As we reflect on the achievements of 2020, at the forefront was maintaining a cohesive, supportive, and productive workplace amidst the pandemic and sociopolitical events that substantially impacted the Philadelphia region, United States, and world. MRRI stood true to its mission, publishing high quality scientific findings in translational neurorehabilitation, adapting existing programs and developing new programs, and continuing to provide first-rate training of tomorrow’s independent scientists. You are encouraged to explore this year’s Annual Report, where we provide in-depth updates, including our latest research publications, presentations, and grants. It is important for me to recognize and appreciate the talent, resilience, and commitment of the entire MRRI community. Our core staff, affiliates, clinical counterparts, and research participants have all stepped up to overcome the various challenges of 2020 together. Our collegial interpersonal relationships, rich and diverse expertise, and strong administrative support help make MRRI the leading scientific organization it is.
Well done, MRRI. Wishing all a safe and relaxing holiday, and a prosperous 2021.
Dylan J. Edwards, PhD
Director, Moss Rehabilitation Research Institute