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About BrainTrust

MIT BrainTrust is a student run service organization which provides support for individuals with brain injury and other neurological disorders. We run events such as talks by doctors who treat brain injuries, meditation sessions, and peer support meetings where brain injury individuals can meet and talk with one another.

Bullet journaling event

November 2019

Art show event

October 2019

Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum event

February 2020

Executive Board

Jiaxing Liu


Daiyao Zhang

VP of Buddy Program

Sreya Vangara

VP of Events

Justin Cordero

VP of Outreach/Marketing

Siam Muquit

VP of Outreach/QI

Sandhya Kalavacherla

VP of Peer Support

Wen Ting Zheng


Ayesha Ng

Student Advisor

Anna Kwon

Student Buddy Coordinator

Shruthi Shekar

Brain Injury Buddy Coordinator

Ritika Jeloka

Internal Events Chair

Stuti Khandwala

Public Events Chair

Keith Skaggs

Outreach Chair

Camille Uldry

Outreach Chair

Sabrina Meng

Outreach Chair

Sruthi Kalavacherla

Publicity Chair

Madison Sneve

Peer Support Chair

Upcoming Events

Peer Support Meeting

Our next peer support meeting will be Sunday, November 29th from 11:00am-12:30pm!

Yoga with BrainTrust

Join us on December 5th for a relaxing and refreshing yoga class!

Letter Writing

This December, join BrainTrust for our letter-writing event. More details coming soon!

Recent Updates

Speaker Series

We've invited professionals in the neuroscience field to share their experiences as part of our new Speaker Series. Go to this link to listen to our first event if you missed it!

Strokes and Care for Stroke Patients

We invited Dr. Nicole Mazwi, an instructor at Harvard Medical School, to speak about strokes and care for stroke patients.

MITSO Concert

We held our MITSO Concert event to provide a free musical performance to the brain injury community.