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Figure 2 from Snoring Remediation with Oral Appliance Therapy Potentially Reverses Cognitive Impairment: An Intervention Controlled Pilot Study

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Dental Device for Snoring May Slow Onset of Alzheimer’s Disease

A multidisciplinary team of researchers discovered that an oral appliance not only improves breathing rate during sleep, but also appears to reverse cognitive impairment.

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First place winner Rian Macbride at the third Art of Kindness Exhibition.

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Neuroscience and Empathy Come Together at the Art of Kindness Exhibition

The Center for BrainHealth, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, hosted the third annual Art of Kindness art contest and exhibition in collaboration with UT Dallas School of Arts, Technology and Emerging Communication (ATEC) and the Department of Computer Science. The competition was the strongest year yet with over 75 submissions.

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Susan Hockfield Receives Prestigious Charles L. Branch BrainHealth Award

Center for BrainHealth® brought together a who’s who of academic leaders, scientists and philanthropists to honor Dr. Susan Hockfield as the 10th recipient of the Dr. Charles L. Branch BrainHealth Award – the Center’s highest science honor.

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Friends of BrainHealth 2021 Winners

The Center for BrainHealth, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, recently hosted the annual Friends of BrainHealth Scientist Selection Luncheon at the Dallas Country Club.

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Center for BrainHealth Battles COVID-Induced Stress with Brain Health Strategies & Tools

Center for BrainHealth®, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, raised a record-breaking $71,896 during the 2021 North Texas Giving Day, which included a $33,000 matching gift from Laurie and Todd Platt.

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The BrainHealth Project Honored as a Finalist in Fast Company’s 2021 Innovation by Design Award

The BrainHealth® Project, with technology partner Dialexa, was named a finalist in Fast Company’s 2021 Innovation by Design Awards, in the Wellness category. This easy-to-use online platform delivers a unique, science-backed program to measure, improve and track one’s own brain fitness, powered by data and machine learning.

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New Board Members Boost Center for BrainHealth’s Bold Endeavors

Center for BrainHealth®, part of The University of Texas at Dallas, has announced new members to its advisory board and young professionals group, Think Ahead Group (TAG).

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Closing the Brain Health Gap: Addressing Women’s Inequalities

There is a clear sex and gender gap in outcomes for brain health disorders across the lifespan, with strikingly negative outcomes for women.

Oxford University Press

Bonnie Pitman w/ multicolored scarf in front of blue, green lights, horizontal. Director Art-Brain Innovations, Center for BrainHealthDistinguished, Scholar in Residence for The Edith O’Donnell Institute of Art History (EODIAH)

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Chronic Illness Cost This Former Dallas Museum Director Her Career. Embracing Novelty Gave Her New Life.

Working with UT-Dallas’s Center for BrainHealth, Bonnie Pitman uses her expertise in art to help both physicians and people living with debilitating conditions.

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Dr. Yune Lee Brings the Power of Music to the Center for BrainHealth

New Assistant Professor in the UT Dallas Department of Speech, Language and Hearing at the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences will apply a mechanistic approach to understanding and improving brain health with music.

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BrainHealth Project Summer Scholars Program Inspires the Next Generation to be Agents of Change

Internship engages the innovative ideas of STEM undergraduate and graduate students from universities across the country.

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Virtual Training Helps Underserved Middle Schoolers Hone Social Skills

BrainHealth® researchers demonstrate real-world application for Charisma™ virtual social training

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Freeman Teams Up with The Center for BrainHealth to Help Improve Employee Wellbeing, Address Covid Stressors

With so many people across the world facing a plethora of mental and emotional challenges, we’ve come to understand in no uncertain terms how stress can negatively impact our performance, both personally and professionally.

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UT Dallas Embarks on Study to Help Boost Brain Power

Did you know it’s possible to boost your brain power?

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3 Incredible Breakthroughs That Are Transforming Our Understanding of the Brain

Scientists have made great strides in understanding the organ’s complexities.