The University of Texas at Dallas School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences


Researchers, Emergency Medical Response Team Earn Honors

reflecting pool on campus Kathryn Wiseman and Olga Peskova both received research grants from the American Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation, while the University Emergency Medical Response team garnered the 2018 First Responder Award from the Texas Department of State Health Services. read more

Dr. Juan González Named New Dean of Graduate Education

Dr. Juan González, professor of molecular and cell biology who served as associate dean of graduate studies in the School of Natural Sciences and Mathematics, began his new role Dec. 1. read more

Psychological Study Explores How Bodies Shape First Impressions

The shape of a body can influence your perception of someone’s personality traits, according to a recent study led by doctoral student Ying “Nina” Hu. read more

School Readiness Study Moves Forward with More Funding, Findings

The Dallas Project on Education Pathways sheds light on how various factors affect the development and early academic success of low-income, African-American and Hispanic students. read more

Lifespan Brain Study Adds Possible Clue in Predicting Alzheimer’s

Denise Park and colleagues at conference table. Periodic evaluation of changing amyloid levels in the brain may offer a vital hint into who may be on a path toward the disease, according to research from the Center for Vital Longevity. read more

Neuroscientist Seeks New Migraine Answers by Analyzing Old Truths

illustration of woman with migraine with hands at her temples; brain can be seen with glowing spot Dr. Greg Dussor is leading a pair of federally funded projects aimed at learning more about the mechanisms behind a condition believed to plague more than 10 percent of people worldwide. read more

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