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Photos of Kathleen
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In the Media
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As a part of our “Unstoppable” series, I had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Kathleen Friel. Dr. Friel was born with cerebral palsy (CP), a neurological disability that affects her speech, walking, and fine motor skills. As she grew up, Kathleen’s interest in science blossomed.
Zen rocks
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Article
Helpful wellness webinars and local resources to join while staying safe at home.
String of flags in Friel Lab
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A few years ago, a member of my research laboratory expressed fear about changing policies regarding US immigration. As an American citizen, my eyes were opened to the challenges that immigrants and visiting scholars must face when they move to the United States.
Cyril and Carlo working on their roof top
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Research scientists around the world are still carrying on with “The Mission” to conduct the science hope demands. This article by Dr. Cyril Eleftheriou, with contributions from Drs. Julia Kaiser, Paola Bianchimano and Carlo Corona of the Burke Neurological Institute outlines what scientists are focusing on in times of a PAUSE in experimentation.
Woman doing yoga at home
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Exercising, deep breathing or meditating to music are great ways to manage anxiety, change and destress while practicing social distancing. Enjoy the following list of resources to help you find new ways to continue working out and reset with positive energy.
Science Gives Hope
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Amid the coronavirus pandemic, at the Burke Neurological Institute, our goal is to help the people we serve find hope and wellness during a time that may seem hopeless. We hope you find this webpage to be a helpful resource as we navigate through this challenging time.