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  • CVL councilmember and benefactor’s life remembered in the Dallas Morning News.click here

  • Aging-themed issue of Nautilus Magazine explores cognitive benefits of learning a new game such as chess, cites CVL.click here

  • ‘Fitizen’ group at the Jewish Community Center of Dallas learns about research at CVL. click here

  • CVL research published in JoN finds that some memories persist in the face of strong interference. click here

  • Dr. Sara Festini’s research probes busyness levels and cognitive performance.click here

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CVl Annual Review

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

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2020 Science Symposium

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Advances in Human Brain Stimulation and Cognitive Enhancement
Friday, January 31 9:00 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.

Keynote Speaker

Stimulating the Hippocampal Memory Network
Joel Voss, PhD –  Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine

Invited Speakers

Non-Invasive Targeting and Modification of Large-Scale Brain Networks in Individual Subjects
Gagan Wig, PhD – Center for Vital Longevity, UT Dallas

Stimulating Training: Evidence for Improved Working Memory after Training Paired with tDCS
Marian Berryhill, PhD – University of Nevada, Reno

Is the Parietal Lobe a Favorable Target for Deep Brain Stimulation to Modulate Human Episodic Memory?
Bradley Lega, MD – UT Southwestern Medical Center

*Seating is limited, please register early.  For more information please contact cvlevents@utdallas.edu