Dr. Chapman is the Founder and Chief Director of the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas, where she holds the Dee Wyly Distinguished University Chair. A cognitive neuroscientist with more than 50 funded research grants and more than 200 publications, she applies novel approaches to advance integrated reasoning and strategic memory, strengthen resilience and healthy brain development, and expand innovative thinking throughout life.

One of the pioneers creating the field of brain health, in 2017 she launched the Brain Performance Institute to deliver rapidly emerging discoveries in cognitive brain health to the public.

Dr. Chapman sees the brain as the most significant path through which to raise the standard of living globally, and she coined the term “brainomics” to describe the high economic cost of poor brain performance.

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