University Designated Centers and Institutes

Center for Biobehavioral Neurosciences in Communications Disorders

Director:  Mabel Rice, Ph.D.


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At the Center for Biobehavioral Neurosciences in Communications Disorders (BNCD) researchers are addressing the causes and treatment of communication disorders across the life span from infancy to old age.

The Center fosters productivity and collaboration among a group of leading scientists from a variety of disciplines. Shared resources enlarge the potential impact and the ease of doing research. The Center makes available the expertise of staff members who are skilled in statistics, participant recruitment, and computer engineering.


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