Time for SharpBrains’ March e-newsletter, wrapping up this month’s key neuroscience studies, neurotechnology news and brain fitness insights.
Enjoy the spring!
Heads-up: early bird rates to register for How to Navigate Conventional and Complementary ADHD Treatments for Healthy Brain Development–our upcoming online course featuring Duke University’s Dr. David Rabiner–end tomorrow Wednesday, April 1st, 2015. Click here to learn more about the course objective, Faculty and syllabus!
Heads-up about a great upcoming event. The NeuroGaming 2015 Conference and Expo on May 6–7 is the place where mind and body meet game play, where neurogame developers share the latest emotional, cognitive, sensory and behavioral technologies to create compelling experiences to engage and entertain gamers worldwide. New this year — ESCoNS Pre-conference Summit, to take a deep dive on academically rigorous research into the future of therapeutic neurogames for brain disorders. Read the rest of this entry »
By: Dr. David Rabiner
Dear SharpBrains reader,
I hope you are doing well.
I am writing to let you know about an upcoming online course on how to navigate ADHD treatments that I am developing with Alvaro Fernandez, founder of the SharpBrains service tracking applied brain science. The course will take place this May, and is intended to equip parents and allied professionals with the information they need to Read the rest of this entry »
Mobile mashup: The military’s proliferating mix of smartphones and tablets (Defense Systems):
“Smartphones and tablets are rapidly making their way into military operations, trimming costs and giving warfighters tightly focused capabilities. But these benefits raise a host of challenges, ranging from security and the need for ruggedization, to requirements for Read the rest of this entry »
FDA Has Cleared New Cognitive Screening Tests (Alzforum):
“The Food and Drug Administration recently cleared, meaning it deemed safe, two tests that may help doctors screen for cognitive decline. One is the so-called Cognision system from Neuronetrix, a company based in Read the rest of this entry »
By: Dr. David Rabiner
An unfortunate reality is that many children with ADHD do not have access to high quality, evidence-based treatment for ADHD. This is especially true in rural communities where children are generally treated by primary care providers who may have less ADHD-specific training than child psychiatrists and where Read the rest of this entry »