Global Leader in Regenerative Medicine and Research to Conduct 'Brain Repair' at New Facility
It wasn't long ago that permanent brian damage from a stroke, a spinal cord injury, or traumatic brain injury was the norm. But new developments at White Plains-based Burke Medical Research Institute are bringing new...
Ribbon-cutting at Burke Medical Research Institute
...new technologies, medical protocols, and hope for patients and their caregivers alike.
Friday, the Winifred Masterson Medical Research Institute, the research arm of Burke Rehabilitation Center and Weill Cornell Medical College, launched its new multi-million dollar regenerative medicine research laboratories, occupying more than 40,000 square feet of space, to conduct research, trials, and therapy to solve the problems of disability caused by neurological disease and trauma.
What many in the nation realize is that Burke is the global leader in regenerative medicine. The campus on Mamaroneck Avenue in White Plains is teeming with the world's top researchers, many of whom relocate here internationally, for the privilege of participating in the cutting-edge research and treatment conducted at Burke.
L-R: Marissa Brett, executive director, Economic Development, WCA; Mary Beth Walsh, M.D., CEO, Burke Rehabilitation Center; Amy Allen, managing director, Advocacy and International Trade, WCA at the September 14, 2012 ribbon-cutting.