Bike Tour Countdown! 73 Days To Go!
Bikes, Beers, Battlestar Galactica (Battlestar Galactica not guaranteed).
B.O.S.S (Branch Out SnowShoe tour) Just Happened!
Tour Organizer Marcus Henry (left) and Branch Out Executive Director Crystal Phillips gave 20 high-kicks to neurological disorders!Read more
A fusion of music, art, technology, and neuroscience as part of a wearable technology project, “Musethereal”, for Calgary’s MakeFashion Gala (http://www.makefashion.ca)
Bragg Creek provided the backdrop for the 2nd Annual Branch Out Snowshoe Tour, in support of brain health. A lack of snow on the trails couldn’t slow the enthusiasm for participants at the sold-out event. All proceeds from the event got to brain health research. Branch Out Neurological Foundations funds research for alternative treatments for neurological disorders, including concussion.View
A few Calgary Stampeders are putting in some extra offseason training. Offensive lineman Quinn Smith, defensive end Ben D’Aguilar and strength coach Dmitri Tsoumpas are volunteering at a snowshoe tour fundraiser in support of brain health.Read more
BOSSers (Snowshoe Tour Participants)! With 10 short days to go, I’m sure you’re getting excited to hit the trails with your snowshoes!! We know a lot of you have had fundraising on the brain, and as the event comes closer, you might be feeling the pressure to hit your targets.. FEAR NO MORE!!Read more
Check out Crystal Phillip and Olympian Denny Morrison's interview on Global Calgary.View
Meet Branch Out's first PhD student
Haley Vecchiarelli, from the University of Calgary!
Haley was the first Branchy to represent Branch Out Neurological Foundation and neuroCAM in Brazil at the 2015 International Brain Research Organization World Congress!
Haley wrote about Branching Out in Brazil for us and how her neuroCAM research has the potential to impact lives around the world.Read more
Why she's a 2015 Top 40:
After being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at the age of 19, Crystal Phillips, an Olympic speed skating hopeful, was determined to find a natural way to help her body heal. Her drive has led her to help develop an academic field of study now known as neuroCAM, which is funded exclusively by her charity, the Branch Out Foundation.View