Quality of Life Technology Labs
Professors and students in this Jonsson School laboratory collaborate with high-technology companies and medical clinicians to improve the quality of human life by designing novel systems and tools that personalize health care, monitor vital signs and prevent disease.
Texas Analog Center of Excellence
Revolutionary integrated circuits and systems from TxACE, the largest university-based analog center in the world, impact the field of medicine in numerous ways, from extending the battery life of medical equipment to diagnosing and predicting disease through noninvasive breath tests and body sensors.
Callier Center for Communication Disorders
For half a century, the Callier Center for Communication Disorders has been dedicated to helping children and adults with speech, language and hearing disorders connect with the world. We transform lives by providing innovative, cutting-edge clinical services; engaging in pioneering research into the causes, prevention, diagnosis and treatment of communication disorders; and training the next generation of outstanding clinical providers.
Communication Technology Center (CTech)
The Communication Technology Center (CTech) serves as a catalyst for interdisciplinary collaboration and research, and as an incubator for technology projects focusing on communication disorders. Achievements in technology development at UT Dallas’ School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Erik Jonsson School of Engineering and Computer Science, and the School of Arts and Humanities have laid the groundwork for creative, successful collaboration through CTech. The Callier Center for Communication Disorders also continues to foster innovative research projects and offer leading-edge clinical care to thousands of patients.
University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center
The Texas Biomedical Device Center is actively collaborating with clinicians at the University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center (UTSW) on a number of projects. The clinical trial to use vagus nerve stimulation to treat chronic tinnitus is now recruiting. The center is making plans for additional studies with the UTSW Department of Neurological Surgery, Department of Neurology, and Department of Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery, and Department of Physical Therapy.