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Painting at the Annual Retreat 2018

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Faculty and staff of the Burke Neurological Institute ventured off-site to attend a two-day Annual Retreat at the Skytop Lodge, a majestic lodge in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.

Personal Interviews Highlight Reel

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This short video features six spotlights of Burke Neurological Institute faculty members who share their personal commitment and dedication to neurological science by answering the question "What do you love about coming to work everyday?".

Dr. Hollis' Lab Team Photo
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Dr. Edmund Hollis and his lab are working to change this staggering statistic and give hope to those suffering from neuronal damage. By focusing on motor (movement) recovery as a whole, the Hollis lab is able to not only evaluate potential therapeutic strategies for spinal cord injury, but also for stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy and neurodegenerative diseases.
Dr. Edmund R. Hollis IIAwarded National Institutes of Health grant to study strategies to promote motor recovery after spinal cord injury
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National Institutes of Health grant will be used to study potential therapeutic strategies for spinal cord injury, stroke, traumatic brain injury, cerebral palsy, and neurodegenerative diseases.
#SummerScience2019
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Over 100 undergraduate students interested in pursuing a career in biomedical sciences applied for coveted spots in the Burke Neurological Institute’s Summer Science Research Program.

SCI 2020
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Labs from Burke Neurological Institiute focusing on spinal cord injury are participating at the SCI 2020: Launching a Decade for Disruption in Spinal Cord Injury Research Conference sponsored by the

Summer Student Scholars Class of 2018
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Burke Neurological Institute invites interested and qualified undergraduate students to apply to our Summer Science Research Program. The 10-week program will run from June through August 2019. Learn more >

Summer Student Scholars Class of 2018
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Training the next generation of young talented scientists is a high priority at the Burke Neurological Institute.

Dr. Edmund R. Hollis II Awarded Prestigious New Innovator Award  from National Institutes of Health’s  High-Risk, High-Reward Research Program
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Dr. Hollis is one of fifty-five early career scientists across the United States to be awarded the NIH Director’s New Innovator Award.
Annual Retreat 2017 Group Photo
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Faculty and staff of Burke Medical Research Institute (BMRI) ventured off-site to attend a two-day Annual Retreat at the Skytop Lodge, a majestic lodge in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania.

Summer Science Scholars of 2017
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Each summer from June to August, Burke Medical Research Institute mentors the next generation of research scientists through the Summer Science Research Program.

Retreat Team 2015
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Burke Medical Research Institute faculty and staff ventured out of the Institute to Skytop Lodge, a majestic lodge in the Pocono Mountains of Pennsylvania for the two-day Annual Retreat.

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Award
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National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke (NINDS)

Rebecca Taylor, a student trainee in the Hollis lab and rising sophomore at Georgetown University, has been awarded a diversity supplement from the National Institute of Neurological Disorders and Stroke at the NIH.

Hollis Lab Photo
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New York Congresswoman Nita Lowey says federal funding will help spinal cord research at an institute in Westchester County.

Dr. Edmund R. Hollis IIAwarded National Institutes of Health grant to study strategies to promote motor recovery after spinal cord injury
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Burke Neurological Institute has been awarded a $466,241 annual federal grant for five years, which would total $2,331,205.