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Build a resilient, smarter brain September 9

Join Dr. Sandra Chapman, distinguished professor and Chief Director of the Center for BrainHealth at UT Dallas September 9 at 10 a.m. as she shares groundbreaking research proving we can make our brains smarter and healthier.

Learn how simple changes can lead to improved productivity, mental energy and stronger health and well-being. No matter your age, Dr. Chapman will inspire you to use the power of your mind as she provides practical strategies to improve your own brain health. The webinar will be conversational in nature and provide time for questions from participants.

Register HERE!

About our speaker

Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D., Founder and Chief Director of the Center for BrainHealth at The University of Texas at Dallas, Dee Wyly Distinguished University Professor in the School of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, is committed to enhancing human cognitive capacity and the underlying brain systems across the lifespan. A cognitive neuroscientist with more than 50 funded research grants and 200+ publications, Dr. Chapman is one of the pioneers who is creating the new field of brain health. Her team is defining, measuring, improving and scaling brain health fitness protocols to reach people around the world.

Through her efforts, the Center for BrainHealth launched its Brain Performance Institute in 2017 as the translation arm to deliver rapidly emerging discoveries in cognitive brain health to the public. She spearheaded the UT Dallas BrainHealth Imaging Center, which opened in 2019 with a unique focus on developing objective measurements of gains in brain systems following interventions. Dr. Chapman is co-creator of The BrainHealth® Project, an international, multi-year collaboration of 32 of the world’s leading brain health experts uniquely focused on doubling peak brain performance, inoculating against decline and extending brain capacity to match our longer lifespan.

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