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BrainHealth Collaborates with Yale: Virtual Triumph, Real World Success

The Center for BrainHealth has partnered with Yale University's Child Study Center to study brain change and real-life effects of a virtual reality training program for those with autism.
By: The Center for BrainHealth

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Insight Into Autism: The Latest Brain Research

April is National Autism Awareness Month, a good time to put to rest some of the misconceptions about autism and to highlight exciting new brain research that will help more individuals with autism achieve productive life success.

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Faculty Chairs Honor Debbie and Jim Francis and The Meadows Foundation

For their enduring commitment and generous support, the Center for BrainHealth established two named chairs in honor of Debbie and Jim Francis and The Meadows Foundation.
By: The Center for BrainHealth

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Would You Like to Participate in Important Brain Research?

Make a real difference by taking part in unique brain studies designed to investigate all aspects of the brain – across ages, disorders, and conditions. Discover how.

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Help BrainHealth Research Change the World for the Better

The Center seeks exemplary student research scientists - including the most promising postdoctoral students. Find out how you can join the team.

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Featured Profiles

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Senior Advisor, Warrior Initiatives

Executive Assistant to Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D.

Executive Director, Brain Performance Institute

Grants and Contracts Specialist

At BrainHealth, Sarah works closely with researchers on drafting research proposals to garner funds from various agencies as well as audits funds once awarded.

Research Clinician

Dr. Didehbani conducts clinical research as a part of the BrainHealth Institute for Athletes team and administers neuropsychological assessments with professional athletes involved in the study. Dr. Didehbani, a liscensed psychologist, is also trained to conduct the repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation intervention as part of BrainHealth's research with service members returning from war.

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Don’t Accept Underperformance, Teach Kids How to Think

Underperformance in academics among American teenagers is a problem we can solve.

Researchers Win Grant to Fund Study of Multiple Sclerosis

Two Center for BrainHealth researchers have been awarded a grant to study a common complaint among many multiple sclerosis sufferers — difficulty understanding spoken language.

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10 Surprising Things About Being the Healthiest Woman You Can Be

BrainHealth's Dr. Chapman shares why the brain of a woman is primed for innovation.

Alzheimer’s: Why Women Should Be Worried

BrainHealth's Dr. Chapman spoke with WFAA's channel 8 about a new study showing Alzheimer's is far more likely than breast cancer in women over 60.

Making Noise About Alzheimer’s

Alzheimer's is a formidable foe. But our research is leading to a better understanding of Alzheimer's and ultimately, to protocols to add longevity to brain performance in brain disease, health or injury.