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More information about The Brain: An Owner's Guide

Will the talks be recorded?

The talks are recorded, and we will email registrants a private link as soon as the recording is available (about 3 days following the talk). The recordings will not be available to the public on our YouTube channel, only those who register will get access to the recorded presentations.


What time does the talk start?

The Brain: An Owner’s Guide talks are every Tuesday evening in February, starting at 5pm (pacific time)/ 7pm (central time)/ 8pm (eastern time).


Who to contact for technical issues?

Please call 1-972-883-3201 or email brainhealthevents@utdallas.edu.


What if I registered for the event but did not receive a link?

Check your spam folder for an email confirming your registration, which includes the Zoom link. You will also receive reminder emails the day before and the day of the talk with the link included. The link will also be posted to the event page on the BrainHealth website an hour before the event start time.


Where can I learn more about The BrainHealth Project and how to sign up?

You can learn more about the BrainHealth Project and sign up at: thebrainhealthproject.org


Do you offer live captioning?

The talk won’t be live captioned; however, the event recording will be captioned. Please make sure you have registered so we can email you the link to the recording as soon as it is available (about 3 days after the talk.)


Can you send me the speaker slides after the presentation?

At this time, we cannot share speaker slides with attendees. Registrants will receive an email about three days after the talk, with a link to the event recording.


Can I receive CEU credits for attending the talks?

The Brain: An Owner’s Guide speaker series is offered for 0.4 ASHA CEUs (Advanced level, Related area). Each lecture is worth .1 for a total up to .4 CEUs for the series. ASHA CEUs can only be offered for individuals who attend 2 or more lectures. A certificate of attendance will be issued for attending only 1 lecture. For more information visit our  CEU webpage.


Who to contact for CEU credit questions?

CEU questions: ceu@utdallas.edu


What promo code should I use?

No promo code is needed, this speaker series is virtual and free in 2021! We will email you the Zoom link once you register. Hope you can join us!


Can we ask the speaker questions?

Every talk includes a Q&A at the end. Make sure you register to get the Zoom link!


Will I be able to get help for my medical issue?

The Center for BrainHealth is a research center focused on cognitive neuroscience. We are not medical, and our events should not be construed as offering medical advice. For medical issues, please contact your doctor.


What do you do at the Center for BrainHealth?

The Center for BrainHealth is a research center focused on cognitive neuroscience. We are establishing a new approach to brain health by defining, measuring, and monitoring the upward potential of the brain at any age and stage. We hope you will come away from this talk with new insights!


general questions

We are constantly making new discoveries about how flexible and adaptable our brains are – and how multi-faceted brain health is. This year’s talks cover a wide range of topics; register for the series and attend as many as you like. We’re sure you’ll come away with some new insights!

At the Center for BrainHealth, our scientists focus on a new approach to brain health by defining, measuring, and monitoring the upward potential of the brain at any age and stage. We hope you will come away from this talk with new insights!

Be sure to register so you can hear about [speaker’s] findings; there should be time at the end for some Q&A.