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1 Instructor speaking in a library setting
2 Shadow of a bike in the quad
3 Marching Band performing in the fountain
4 Engineering Quad Colonnade
5 Book cover of Sample Publication
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9 Professor Smith Symposium
10 Professor Smith Lecture
11 Stanford Main Quad arch
12 Quad arch Stanford University Main Quad archway
13 Main Quad Archway to Memorial Church
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16 Undergraduates studying outside Meyer library

Undergraduates studying outside Meyer.

17 Instructor reading aloud.

An instructor reads aloud to a graduate symposium.

18 Stanford columns on the Quad
19 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute
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21 Stanford Oval flowers
22 Jordan Hall with flowers in bloom
23 Students building a house.
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37 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Kyle Brewer

Kyle Brewer

SNI Interdisciplinary Scholar, Postdoctoral Research Fellow
Neurology and Neurological Sciences

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39 astrocytes, Stanford Neurosciences Institute
40 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, NIH Grant
41 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Seed Grants
42 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Luis de Lecea
43 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, EPFL, Christof Seiler
44 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Nanoparticle

Stanford scientists are a step closer to watching chemical signals as they take shape inside individual neurons.

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46 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Seed Grants
47 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Catalyst for Collaborative Sotutions
48 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, 2017 Symposium
49 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Carla Shatz
50 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Thomas Insel
51 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Bruce Rosen
52 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, John Rogers
53 Stanford Neurosciences Instiute, Ann Arvin
54 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Bill Newsome
55 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Thomas Sudhof
56 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Nita Farahany
57 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Karl Deisseroth
58 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Tony Wyss-Coray
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60 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Marion Buckwalter
61 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Anne Brunet
62 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Amit Etkin
63 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Ann Arvin
64 Stanford Neurosciences Institue, Krishna Shenoy
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66 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Rachel WIlson
67 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Nikolaus Kriegeskorte
68 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, David Tank
69 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Anne Brunet
70 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Steven Hyman
71 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Bill Newsome
72 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Russell Poldrack
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75 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Rob Malenka
76 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Keith Humphreys
77 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Brian Knutson
78 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Deborah Gordon
79 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, World Economic Forum
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Karl Deisseroth

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Daniel Rubin

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Absence seizures, a form of epilepsy most likely to occur in children, account for about 1 in 20 cases of the disorder. New research from Stanford indicates that a particular structure in the...

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The American Association for the Advancement of Science

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Jong Yoon

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Adolescent girls with PTSD appear to undergo accelerated maturation in a region of the brain that integrates emotions and actions.

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