In the Spotlight

#MyBrainHealthMatters and Yours Does Too

Center for BrainHealth's founder and chief director Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman explains why we are kicking-off the social media campaign, explaining why #MyBrainHealthMatters and yours does too.

MS Society Awards UT Researcher $490K to Study Link Between Blood Flow and Cognition

The National Multiple Sclerosis Society has awarded Dr. Bart Rypma, an associate professor at the Center for BrainHealth at the University of Texas at Dallas, a more than $490,000 grant to study how changes in blood flow in the brain might affect cognition in people with multiple sclerosis (MS).

How workouts give your brain a boost

Brain Performance Institutes’s Dr. Jaffin on today's front page of CNN.com sharing how workouts give your brain a boost.

Investing in Dallas’ Future Leaders by Igniting Brain Potential

BrainHealth’s founder and chief director, Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman, discusses how the Center’s research reveals that the detrimental effects of poverty on cognition can be mitigated and potentially overcome after short-term, targeted intervention.

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Research Coordinator

Robert L. Rennaker II, Ph.D.

Chief of Neuroengineering

Benjamin Eschler, M.S.

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Matthew McLean, M.S.

Director of Technology

Ju-Chi Yu, M.S.

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From Our Blog

#MyBrainHealthMatters Campaign

Be part of the brain health movement. Take a picture with our logo and share it on Facebook, Instagram or Twitter, tag us, and include the hashtag #MyBrainHealthMatters.

Reprogramming the Brain to Health Symposium 2016

In its tenth year, the Symposium highlighted neurology and advances made in computational psychiatry, an emerging field that seeks to use neurobiological information to inform individualized therapies.

In the News

The antidote to an overloaded brain

BrainHealth's Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman was highlighted in a recent Dallas Morning News article.

UTD Researcher gets $490,000 Grant to Study MS

Center for BrainHealth researcher Bart Rypma, Ph.D., has been awarded more than $490,000 in a grant from the National Multiple Sclerosis Society to investigate how changes in blood flow can affect cognition in persons with MS.

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