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Coronavirus Update

To protect the health of the people we serve, Burke Neurological Institute has temporarily paused student applications and enrollment in Summer Science Research Program and Student Volunteer opportunities. At this time, Burke Neurological Institute is only offering lessons to high school students for the Introduction to Neuroscience via online webinars. Science across the Institute is prospering as we slowly reopen the Institute and work remotely analyzing data, writing papers, and applying for new funding sources. As we practice social distancing, we assure you: we are with you.

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Introduction to Neuroscience
This twice weekly, online evening course is an ideal introduction to neuroscience for highly motivated High School students.

Open Job Positions

JOB POSITION: 
Research Staff - Lab Member

The research assistant experience provides individuals who have recently completed or expected to complete a BS degree with a full-time program of research engagement under the guidance of a supervising faculty mentor.

JOB POSITION: 
Research Staff - Lab Member
The Research Technician will carry out essential research support functions in the laboratory conducting work primarily focused on mouse genetics, molecular biology and tissue analysis, as well as mouse behavior, and cell culture.
JOB POSITION: 
Research Staff - Lab Member

This person assumes responsibility, under supervision of Animal Facility Manager, for the care of the animals for the Burke Research Animal Resource Center (BRARC).

JOB POSITION: 
Research Staff - Lab Member

Applications are invited for a research assistant position at the Burke Neurological Institute, affiliated with Cornell University.

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