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Dr. Elena Ivanova at microscope
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Award
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National Institutes of Health Research Infrastructure Programs

The Burke Neurological Institute has been awarded a grant of more than a half a million dollars from the National Institutes of Health Research Infrastructure Programs.

Photos of Kathleen
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In the Media
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Authority Magazine
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.
Science Gives Hope Webinar Series
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Video
View a recorded webinar from our special series on Science Gives Hope.
Collage photo of stroke research
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Article
At the Burke Neurological Institute, we are devoted to the study of stroke. From laboratory investigations to clinical research and beyond, neuroscientists are focused on advancing prevention, medical treatments, state-of-the-art rehabilitation therapies, and wellness strategies for stroke. We are carrying on with our mission to push the boundaries of stroke research.
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.
Raj in lab
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John Hopkins University
Johns Hopkins University announced with great honor to induct Dr. Raj R. Ratan, executive director of Burke Neurological Institute, into the John Hopkins Society of Scholars. Each year, the Society of Scholars Selection Committee elects a limited number of scholars, artists, and scientists who spent a portion of their careers at Johns Hopkins from among the candidates nominated by Johns Hopkins University faculty.