We took the opportunity to sit down with one of Branch Out's over-and-above-go-getters, Martin Flanagan, to learn more about why he rides in the Branch Out Bike Tour.
Are you aware of your breath? I bet you are now that I made you think about it. That tiny action of noticing your breath can be a powerful tool for promoting optimal brain health. Keep reading to learn how your breath influences your brain.
We're excited to share that one of Branch Out's funded students, Asha Hollis, published a first-author research paper in the prestigious journal Frontiers of Neuroscience.
Custom-Engineered tSMS Helmet. Custom designed and partially 3-D printed helmet used for application of tSMS with neuronavigation.Read more
Happy May Long!
While your weekend plans probably look a bit different this year, we wanted to cheer you up and let you know two new Climbduro challenges go live TODAY. It looks like it's going to be a beautiful weekend for riding!Read more
We told you the 10th Annual Bike Tour was going to be one for the books and we're here to deliver.Read more
We promised you the 10th Annual Branch Out Bike Tour would be an event to remember!
What's your brain got to do with your immune system? A lot actually. While we all brace for challenging times amidst a pandemic, learn about how your brain can boost your immune system beyond social distancing.
COVID-19 has impacted us all.
This uncertain time has undoubtedly presented challenges for you, your family and the people and organizations you care about the most.
Your Brain on Art is an annual fundraiser that blurs the lines between art, technology and neuroscience. It’s an evening cocktail gala that hosts 300+ guests who enjoy an art show, delicious food and unique research presentations.
We’re looking for creative minds to join our Your Brain on Art Leadership Committee! Help us organize the event, work with local artists, promote exciting new neurological research, and participate in the much-anticipated evening gala. Take a look at the photos from 2018 and 2019!Read more