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BrainHealth's Brain Performance Institute Partners with Texas Tech Law

Center for BrainHealth collaborates with Texas Tech School of Law to minimize stress and improve productivity of first year law students.
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How nicotine alters the way marijuana affects the brain

Center for BrainHealth's Cognitive Neuroscience of Addictive Behaviors lab published findings that reveal significant differences in the brains of individuals who use both tobacco and marijuana and the brains of those who only use marijuana.

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Study Finds Nicotine Changes Marijuana’s Effect on the Brain

Dr. Filbey's Cognitive Neuroscience of Addictive Behaviors lab at the Center for BrainHealth published findings that reveal significant differences in the brains of individuals who use both tobacco and marijuana and the brains of those who only use marijuana.
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Center for BrainHealth's Brain Performance Institute, Operation Homefront partner to empower better brain health for America’s warriors

The Center for BrainHealth's Brain Performance Institute will partner with Operation Homefront, a leading national military family and veteran support organization, to empower warriors and their loved ones to maximize their brain health.

Affordable, Non-Invasive Test May Detect Who is Most at Risk for Alzheimer's

Research from the lab of John Hart, Jr., M.D., published in the Journal of Alzheimer's Disease is attempting to identify a potential biomarker that could offer a more complete picture of who is most at risk for Alzheimer's.

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Cognitive Deficits in Multiple Sclerosis Attributed to Brain Regional Disconnect

New research from Dr. Bart Rypma and Nicholas Hubbard at the Center for BrainHealth reveals the brain network to blame for slowed cognitive speed in MS.

Nicotine Changes Marijuana’s Effect on the Brain

Dr. Francesca Filbey, Director of Center for BrainHealth's Cognitive Neuroscience of Addictive Behaviors lab, and her team recently published findings that reveal significant differences in the brains of individuals who use both tobacco and marijuana and the brains of those who only use marijuana.

Q&A: New Law Students Get Their Brains Trained

The Center for BrainHealth's Brain Performance Institute recently partnered with its first law school, Texas Tech, to deliver its scientifically validated SMART program to first-year law students. Jill Hill, J.D., M.S. is a clinician at BrainHealth and spoke with The National Law Journal about the training and partnership with Texas Tech School of Law.