April 20 Apr 20
10:00 AM - 12:30 PM
Saturday Sat

Application period: Now closed

Please fill out our waiver and medical information forms and submit it with your application.

You may also join us to as an audience member solely and hear insights from your peers about neuroscience, psychology, and mental health! The deadline to register is April 17, 2024, at 11:59 PM.

Please fill out our waiver and medical information forms and submit it with your application.


Stanford High School Neuroscience Virtual Forum

Have a neuroscience project you are working on that you are passionate about and want to share with a group of students across the country that have similar interest as you? 

Join our fourth annual Stanford High School Neuroscience Virtual Forum! 

  • If selected, you will have the opportunity to present your own work related to neuroscience, psychology, and/or mental health to a national audience. This could be research, a topic or project you learned about in school, or something you've researched for fun.
  • Maybe you designed an app, created a curriculum, or wrote a paper focusing on neuroscience. This forum will allow you to enhance your presentation skills and gain exposure to a myriad of topics in the neuroscience field.
  • Swag will be awarded! 


Keynote Speakers

Guest Neuroscientists

Organizers and Moderators

Alister Sharp

Alister is a freshman at Stanford University. Her primary interests include psychopathology and neuropharmacology. Outside of neuroscience, she's interested in sustainability and environmental efforts, mental health advocacy, and the performing arts, primarily theatre and dance.

Riley Carolan

Riley is a freshman at Stanford University. Riley plays volleyball and does mental health advocacy work as a youth board member of SafeSpace, a nonprofit based in Menlo Park.

Georgia Hutchinson

Georgia attends Castilleja School. She is a co-lead of the Stanford Neuroscience Journal Club and is interested in neurorehabilitation and epilepsy. In her free time, Georgia enjoys rowing, surfing, and exploring new parks.

Pari Goel

Pari is a junior at Duke University studying Psychology and Innovation and Entrepreneurship. She is interested in understanding how technologies can be implemented to enchance access to quality of care and increase diagnostic capabilities. In college she is involved in research at the Puffer Global Mental Health Lab, the Duke Eating Disorder Lab, and the Fuqua Business School. This summer she will be at Takeda Pharmeceuticals in the Global Medical Affairs Unit. In her free time, she loves to run and spend time with family and friends.