Staff working remotely
The Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute staff have transitioned to remote work in response to Santa Clara's Country shelter in place order. All meetings and events scheduled in the Stanford Neurosciences and ChEM-H Buildings are being held exclusively online or are canceled until the order is lifted.
Up-to-date information on Stanford University’s response to the SARS-CoV-2 virus and its associated disease, COVID-19, is found at the Stanford Health Alerts website.
We are pleased to announce our new class of Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellows in the neurosciences, including our first-ever Wu Tsai Neuro Interdisciplinary Graduate Program Fellow.
Wu Tsai Neuro awards Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowships (SIGFs) in neuroscience in partnership with the Vice Provost for Graduate Education and Stanford Bio-X. This year, we have also awarded the inaugural fellowship in our new Wu Tsai Neuro Interdisciplinary Graduate Program, which we plan to expand in coming years.
These fellowships provide current graduate students with three years of funding support for innovative interdisciplinary research that embodies the mission of the Institute. We look forward to seeing all they will accomplish!
The Committee on Diversity, Inclusion, Belonging, Equity and Justice (DIBEJ) and the Executive Committee of the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute affirm our solidarity with our Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander (AAPI) colleagues.
Bill Newsome reflects on the extraordinary and challenging year that was 2020 for Wu Tsai Neuro.