• Sound Health: Music and the Mind
          Sond HealthTDLC investigator Dr. John Iversen will be speaking at Music and the Mind, held at The Kennedy Center on September 7-8, 2018. The program "brings together some of today's most innovative artists and leading neuroscientists to explore connections between music, rhythm, and brain development." Read about the event on The Kennedy Center website, or download the flyer here!

        • Learning How to Learn bookLearning How to Learn: How to Succeed in School Without Spending All Your Time Studying; A Guide for Kids and Teens
          Drs. Terry Sejnowski and Barbara Oakley's new book aimed at kids and teens is now available! The book, described as "a surprisingly simple way for students to master any subject," is based on one of the world's most popular online courses and the bestselling book, A Mind for Numbers. More

        • When surgeons removed one sixth of a child's brain, here's what happened
          The article discusses a new case study published in the journal Cell Reports, co-authored by TDLC investigator Dr. Marlene Behrmann (Carnegie Mellon University) and her team. Read the CNN article (CNN, 7/31/18) View case study Read another article on KPBS!

        • New summer internship underway at UC San Diego (7/18/18, 10 News)
          Dr. Leanne Chukoskie founded a program that has hired dozens of paid interns diagnosed with autism. The interns develop computer apps that can help others with autism, as well as anyone trying to improve motor skills and focus. Read more about this exciting program, and listen to some of the interns being interviewed!

        • Insight without Incision: Advances in noninvasive brain imaging offers improvements to epilepsy surgery
          (Carnegie Mellon University, 7/15/18)
          Dr. Marlene Behrmann and Michael Tarr's labs are part of a team that have created an ultra-resolution EEG modality with Dr. Pulkit Grover at CMU. More

        • Can science-based video games help kids with autism?
          The article discusses work at UC San Diego's Research on Autism and Development (RAD) Laboratory with Director, Jeanne Townsend, and Associate Director, Leanne Chukoskie. More (6/22/18, Science; originally published on Spectrum)

        • Lara Rangel and Pamela Rivière

          TDLC COMES FULL CIRCLE: TDLC's final San Diego Fellow, Pamela Rivière, receives an NSF Graduate Research Fellowship to work with former TDLC Fellow Lara Rangel

          TDLC has always valued mentorship and collaboration. More than 150 students have participated in Center laboratories across 18 research institutions in four countries (U.S., Canada, England, and Australia)! A great example is the mentorship between Dr. Andrea Chiba, former trainee Dr. Lara Rangel (above, right), and current student Pamela Rivière (above, left). More

        • The TDLC Newsletter - June 2018 - is now available!

        • CoEDL Opie robotHow AI is helping preserve Indigenous languages: Australian researchers have partnered with Google to preserve endangered Indigenous languages
          TDLC Investigator Janet Wiles, a researcher with the ARC Centre of Excellence for the Dynamics of Language (CoEDL), has been working to transcribe and preserve endangered languages. Last year, CoEDL partnered with Google to develop what is known as "machine learning" technology, which can process audio recordings. In addition, with the help of the Ngukurr Language Centre, they have developed a robot, known as Opie, that aids in teaching children the local languages. (photo to right; source: supplied in article). (SBS News, 5/31/18) More

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