We're thrilled the Branch Out Bike Tour returns June 17 – 19, 2022!
The Branch Out Bike Tour has always been more than a cycling event. It's a momentous weekend that brings together the Branch Out community. It's an opportunity to join forces and celebrate advancing technologies and alternative solutions to neurological disorders.
We’re looking for the next Leadership Committee to help us plan and make this the BEST Bike Tour yet!Read more
Our new Executive Director, Jam Michael McDonald, is a storytelling and marketing pro! He has over a decade of experience in the innovation space and effecting change on both a national and international level.
In Part 1, we explored the inspiration behind one of the paintings featured in Your Brain on Art and learned about the big ways that nutrition can have an impact on your health. Part 2 will take a deeper dive into this topic while illustrating the research behind another YBOA painting, Ellipse by Veronica Funk.
Join the Branch Out Foundation as we celebrate the collision between art and science!Read more
We often say "Trust your Gut" as though our gastrointestinal system has some sort of divine intelligence. Turns out, that's not entirely wrong.
In 2010, Branch Out was founded on the premise of pushing the boundaries and committed to funding research that impact individuals living with neurological disorders.
Last year, in partnership with the Rotary Club of Calgary at Stampede Park, Branch Out helped fund a brand new transcranial magnetic brain stimulation (TMS) machine for the Alberta Children's Hospital Centre for Child & Adolescent Mental Health.
This year, we're celebrating our TENTH BIRTHDAY! That's right. For the past decade, we've been on a mission to find new ways to keep brains at their best.
In honour of 10 years of Branch Out, we're excited to announce a $50,000 Matching Campaign!Read more
In recognition of Mental Illness Awareness Week, we are honoured and delighted to share this video on Branch Out funded research.Read more
Since it's Mental Illness Awareness Week, we started asking ourselves, what exactly is a mental illness?