Your brain is one of the most complicated organs in your body, yet our physical health often receives more attention than the health of our brains. Brain Awareness Week was established in 1996 by in any effort to foster public enthusiasm and support for brain science.
Partners include colleges and universities, hospitals, medical research institutions, K-12 schools, advocacy groups, professional associations, government agencies, corporations, and outreach organizations,
such as NAMI!
We hope you’ll take some time this week to learn more about brain health and build awareness about the important of brain and brain science and it’s impact on our everyday lives.