We currently have the following open positions to offer:
Provides lifelong care, treatment and rehabilitation for mentally
and physically ill, destitute women.
We refer European clinicians for placements with the Mauli Seva
Pratishthan (MSP) charitable trust, which provides lifelong care,
treatment and rehabilitation for mentally and physically ill,
Members of the Women’s Brain Project have
published a large body of scientific research
that addresses sex and gender differences in
brain and mental health – considering all
relevant individual and environmental
We are regular contributors to academic
courses. Our higher education activities
include CAS University of Zurich Sex and
The Be Brain Powerful® Campaign aims to create fundamental change in the way we think about and care for our brains. Understanding the latest science behind cognitive decline, brain health and preventive measures is critical to empower individuals when it comes to their brain and mental health.
The Women’s Brain Project is pleased to offer the adapted and translated campaign in Switzerland in collaboration with the Global Alliance on Women’s Brain Health and USAgainstAlzheimer’s, who launched the original campaign in the United States in 2019.
Would you like to take part in a short and easy training course for better brain health? The Be Brain Powerful® challenge is now available in Switzerland in four languages.
The Brain Health Challenge engages women in a brain healthy lifestyle with daily tips and tasks. You can sign up for the 30-day challenge in English, German, French or Italian by:
We also invite you to fill out our Brain Health Survey. The
pre-campaign survey takes 5 minutes to fill out, and answers are
anonymous. This will give us a better understanding of how brain
health is perceived in Switzerland.