Tenth Annual Competition
It was a fantastic weekend – stellar performance from all our competitors!
Congratulations to our top three winners!
First place: Prerana Keerthi, Toronto Brain Bee
Second place: Sydney Johnson, Guelph Brain Bee
Third place: Denzil Boyd Jr., Hamilton Brain Bee
Our full list of competitors:
Anjali Patadia, Calgary Brain Bee
Rahul Singla, Edmonton Brain Bee
Sydney Johnson, Guelph Brain Bee
Denzil Boyd Jr., Hamilton Brain Bee
Dhruv Patel, Kingston Brain Bee
Fay Zhuang, London Brain Bee
Sofia Paoli, New Brunswick Brain Bee
William Hibbs, Newfoundland Brain Bee
Nathan Biniam, Ottawa Brain Bee
Lubna Burki, Saskatchewan Brain Bee
Prerana Keerthi, Toronto Brain Bee
Sangeetha Kasturi, Vancouver Brain Bee
Zoey Cole, Victoria Brain Bee
Nikhil Patil, Waterloo Brain Bee
Sophie Kim, Winnipeg Brain Bee
On Saturday, May 27, 2017, high school students from across Canada will come to McMaster University to compete for the CIHR Canadian National Brain Bee championship. They will engage in challenging events, testing their knowledge of neuroscience and their skills at patient diagnosis and neuroanatomy.
The national competitors are the top students in their region – champions who have already won their local brain bee competitions. Local competitions are held coast to coast: Victoria, Vancouver, Edmonton, Calgary, Saskatoon, Winnipeg, London, Waterloo, Guelph, Hamilton, Toronto, Kingston, Ottawa, Montreal, Halifax, and Newfoundland Brain Bees. These students are the next generation of neuroscientists!
Our 1st, 2nd, and 3rd place national winners will receive trophies and cash prizes ($1500 for 1st place, $1000 for 2nd place, and $500 for 3rd place). Our 2017 champion will be honoured on a beautiful perpetual trophy which will be put on display at their high school for one year. Our 2017 champion will be given the opportunity to work in a neuroscience laboratory. Our 2017 champion will travel to Washington DC, to represent Canada at the International Brain Bee World Championship (IBBWC). More details coming soon.
Best of luck to everyone competing in their local competitions across Canada! If you have won your local competition, you can learn more about how to prepare for the Canadian National Brain Bee on this page.
If you are a student interested in the brain bee competition in your local area, look for contact information under Local Brain Bees, organized by city name.
Like our page on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/CanadianNationalBrainBee.
Check out our highlights from previous years under the History and Photos menu at the top of this page.