This prize is for students enrolled in secondary school (grades 9-12) in the United States who are interesting in exploring the world of the brain and nervous system through laboratory research. To enter, applicants must submit a project that investigates a problem related to neuroscience that includes original laboratory research as well as original written work. Applicants should submit a completed application form, an abstract of 300 words maximum, research report, and bibliography. Project entries will by judged by physician and scientist members of the AAN based on the following criteria: relevance to neuroscience, creativity, interpretation of data, research reports, and communication skills.
How easy is it to apply?
This scholarship's application process may include long-term projects, contest entries or some other very time-intensive process.
How much competition is there?
The competition for this scholarship will be average.
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