Thanks for your interest in joining the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute community! Below are several ways you can become part of our mission of understanding the mind and brain in health and disease.
Become an affiliate
Stanford faculty members of all Stanford schools and departments are invited to become affiliates of the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute and to participate in our programs, engage in interdisciplinary endeavors, and contribute their ideas to our community.
Becoming an affiliate will place you on our faculty mailing list for directed program-related communications as well as on the institute news mailing list. Learn about opportunities for interdisciplinary collaboration with faculty across campus!
Stay in the know
Institute Mailing List
Join our mailing list for news and announcements from the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute and Knight Initiative for Brain Resilience. Let us know what types of content you would like to receive from us.
This is a community list-serve where members can share neuroscience-related events, news and opportunities from across our interdisciplinary community.
Please select the Neurolist community that's right for your Stanford affiliation:
Explore our programs for neuroscience trainees
We are training the next generation of neuroscientists. Our students and postdocs are bridging boundaries between disciplines, making transformative discoveries and driving innovation along the way.
Explore our research grant programs
Wu Tsai Neuro's interdisciplinary research grants will fundamentally advance our understanding of the mind, brain and behavior in health and disease. Through everything we do, we are bringing together brilliant people from diverse disciplines to tackle the unanswered questions in neuroscience.
Attend our events
Events at Wu Tsai Neuro
View our upcoming events
Stanford Events Calendar
We also host a compendium of neuroscience related events across Stanford campus. Check out events across campus.
Help transform our understanding of the brain by supporting our research and education programs.