Center for BrainHealth

New $500K Prizes Funded by Lyda Hill Will Promote Scientific Research and Innovation

by | May 24, 2023
Lyda Hill Philanthropies and TAMEST, the Texas Academy of Medicine, Engineering, Science, and Technology, have launched the Hill Prizes. The new program will provide $2.5 million in funding to support the research of Texas scientists.
UTD Center for BrainHealth Receives Record-Breaking Donation from Sammons Enterprises
by | Apr 7, 2022
Center chief Sandra Chapman says the gift will help researchers develop strategies and technologies "to make sure our best brain years are ahead of us."
research coronavirus UT Southwestern AI
Discovery: UT Southwestern Finds Coronavirus Vulnerabilties, CPRIT Awards North Texans $21M for Cancer Research
by | Feb 21, 2020
In this weekly roundup of research and development activity in North Texas, you’ll read about a study led by researchers at the University of Texas at Arlington that could lead to better treatment for osteoporosis, and the Center for BrainHealth seeking pilot phase participants.
emotions study
Happy? Sad? New UTD Study Uses AI to Examine What Affects Our Emotions
by | Jul 30, 2019
Participants in this 45-day study will track their emotions in real time using the Mindcurrent app and Apple Watch data.

R&D: Helping Moms of Premies Battle Depression, PTSD; Common Diabetes Drug Cracks Chronic Pain

by | Oct 19, 2018
Also, you'll learn about an UT Southwestern scientist winning a $3 million award, and how MyndVR is promoting research into VR's medical role. Here are some of the research projects underway in North Texas that could make lives better.
Dallas Innovators: Bonnie Pitman Does Something New Every Day
by | Oct 10, 2018
She's an art historian, scholar, and director at the Center for BrainHealth. But, perhaps her most innovative work is the creation of Do Something New—a daily practice that makes even the most ordinary of days, extraordinary.
Top, from left, Salvador Espino and Dr. Sandra Chapman; center, Geoff Moore, Betsy Price, Charles Taylor, and Joe DePetrillo; bottom, April Barnes.
DI People: UNTHSC Names Provost, EVP; TWU Appoints Associate VP, CIO; Chapman Honored by Les Femmes du Monde
by | Jul 23, 2018
In this roundup of DFW personnel activity, awards, and honors, you'll also find details about honors for Fort Worth Mayor Betsy Price and Envy Gaming naming new president, COO.
On Tap: DWE Women’s Expo, Business For Breakfast & SOLUNA International Festival
Browse our curated selection of events to plan your next week — and beyond.

On Tap: Art in the Dark, Trade Vs. Tech & Social Innovation Luncheon

Browse our curated selection of events to plan your next week — and beyond.
On Tap: BionorthTX Event, Cocktails + Conversation & Foodies for Philanthropy
Browse our curated selection of events to plan your next week — and beyond.
Discovery: New Hope for Extending Brain Function, UTD Testing Unique Education Method for Physics
by | Feb 9, 2018
Every day, researchers and scientists across North Texas are discovering new things to improve our health and make our lives easier. Here are some of their stories.
On Tap: Trend, BrainHealth Lecture & LinkedIn Local
Browse our curated selection of events to plan your next week — and beyond.
Brain Performance Institute teams with Mastermind Dallas-Fort Worth

Brain Performance Institute, Mastermind Partner on Workshops, Seminars

by | Nov 7, 2017
Offerings will include the four-week Mindfulness for Beginners and Mindfulness for Anxiety seminars, and 90-minute workshops.
brain performance
Innovative Spaces: Brain Performance Institute Derives Design Inspiration from Human Brain Itself
by | Oct 18, 2017
INNOVATIVE SPACES | The Brain Performance Institute building is meant to pay homage to the human brain, making it a fitting place to maximize the human brain’s potential.
stem cells
DFW Research Roundup: Cannabis, Earth-like Planets, and Stem Cells
by | Aug 25, 2017
Researchers across North Texas are making discoveries and breakthroughs in their laboratories.
Brain Health
Center for BrainHealth Creates Program for Dallas Police
by | Mar 1, 2017
The 18-month program will provide officers with brain-enhancing tools for decision making and stress management.