Mount Sinai’s Brain Fair Inspiring the Next Generation of Researchers

Each year Mount Sinai’s Brain Fair is bigger and better and reaches more people than the year before. This year was no exception, hosting over 400 school children from neighborhood public schools and other members of our local community.

This year’s Brain Fair, ultimately held on Friday May 5, had to overcome a major complication: the original date was cancelled due to New York’s snowstorm in March. Despite this obstacle, the Brain Fair was a huge success. Check out this video https://youtu.be/hX_V_MtAmag.

A tremendous thank you goes to Neuroscience Graduate Students Ana Badimon, Carla Golden, Casey Lardner, and Zefa Sullivan, co-directors of MINDS (Mentoring in Neuroscience Discovery at Sinai). Special thanks also go to Alyson Davis of CEYE (Director, Center for Excellence in Youth Education) as well as Marilyn Balamaci, Elizabeth Dowling, Rose Ferrer, Alison Malouk, Chloe Politis, Jaime Rodriguez, and Veronica Szarejko. Their dedication, commitment, and passion, and recognition of the importance of sharing excitement about the brain with our community neighbors, is inspiring.

Join us next year for this great event.