Burke Rehabilitation Announces Brain Bee Winner
The Brain Bee Competition returned to Burke Rehabilitation in White Plains on March 15 for the first time in three years. Students from area high schools competed for the opportunity to advance to the National Brain Bee Championship, answering questions on brain facts, memory, emotions, and degenerative disease.
The contest is designed to encourage students to gain knowledge and pursue careers in neuroscience. The 1st Place winner was Rye High School student Odessa Meulbroek.
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