BioEYES Partners

University of Pennsylvania
Philadelphia is home to our original BioEYES branch, originally started at Thomas Jefferson University in 2002 and moving to the University of Pennsylvania in 2007. Educators from BioEYES Philadelphia have delivered our program to over 55,000 students in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
Carnegie Institution for Science
When our founder, Dr. Steven Farber, came down from Philadelphia to Baltimore in 2007 he brought BioEYES with him. Working out of the Carnegie Institution for Science Deprtment of Embryoplogy, BioEYES Baltimore has worked with more than 39,000 students since its inception, and assisted Baltimore County Public Schools to deliver BioEYES to a further 12,000 students.
Monash University
Our first branch outside the United States, BioEYES Australia, began in 2010 at Monash University in Melbourne, Victoria. Since then it has partnered with the Australian Regenerative Medicine Institute to deliver BioEYES to more than 14,000 students.
University of Utah
The newest branch of BioEYES started up in 2015 at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah. Sponsored by the Department of Pediatrics, Pediatric Research Enterprise, BioEYES Utah has reached over 7,700 students.
Pennsylvania Society for Biomedical Research
Between 2012 and 2018, PSBR’s science outreach efforts engaged more than 26,000 students, 2,200 teachers, and countless members of the public. Through a variety of educational materials, programs, and in-class activities that now incorporate Project BioEYES, our goal is to educate today’s students so they can become future scientists, engaged citizens, and champions of biomedical research!.
Proudly partnered for the advancement of science education
University of Pennsylvania
Carnegie Institution for Science
University of Utah
Monash University
Thomas Jefferson University