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1301 Wu Tsai Neuro seed grants logo showing hands holding seedling
1302 Illustration of how an array of magnetic sensors could be used to record and stimulate the activity of neuronal cells
1303 Neurons in human cortical organoids express Major Histocompatibility Class I proteins (green)

Neurons in 200 day old human cortical organoids express Major Histocompatibility Class I proteins (MHCI), depicted in green.  MHCI negative astrocytes and neuronal...

1304 Seed Grants logo showing hands holding seedling
1305 Pathways to Neurosciences logo
1306 Illustration of neurons in the brain
1307
1308 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, SCIEN logo
1309 A new behavioral imaging system captures a monkey reaching for a fly
1310 Istock, Stanford Neurosciences Instiute
1311 Stock image of man sleeping
1312 Think Fast Talk Smart logo by Stanford GSB
1313 Multicolor fluorescence image of a living PC12 cell
1314 Michelle Monje and Rhiju Das
1315 Karl Deisseroth
1316 Michelle Monje has been awarded a MacArthur Foundation ‘genius grant’

Michelle Monje researches healthy brain development and pediatric brain tumors.

John D. and Catherine T. MacArthur Foundation

1317 Sergiu Pașca is a physician-scientist at the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Stanford University
1318 Brain assembloid image from the Pasca lab, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Stanford University
1319 Rob Malenka, MD, of the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, at Stanford

Rob Malenka, MD. Image credit: Stanford Medicine

1320 Illustration of the mind as puppeteer of the body
1321 Gloved hands hold surgical tools.
1322 MBCT students and mentors
1323 Todd Coleman
1324 Yang Sun
1325 Kevin Wang
1326 Tony Ricci
1327

Unimals, or universal animals, developed new arms to adapt to life in an evolutionary playground. | Agrim Gupta

1328 Josef Parvizi
1329 Albert Wu
1330 Natalie Rasgon
1331 Howard Chang
1332 Olivier Gevaert
1333 Xiaoke Chen
1334 Jon-Paul Pepper
1335 Julia Salzman
1336 Raag Airan
1337 Liqun Luo
1338 Helen Blau
1339 Tamar Green
1340 Reiner Dauskardt
1341 BELONG brain Icon
1342 Michelle Monje, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute affiliate
1343 An astrocyte, one of the glial cells brought to prominence by late Stanford neuroscientist Ben Barres
1344 2021 Stanford Bass Fellows

Top row from left to right: Nicole Ardoin, Paul Graham Fisher, Sarah Heilshorn, Ross Schachter. Bottom row: Adrian Daub, Allison Okamura, Tomás Jiménez, Lynn Hildemann. (Image credit: Ardoin /...

1345 Sue Rhee, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute
1346 Julie Kauer
1347 Kwabena Boahen
1348 Antonio Meola
1349 Brain with lightbulb
1350 Nolan Williams
1351 A floating pink brain with wings
1352 Istock, Stanford Neurosciences Instiute
1353 Bill Newsome and Clara Wu Tsai

Clara Wu Tsai with Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute director Bill Newsome

1354 Illustration of droplet lattices that can be rapidly prototyped to study the role of geometry in macroscopic analogs of complex materials.

Illustration of droplet lattices that can be rapidly prototyped to study the role of geometry in macroscopic analogs of complex materials. (Image credit: Rebecca Konte, Resident Artist, Prakash...

1355 Photograph of a holographic display prototype.

Photograph of a holographic display prototype. (Image credit: Stanford Computational Imaging Lab)

1356 Neuroscience Undergraduate Research Opportunity, NeURO, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute
1357 NeuroZoom logo showing speaker at podium
1358 "The Van Golgi" by Amalia Perna won grand prize in the 2022 Andrew Olson Image Awards

"The Van Golgi" by Amalia Perna won grand prize in the 2022 Andrew Olson Image Awards.

1359 Tony Wyss-Coray
1360 Juliet Knowles, MD, PhD
1361 Researchers demonstrate transcranial magnetic stimulation technology

Stanford researcher David Carreon demonstrates the equipment for Hope TMS, a clinical adaptation of the SNT technology currently being used at Stanford, on a patient and staff member. (Photo: AYA...

1362 Bird on a perch
1363 Stanford Neurosciences Building
1364 Illustration of a brain and a countdown

Illustration by Jonathon Rosen

1365
1366 Mouse on an exercise wheel

In an experiment, researchers injected sedentary mice with blood from mice that ran for miles on exercise wheels, finding that the sedentary mice then did better on learning and memory tests....

1367 Lenny Bernstein
1368 William Newsome
1369 Yasmin Hurd
1370 2021 Sammy Kuo award recipients
1371 Valerie Voon
1372 Mariano-Florentino Cuéllar
1373 Malenka and Knutson
1374 George Koob
1375 William T. Newsome, PhD Vincent V. C. Woo Director

William T. Newsome, PhD
Vincent V. C. Woo Director

1376 Fiona Baumer
1377 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, digital brain illustration
1378 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, digital brain illustration
1379 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, digital brain illustration
1380 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, digital brain illustration
1381 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, digital brain illustration
1382
1383 Jieun Kim and Günther, the Neuroscience Preclinical Imaging Lab MRI
1384 MBCT Symposium 2022 Logo
1385 Wu Tsai Neuro swirlybrain logo
1386 Istock, Stanford Neurosciences Instiute
1387 Sergiu Pasca, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Stanford University
1388 "Join our Team" image
1389 Illustration showing puzzle pieces of female and male brain
1390 Illustration of aging-impaired ribosome
1391 Illustration of real and virtual hands reaching for each other
1392 Illustration of magnifying glass examining DNA strand

Using a computer algorithm based in machine learning, scientists have identified nearly 700 genes that may be implicated in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis, also known as Lou Gehrig's disease....

1393 Jasmin Palmer and Lily Achatz discuss mixed reality in medicine at a recent open house

PhD student Jasmin Palmer discusses her project using augmented reality to train clinicians in the spinal tap procedure with Stanford Medical Mixed Reality organizer Lily Achatz. (Image credit...

1394 James Gross, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute

Image courtesy James Gross

1395 William Robinson

William Robinson is the senior author of a paper that demonstrated how a common herpes virus can trigger multiple sclerosis by priming the immune system to attack the nervous system.
...

1396 Zou’s research aims to improve the patient experience. | Stocksy/Morsa Images

Zou’s research aims to improve the patient experience. | Stocksy/Morsa Images

1397 Join our team, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute
1398 NSF Logo
1399 Keith Humphreys chairs the Stanford-Lancet Commission

Keith Humphreys chairs the Stanford-Lancet Commission on the North American Opioid Crisis.

1400 Paramedics with the San Francisco Fire Department tend to a patient on a suspected opioid-related medical call in October.

Paramedics with the San Francisco Fire Department tend to a patient on a suspected opioid-related medical call in October.

Stephen Lam / The Chronicle 2021

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