Brain Bee

A Neuroscience Competition for High School Students

The 2020 U.S. National Brain Bee on the NEOMED campus has been cancelled due to the concerns associated with the transmission of COVID-19. Rescheduling the event will be considered after April 3.

A worldwide neuroscience competition for high school students, the Brain Bee motivates students to learn about the brain, captures their imaginations and inspires them to pursue neuroscience careers in order to help treat and find cures for neurological and psychological disorders.

Be part of something extraordinary

NEOMED's Regional Brain Bee

The Regional Brain Bee was held at NEOMED in January 2020. Check back soon for information on tutoring and registration for the 2021 Regional Brain Bee.

Tutoring & Registration

National Brain Bee Competition

Winners of the Regional Brain Bee Competitions are invited to participate in the National Competition. The 2020 USA Brain Bee Championship will be held March 27-29 on NEOMED’s campus in Rootstown, Ohio.

More on the National Competition

Students at the Brain Bee competition

Do you know…

  • what determines intelligence?
  • how eyes see and ears hear?
  • why we need sleep?
  • how you can improve your memory?
  • why pain exists?
  • how your brain is different from a computer?
  • what makes you who you are?

If you answered “yes” to any of these questions, and are between the ages of 14-18, you may have what it takes to enter the NEOMED Brain Bee!

Register for the NEOMED Brain Bee Tutoring Sessions available

Contact

Dana Peterson, Ph.D., M.Ed.
Assistant Professor of Anatomy and Neurobiology
Phone: 330.325.6476
Email: dpeterson@neomed.edu