Future Talent

Leading the Next Generation

A critical part of the mission of Burke Neurological Institute (BNI) is to foster and cultivate a pool of talented young scientists, clinicians, and clinician-scientists who will lead the next generation in research studies on repair and rehabilitation of the nervous system. BNI is a leader in utilizing innovative scientific approaches to develop regenerative strategies to combat neurological disability and is academically affiliated with Weill Cornell Medicine Medical College. The Institute provides a unique and beautiful setting for both postdoctoral fellows and students to participate in cutting-edge neurorehabilitation and neuroscience research. Learn more about training programs, training opportunities and open positions to join us in leading the next generation.

Training Opportunities

Postdoctoral fellows contribute to research at Burke by conducting science in our research labs.

Postdoctoral Fellowships
Burke hosts graduate students from WCM departments of Neuroscience and Developmental Biology.
Graduate Medical Fellow Opportunities
Opportunities for Undergraduates include the Summer Science Research Program and volunteer opportunities.
Undergraduate Opportunities
High school students can contribute to research during either the summer or academic year by volunteering to work in a research lab.
Tim Zavarella, High School Scholar

Participate in Programs

Summer Science Scholars of 2017
Burke Neurological Institute invites interested and qualified undergraduate students to apply to our Summer Science Research Program.

Open Job Positions

Research Staff - Lab Member
Burke-Cornell Medical Research Institute in Westchester County, NY, has an immediate position opening for a Research Fellow in the Preclinical Stroke Research Laboratory.
Postdoctoral Fellow

We are recruiting a postdoctoral fellow to study the effects of pharmacological agents on neurophysiological measures of plasticity and behavioral outcomes after training to promote motor recovery in patients following stroke.