katz, MD, MPH | The Corgan Lecture. The COVID pandemic has hurt people by direct infection with SARS-CoV-2, with all of the adverse consequences now well known. It has hurt people as well by the unintended consequences of haphazard interdiction policies resulting in
We Can Do Without It
(9 days ago) Julie Fratantoni, PhD, CCC-SLP, Head of Operations for The BrainHealth Project and Research Scientists at Center for BrainHealth, discusses the topic of being #alwaysconnected to our phones and what that does to the brain. “Not only are we are robbing ourselves of productivity, but we are robbing the potential of what we wanted to achieve because […]
Dr. Yune Lee Brings the Power of Music to the Center …
(1 days ago) Dr. Yune Lee Brings the Power of Music to the Center for BrainHealth. New Assistant Professor in the UT Dallas Department of Speech, Language and Hearing at the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences will apply a mechanistic approach to understanding and improving brain health with music. DALLAS (July 30, 2021) – A dedicated guitarist, Yune
Harnessing Stress for Better Performance
(3 days ago) Dr. Ian Robertson, a world-renowned neuropsychologist and co-director of the Global Brain Health Institute who serves as the T. Boone Pickens Distinguished Scientist at the Center for BrainHealth at UT Dallas, provides tips to help stress work in your favor.
Contact Center for BrainHealth Brain Performance …
(1 days ago) Center For BrainHealth. Brain Performance Institute. 2200 West Mockingbird Lane. Dallas, TX 75235. Phone: Center for BrainHealth 972.883.3007. Brain Performance Institute 972.883.3400. View our Campus Map. If you would like to receive our newsletter or get more information about our programs, let us know by providing your email on the footer of
Neurology Now: Protect Your Brain for Life: Follow …
(2 days ago) This is a great time to get serious about brain health and make your brain more resilient against future deficits, says Dr. Chapman. Think harder. One of the most effective ways to exercise different areas of the brain, keeping those lesser-used synapses strong, is to stretch your thinking in practical ways, says Dr. Chapman.
Center for BrainHealth February Lecture Series Tickets
(2 days ago) 2020 The Brain: An Owner’s Guide, the Center’s popular February lecture series, delivered groundbreaking brain health research straight from renowned leaders in the field. The Greystone Foundation Lecture. Music and the Brain – A Window into Creativity Charles J. Limb, MD