Participate in a Study
The Center for BrainHealth® is actively seeking individuals to take part in the following brain research studies. To find out more about future studies, register to receive announcements when new studies are taking place. You will also subscribe to Brain Matters Monthly, our newsletter.
Registering does not obligate you to participate in a study. You will periodically be contacted with information on studies that are taking place at BrainHealth. At that point, you can take action in order to participate in a particular study.
All Open Studies:
The BrainHealth Project – A landmark scientific study that helps people of all ages unlock their brain potential and measure improvement over time. Train your brain to work better, faster and last longer (all ages)
MRI sub-study: Now recruiting new participants for the Project in the Dallas-Ft. Worth area who are also willing to receive annual brain scans (women ages 20-50)
Brain Health in Breast Cancer (ages 28-80)
The Cindy Thomas Women's BrainHealth Study: Hormones and Brain Health
SMART Brain Training – Youth Justice System (ages 15-21)
Marijuana and the Brain (ages 18-30)
Mindfulness Study (ages 18-65)
Healthy Aging in the Brain (ages 20-35 and 55-70)
Mindfulness-Cognitive Training Study (ages 65-85)
The Center for BrainHealth is a research center focused on cognitive neuroscience. We are not medical, and our events, programs and content should not be construed as offering medical advice. For medical issues, please contact your doctor.
The BrainHealth Project
A Landmark Scientific Study
The BrainHealth Project introduces a multidimensional understanding of brain health and explores our lifelong ability to impact its fitness, no matter the starting point.
Listen to a recorded informational session to better understand how this innovative approach to brain training teaches you to focus on your own strengths and performance, empowering you to continue becoming the best version of yourself.
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