UTD’s Dr. Sandra Chapman and Dr. John Hart
To Discuss ‘Insights Into Memory Glitches’
On Glenn Mitchell Show on KERA (90.1 FM)

Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman, executive director of The University of Texas at Dallas’ Center for BrainHealth, and Dr. John Hart — who will begin as the center’s new medical director in November — will be guests on the Glenn Mitchell Show on Dallas public radio station KERA on Monday, Oct. 17, from 1 p.m. to 2 p.m. The pair will discuss how and why “memory glitches” occur. In particular, they will address asynchrony in the brain cells that retrieve stored information for objects such as features, categories, emotions and labels.

Chapman and Hart will answer questions from host Mitchell and listeners in a live broadcast from KERA studios in Dallas.

  
Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman, executive director of UTD’s Center for BrainHealth, and Dr. John Hart — who will begin as the center’s new medical director in November — will be guests on the Glenn Mitchell Show on KERA. The pair will discuss how and why “memory glitches” occur.

Hart will give a talk about the same topic on Oct. 25 as part of the center’s annual lecture series. Cost to attend that event — scheduled to take place at 7 p.m. in the Fogelson Auditorium of Presbyterian Hospital of Dallas, located at 8200 Walnut Hill — is $25 per person and includes complimentary parking. To register, call 214-905-3007 or sign up online at www.centerforbrainhealth.org.

The Glenn Mitchell Show is broadcast on 90.1 FM and is also available online.