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Children at CP Camp
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With a deep understanding that there is an urgent need to advance treatments for Cerebral Palsy (CP), the most common motor disability in childhood1, Dr.

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February 11th is the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, a day that celebrates the contributions of women and girls in research globally. BNI promotes the next generation of neuroscientists through our educational programs for high school and college students.
2021 News Highlights
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As we celebrate and review our accomplishments of the year 2021, a spotlight shines on our strides taken towards advancing the study of neurological diseases and injuries.

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Our mission is to translates groundbreaking research into clinical treatments that repair the brain and spinal cord to help people walk, speak, see, and remember again. Discovering scientific breakthroughs to restore abilities, can help reduce the sacrifices made by caregivers and renew hope for millions.
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Faculty and staff of the Burke Neurological Institute (BNI) reunited in-person and remotely to attend a two-day Annual Retreat at the Minerals Resort and Spa at the Crystal Springs Resort.
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In a landmark research study on eighty-two children with spastic cerebral palsy (CP) on one side of the body, researchers at Burke Neurological Institute, Teacher’s College-Columbia University, and Weill Cornell Medicine learned that two intensive training therapies improved hand and arm function, allowing children to learn new, long-term life skills regardless of how the injured brain had re-wired itself.