A new study demonstrating CRISPR gene editing in killifish opens the doors for ambitious research on the biological drivers of aging.
Download Wu Tsai Neuro's ninth Annual Report to read stories of our transformative research impact; meet inspiring members of our community; and learn about the milestones the institute has achieved in the past year.
Wu Tsai Neuro and Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign announce the fifth round of Neuroscience:Translate awards, which support teams of researchers collaborating across disciplinary boundaries in the neurosciences to develop practical solutions to address unmet clinical needs.
Wu Tsai Neuro and Stanford HAI are pleased to announce their first year of Neuroscience and AI awards, which support ambitious proposals that reimagine the ways in which these fields can work together to transform brain health, counter disease, and more.
Interdisciplinary Postdocs and Brain Resilience Scholars will advance knowledge of brain health and aging.
Shenoy was a pioneer of neuroprosthetics, a field that paired chips implanted in the brain with algorithms able to decipher the chatter between neurons, allowing people with paralysis to control computers and mechanical limbs with their thoughts.