Brain Awareness Week Media Tools
This page gathers some resources to share with the media and the public during BAW. Share the "Facts and Figures" document with those who would like more background on BAW, offer the brain facts and quizzes and other materials to journalists who might like to publish them during BAW, or use them on your website, in your newsletter, on social media, etc. For more ideas, please see the Event Ideas page. Questions or suggestions? Contact us at BAWinfo@dana.org or (212), 401-1689.
Downloadable documents (PDFs):
BAW Campaign Facts and Figures
BAW promotional piece
For printed copies please write us at BAWinfo@dana.org.
“The Brain Through the Ages” fact sheet
“Seven Facts for Seven Days”
A brain fact for each day of BAW!
Ten questions (and answers) on the brain.
Minding Your Memory: Some Practical Tips
Simple strategies for how to improve the ability to learn and remember new things, at any age.
Ten Ways You Can be a Brain Advocate
Tips for individuals who want to advocate for brain health and brain research.
Tools for Educating Policymakers
Tips and resources for reaching out to your representatives.
Primers on the brain
From the Dana Foundation, primers on brain basics, including neuroanatomy, biomarkers and the synapse.
Dana Foundation’s Media Resources
Materials for journalists from the Foundation’s Communications office, including special publications and briefing papers and news on the Foundation’s activities as well as a list of web links for journalists.
Briefing papers from the Dana Foundation
Short papers (each is around 6 pages) that take an in-depth look at timely brain topics. Each is available as a PDF download.
Scientist Q&As from the Dana Foundation
A series of Q&As providing an in-depth look at a featured scientist’s research. Each is available as a PDF download.
Dana Alliance puzzles and coloring sheets
Post to your website or submit to a journalist to run in your local paper during BAW.