Sandra Bond Chapman, Center for BrainHealth

May 30, 2013

Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D.
Founder and Chief Director
Center for BrainHealth
Friday, June 7

Learn what Dr. Sandra Chapman and other scientists at the Center for BrainHealth are discovering about the brain’s ability to repair and strengthen.  As the center’s founder and chief director, Chapman teaches strategies designed to optimize brain performance.  Research-based initiatives are detailed: from helping soldiers returning home with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder to bringing strategies to the classroom designed to foster innovative thinking.

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Video Extra: Watch Dr. Sandra Chapman’s TEDxTalk [1]

About Dr. Sandra Bond Chapman:

Sandra Bond Chapman, Ph.D., is the Founder and Chief Director of the Center for BrainHealth, Dee Wyly Distinguished University Chair at The University of Texas at Dallas, and author of Make Your Brain Smarter: How to Increase Your Creativity, Energy and Focus. She is committed to maximizing cognitive potential across the entire lifespan. As a cognitive neuroscientist with more than 40 funded research grants and 200 publications, Dr. Chapman’s scientific study elucidates and applies novel approaches to advance creative and critical thinking, strengthen healthy brain development, and incite innovation throughout life.

A renowned cognitive neuroscience expert, Dr. Chapman is discovering ways to build resilience, regain cognitive function and retrain the brain to maximize the immense potential of our most vital organ. Dedicated to improving lives today and changing how the public thinks and acts about the brain and its health, Dr. Chapman is committed to promoting brain health fitness, developing futuristic thinkers, and helping individuals, young or old, think smarter.


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