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Brain Bee Bootcamp

2023 Brain Bee Bootcamp

The Brain Bee Bootcamp is a partnership between the International Brain Bee (IBB) and the IYNA to provide Brain Bee participants at any level (local, regional, national) from around the world with intensive preparation. The Brain Bee Bootcamp will follow the IBB World Championship structure (written exam, patient diagnosis, neuroanatomy, neurohistology), and will culminate with a mock IBB World Championship test. Guest speakers will include previous IBB Finalists, from whom you will learn tips, tricks, and how to make the most out of your experience. ​

The 2023 Brain Bee Bootcamp will run over 5 weekends from November 18th to December 17th . Please access the informational Brain Bee Bootcamp document and review it thoroughly before registering for this year's bootcamp below.
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Featured Speakers:

James Giordano Neurology and Biochemistry Professor image
James Giordano, PhD, MPhil, is Professor in the Departments of Neurology and Biochemistry, Chief of the Neuroethics Studies Program, leads the Sub-program in Military Medical Ethics of the Pellegrino Center for Clinical Bioethics; is Special Advisor to the Brain Bank, and is Co-director of the O'Neill-Pellegrino Program in Brain Science and Global Health Law and Policy at Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington, DC, USA. The author of over 300 publications, 7 books, and 20 government whitepapers on neurotechnology, biosecurity, and ethics, he is Editor-in-Chief of the international journal Philosophy, Ethics and Humanities in Medicine; and Associate Editor of the Cambridge Quarterly of Health Care Ethics. His ongoing research addresses the neurobiological bases of neuropsychiatric spectrum disorders; and neuroethical issues arising in and from the development, use and misuse of neuroscientific techniques and neurotechnologies in medicine, public life, global health, and military applications.
Charles Watson Neurobiology Professor image
Professor Charles Watson is an eminent neurobiologist and public health physician. He specializes in brain and spinal cord mapping and has over 25 years’ experience teaching anatomy to medical and science students. During his tenure at the Health Department of Western Australia from 1982 to 1994, Charles’ achievements included setting up the Quit campaign and establishing breast cancer screening in Western Australia. He was appointed Chief Health Officer in 1993. Charles currently holds professorial positions at Curtin, University of Queensland, University of NSW, and the University of WA. He has authored or co-authored 25 books on neuroscience and is best known for his atlas of the rat brain, which has been cited over 85,000 times. He has published over 100 journal articles, and his recent work focuses on gene expression in the developing brain. Charles was made a member of the Order of Australia for his work in brain research and public health in 2004.