The Synapse Project encourages young women to enter the field of neuroscience through information and mentorship. This website is designed to aid students in learning about the brain and current neuroscience research. In addition, this project connects young women to distinguished leaders in the neuroscience community (our Advisory Board) who can provide advice, networking, and unique opportunities for internships and jobs.
My hope is that The Synapse Project will encourage and empower more young women to pursue a career in neuroscience. Just as a “synapse” is the junction between two nerve cells, I created this website to serve as a junction between esteemed neuroscience leaders and young women who aspire to join the exciting community of researchers, doctors, and policy advisors who are passionate about the brain.
Grace Greenwald, age 17, founder of The Synapse Project
We’re Making Headlines!
Scientific American Mind:
“Teen Builds Gateway to the Brain for Girls”
New York Academy of Science:
“The Synapse Project: Inspiring the Future of Neuroscience”
The Denver Post:
“Student Starts Website Urging Young Women to Enter Neuroscience”
“‘Brain City': Where Art Meets Neuroscience”
“Encouraging Women to Enter Neuroscience”