- Sheza Habib, a Collegium V Honors Neuroscience and Psychology double major and an Academic Excellence (AES) scholar
- Billal Homayoun, a Collegium V Honors Biology and Neuroscience double major and an AES scholar
- Dipika Bhatia, a Collegium V Honors Healthcare Studies major and an AES scholar.
Student-Led Global BrainHealth and Wellness Initiative Launches, Powered by Center for BrainHealth
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Sandra Bond Chapman, PhD
Chief Director Dee Wyly Distinguished Professor, School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences Co-Leader, The BrainHealth Project
Julie Fratantoni, PhD, CCC-SLP
Head of Research Integration and Partnerships
Internship engages the innovative ideas of STEM undergraduate and graduate students from universities across the country.
2020 Art of Kindness competition will apply grant funding towards developing an open educational resource about computer science, arts and brain health.
Research shows that innovative thinking can even help intercept and significantly lessen depressive symptoms.
SMART training provides immediate and long-term academic benefits. New research demonstrates that neuroscience training equips teachers with the tools and confidence to reduce learning gaps in eighth grade students, as measured by State of Texas Assessment of Academic Readiness (STAAR) performance.
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