BRAIN HEALTH LAB

Building a Better Future

We seek to develop and apply the public health tools of the 21st century, integrating functional neuroimaging and mobile technologies, to identify risk and health profiles of activity- cognitive, physical, and social. We will use these profiles to design novel mobile applications and lifestyle approaches that harness the brain’s and body’s natural regenerative potential, from mid life into later ages, to delay and prevent the onset of dementias.

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GET TO KNOW US

Dedicated to Enhancing the Lives of Others

At Carlson Lab, we believe that the best solutions come from the people who are most affected by the problem. We have dedicated our lives to working with these communities — providing whatever support they need in order to unlock their potential. We want all individuals to envision their goals and realize they have the ability to make their dreams a reality.

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LATEST NEWS

The article titled "Exploring the Relationship Between Engagement in Enriching Early-Life Activities During Adolescence and Cognition in Later-Life: Results From the Health and Retirement Study" has been published in Research on Aging, with Breanna Crane as the first-author!

The paper titled "Life-space Mobility in Older Men: The Role of Perceived Physical and Mental Fatigability" has been published in the Journal of Gerontology: Medical Sciences, with Dr. Kyle Moored as the first-author. Congratulations to Kyle and collaborators!  

 

Congratulations to our lab alumnus, Dr. Kyle Moored, on receiving the "Best Virtual Postdoc Poster" award  in the theme of Dementia Care and Public Health at the 2021 Alzheimer's Association International Conference (AAIC)​!     

Dr. Carlson received a grant from the Department of Defense to implement Bandit the Dolphin for people recovering from traumatic brain injuries (TBIs).

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RESEARCH UDPATES

Stimulation With Intricate Movements (SWIM) study

SWIM aims to assess the feasibility and short-term impact of an immersive, interactive computer game, called Bandit the Dolphin, on the cognitive and functional health of aging adults living in the community.

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