Latest Branch Out News

Controlling a smart home with your smart brain

Controlling a smart home with your smart brain Researcher Daphne Kaketsis Principal Investigator Dr. Ephrem Zewdie Institution University of Calgary Grant Type Undergraduate grant in 2019 Disorder Qualdriplegia READ FULL …

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Can enriched environments improve hemorrhagic stroke outcomes?

Can enriched environments improve hemorrhagic stroke outcomes? Researcher Jasmine Aziz Principal Investigator Dr. Fredrick Colbourne Institution University of Alberta Grant Type Undergraduate grant in 2016 Disorder Stroke READ FULL REPORT …

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Bringing the brain stimulation clinic home with you

Bringing the brain stimulation clinic home with you Researcher Jean-Philippe Miron Principal Investigator Dr. Jonathon Downar Institution University of Toronto Grant Type Graduate Disorder Multiple sclerosis, depression, anxiety READ FULL …

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Read our 2021/2022 Impact Report

We’re looking back and highlighting the innovative research we’ve funded over the past two years.

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Bike Tour 2022: that’s a wrap!

We’re still riding the high from an epic weekend in Invermere, celebrating all things brain health!

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GUEST POST: Learning to navigate a city, but reducing memory symptoms

Could building up navigation skills help reduce memory symptoms in MS patients? These researchers think it might just.

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Your Brain on Art 2021: that’s a wrap!

A first for Branch Out, Your Brain on Art 2021 was an entirely virtually event! We were absolutely blown away by the energy and success of the (online) evening.

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Speeding up impact

Branch Out was founded on the premise of pushing boundaries. Check out how we’re committed to funding research that impact individuals living with neurological disorders.

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South Rotary Club & Branch Out funding vital research for kids

A new transcranial magnetic brain stimulation (TMS) machine at the Alberta Children’s Hospital will support children with major depressive disorder, epilepsy and Tourette’s syndrome.

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GUEST POST: brainwaves in the wild

Our research director takes a break from the lab, and explores what happens to our brain when we study outdoors.

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