Published: March 2, 2017

richardson and thayerCU Psychology and Neuroscience Research Assistant Professor Emily Richardson and graduate student Rachel Thayer (Clinical, mentored by Kent Hutchison) were in the news as a result of the clinical assessment work they're doing with local homeless people through the Raimy Clinic's Brain Behavior Clinic, supported in part by a grant from CU's Office for Outreach and Engagement. An article in Daily Camera and in the campus e-newsletter CU Boulder Today describes how the clinic provides free cognitive evaluations to homeless people. As a result of these evaluations, homeless people are often able to qualify for disability benefits they might not otherwise receive. Read more about this aspect of the Brain Behavior Clinic's program in the Daily Camera article or the CU Boulder Today article