Very recently, the Prusky Lab has resumed limited clinical studies on children at Blythedale Children’s Hospital and adults at Burke Neurological Institute. “I am most proud of lab member’s ability to adapt to the peculiar circumstances they have found themselves in, and make outstanding progress.,” shared Dr. Glen Prusky.
The Friel Lab has quickly adjusted our daily work focus and our long-term vision for clinical trials. They are grateful for the opportunity to focus on data analysis and writing papers from a recently completed clinical trial.
Paola and Edmund share how the Hollis Lab is adapting to working at home and back in the lab to carry on their research mission during the pandemic. Paula expresses, “I am proud of this lab because it motivates its employees to do better, every day.”
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.