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CVl Annual Review


CVl Annual Review

Charting Our Progress is CVL’s annual review, with archives available

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SCIENCE SYMPOSIUM

A FORUM FOR COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENTISTS

Every two years, the Center for Vital Longevity hosts a Science Symposium aimed at attracting cognitive neuroscientists from across the the region for a full day of presentations organized around a theme. The Center for Vital Longevity hosts these symposia on the 1st floor of its Viceroy Building, located at 1600 Viceroy Dr., Dallas, Texas, 75235.

The next Science Symposium will be held in early 2018. Please check back for updates.

 

The 2016 Science Symposium:

“Linking Brain Structure and Function to Cognition”

DATE: Friday, Feb. 19, 2016

Featured speaker Dr. Naftali Raz, Director of Lifespan Cognitive Neuroscience, Wayne State University. “What the Time Tells: Structural Brain Changes and their Relation to Cognition”

Additional talks:

“Bringing Psychosis Back to the Brain: Biotypes vs. Conventional Psychiatric Diagnoses – Findings from the Bipolar-Schizophrenia Network on Intermediate Phenotypes (B-SNIP)”
– Dr. Elena I. Ivleva, Department of Psychiatry, UT Southwestern Medical Center

“Transitions in the Aging Brain: What We Have Learned from Amyloid Imaging”
– Dr. Denise Park, Director of Research, Center for Vital Longevity, Univ. of Texas at Dallas

“Effects of Age and White Matter Integrity on Encoding- and Retrieval-related Functional Connectivity”
– Dr. Michael Rugg, Director, Center for Vital Longevity, Univ. of Texas at Dallas

Symposium Chair: Dr. Karen Rodrigue, Assistant Professor of Behavioral and Brain Sciences, Center for Vital Longevity, Univ. of Texas at Dallas

 

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