Brain Awareness Week is a celebration of the ongoing work to advance brain science and promote its funding.
Brain Awareness Week is the global campaign to foster public enthusiasm and support for brain science. Every March, partners host imaginative activities in their communities that share the wonders of the brain and the impact brain science has on our everyday lives.
How To Get Involved
Brain Awareness Week is an opportunity to educate, promote, advocate for, and support brain science and research. Explore these tools and resources to share your discoveries with the public.
Share the Wonders of Brain Science and research with your community!
Fact Sheets For Kids and Adults – Print and share these fact sheets on various topics in brain science.
Puzzles for Kids and Adults – Distribute fun and challenging puzzles that teach kids and adults about the brain
For the Neurology Community
The Society For Neuroscience has helped develop ways for the Neurology community to get involved in Brain Awareness Week. Explore these tools and resources to share your discoveries with the public.
- Share information that is relevant, informative, and engaging.
- Offer local businesses a workshop to raise employees’ awareness about brain function, fitness, and disease.
- Get students, educators, seniors, families, and the general public excited about brain science and new developments.
- Get the word out
- Inform policymakers and elected officials
American Brain Coalition
The American Brain Coalition is also helping to spread the word about Brain Awareness Week. Check out their resources here.
We encourage you to learn more about The mission of The Bee Foundation. We are continuing to build a robust and dynamic research community with our Scientific Advisory Board, donors and network of researchers. Our community, grant recipients and research community, is committed to advancing brain aneurysm research. We encourage you to learn more about our 2022 Research Grant.
Learn more about Brain Awareness Week at https://brainawareness.org/