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


UT Dallas' Enhanced Rehab for Stroke Doubles Movement Recovery

A method created by researchers at UT Dallas has been shown to double the rate of upper limb recovery in stroke patients, a leap forward in treating the nearly 800,000 Americans who suffer strokes each year. read more

Diabetes Drug Shows Promise for Chronic Pain

In a new study, University scientists examined how neuropathic pain responds to metformin, one of the most prescribed medications worldwide. read more

Center for Vital Longevity Receives Over $5 Million for Aging Studies

The National Institute on Aging awarded grants to Dr. Denise Park, Dr. Karen Rodrigue and Dr. Chandramallika Basak for research focusing on areas including Alzheimer’s and cognitive training. read more

For Alumna, Distinct Approach to Education Is Definitely Elementary

Jill Guthrie BA’85, whose UT Dallas experience helped shape her philosophy, founded a school that encourages active engagement, personal expression, critical thinking and dialogue. read more

Study Links Sleep Apnea, Multiple Psychiatric Disorders

Katz outdoors Dr. William Katz worked on a study that found that male military veterans who have a combination of post-traumatic stress disorder and mood disorders are more likely to experience the sleep condition. read more

New BBS Professor Explores Circuits That Control Memory

Catherine Thorn Dr. Catherine A. Thorn, an expert on the neuroscience of memory, learning and habit formation, has joined the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences. read more

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