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2101 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Karen Parker

Karen Parker and her colleagues found that low levels of the hormone vasopressin in the cerebrospinal fluid of both monkeys and humans was related to less sociability.
 

Norbert von der Groeben
2102 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Andrew Huberman

Andrew Huberman and his colleagues have found two clusters of brain cells in mice that are linked to either a timid or a bold response to a visual threat.

Norbert von der Groeben
2103 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Tony Wyss-Coray

New research from Tony Wyss-Coray and his collaborators shows that older mice performed better on memory tests when a protein found on the walls of blood vessels in the brain was blocked.

Norbert von der Groeben
2104 Tony Wyss-Coray, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute

Tony Wyss-Coray is the senior author of a study that found protein levels in people’s blood can predict their age.

Norbert von der Groeben
2105

Michael Greicius is the senior author of a study whose findings may help drug developers better identify treatments for Alzheimer's disease.

Norbert von der Groeben
2106

Carla Shatz, director of Stanford Bio-X, credits the university's leadership and location for much of the program's success.
 

Norbert von der Groeben Photography
2107

Research by Carla Shatz, the David Starr Jordan Director of Stanford Bio-X, helps explain how the brain prunes back unused connections early in life.

Norbert von der Groeben
2108

A Siberian hamster participates in a memory test as part of Stanford research into the role of circadian rhythms in memory loss.

Norman Ruby
2109 Two people and a cat on a zoom call

Zoom video breakfast

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2110

By 2030, it is estimated that 8.4 million Americans will have some form of dementia. Stanford researchers say that currently the responsibility of caring for people with dementia falls largely on...

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2111

Studying the brain activity of two patients with Lou Gehrig's disease has given researchers insight into how neurons control muscle movement.

Oliver Burston
2112 Illustration of an aging man seeing a youthful reflection of himself in a mirror-like red blood cell Owen Gent
2113

Stanford psychology Professor Lee Ross is co-author of a study exploring the psychological factors that influence people to take actions that harm or help the environment.

ParabolStudio / Shutterstock
2114

A spherical cluster of hundreds of thousands of brain cells cultured in a lab dish. A team of researchers studied such neuronal clusters to better understand schizophrenia.

Pasca lab
2115

A spherical cluster of hundreds of thousands of brain cells cultured in a lab dish. A team of researchers studied such neuronal clusters to better understand schizophrenia.

Pasca Lab
2116

Stanford's Jaimie Henderson and Krishna Shenoy are part of a consortium working on an investigational brain-to-computer hookup.  

Paul Sakuma
2117

Electrical engineer Krishna Shenoy began dreaming of developing a brain-controlled implant before coming to Stanford in 2001.

Paul Sakuma
2118

Dong Wang, Gregory Scherrer and Elizabeth Sypek have identified the receptors to which opioid drugs bind to produce tolerance and increased sensitivity to pain.

Paul Sakuma
2119

Carolyn Rodriguez is leading a five-year clinical trial that aims to follow 90 patients with obsessive-compulsive disorder for as long as six months after a dose of ketamine or an alternative drug...

Paul Sakuma
2120

The virtual reality system is helping train residents, assist surgeons in planning upcoming operations and educate patients. It also helps surgeons in the operating room, guiding them in a three-...

Paul Sakuma
2121 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Sharon Sha

Sharon Sha presented findings Nov. 4 from a small clinical trial that found administering blood plasma from young donors to people with mild to moderate Alzheimer's disease was safe.

Paul Sakuma
2122 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Krishna Shenoy

Krishna Shenoy and his colleagues have used a brain-machine interface to better understand mental rehearsal.
 

Paul Sakuma
2123 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Aaron Gitler

Aaron Gitler and his colleagues used genome editing to help identify the genes that play a part in amyotrophic lateral sclerosis.
 

Paul Sakuma
2124 Stanford Neurosciences Institute

Kumar Abhinav, a clinical instructor of neurosurgery, with trainees at the Neurosurgical Simulation and Virtual Reality Center.
 

Paul Sakuma
2125

Manpreet Singh (standing) and her team are studying brain abnormalities that may link depression and early-life obesity. The other team members are (from left) Akua Nimarko, Sara Leslie, Melissa...

Paul Sakuma
2126 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, David Camarillo

Research assistant William Mehring (right) hands a mouthguard to Menlo School freshmen J.P. McKenney.

Paul Sakuma
2127 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Aaron Gitler

Aaron Gitler and his collaborators used experiments in yeast, in fruit flies and in cells derived from people with ALS to identify a gene linked with the formation of toxic protein clumps that are...

Paul Sakuma
2128 Sharon Sha Paul Sakuma
2129 Paul Yock (left) and Shan Wang. (Image credit: Chris Michel and L.A. Cicero)
2130

Research by Stanford psychologist Ian Gotlib and others shows that girls with a family history of depression have shorter telomeres than girls without that risk factor.

Paulius Brazauskas / Shutterstock
2131

Psychologist Herbert Clark says many ideas are impossible to convey by words alone. Without depictions created with the hands, voice, face, and body, talk would be flat and lifeless.

Peter Bernik/Shutterstock
2132

Binge drinking increases the likelihood of developing alcoholism, and a new study may shed light on why.

Phoenixns/Shutterstock
2133 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by 7raysmarketing
2134 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Robert Jackler Photo by Abdiel Ibarra
2135

John Dabiri, left, director of the Catalyst for Collaborative Solutions, listens as Amr Saleh and Jennifer Dionne present their idea for a faster, cheaper way to identify bacterial infections. ...

Photo by Afra Pourdad
2136 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Eric Sun Photo by aldineiderios
2137 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Natalie Rasgon Photo by Alina Miroshnichenko
2138 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Center for Precision Mental Health and Wellness Photo by Amy Leonard
2139

The six Stanford faculty members newly elected to the National Academy of Sciences.

Photo by Andrew Brodhead
2140 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Angela Lumba-Brown Photo by Andy Abelein
2141 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by Arcaion
2142 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Eddy Albarran Photo by Becky Bach
2143 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by Becky Bach
2144 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Shaili Jian Photo by Becky Bach
2145 Blood stem cell, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by Belova59
2146 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Mark Schnitzer Photo by Benny Mazur
2147 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by Bill Strain
2148 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Philippe Mourrain Photo by Bob Jenkins
2149 Hormones help with autism, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by Brian Smale
2150 Stanford Neurosciences Building courtyard Photo by Bruce Damonte
2151 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, John Adler Photo by Cece Torres
2152 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Vinod Menon Photo by Charlein Gracia
2153 Woman walkng on treadmill with monitors Photo by Christophe Wu, representing previous research by Karen Liu, PhD
2154 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Greg Albers Photo by chuttersnap
2155 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Tom Sudhof Photo by Cindy Shebley
2156 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Jesse Gomez Photo by Colin Woodcock / video by Kurt Hickman
2157 Stanford Neurosciences Institute Photo by Counseling
2158 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Carol Dweck, Chidx Photo by Cris Gebhardt
2159 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by D. Robert Wolcheck
2160 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Dan Schwartz, School of Education Photo by Dakota Corbin
2161 Stanford Neurosciences Institute Photo by Dan_Park
2162 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Nirao Shah Photo by Daphne Sashin
2163 Juggling vision, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by Daphne Sashin
2164 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Michael Snyder Photo by DariuszSankowski
2165 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Robert Malenka Photo by Derek Gavey
2166 Woman smells orange Photo by DimaBerlin
2167 Photo by Dingzeyu Li
2168 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Michele Berk Photo by Drew Hays
2169

Advances in robotic automation allow for more precise, intuitive movement.

Photo by Drew Kelly
2170 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by drmakete lab
2171 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Victor Carrion Photo by Duangphorn Wiriya
2172 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Nigam Shah Photo by Edward Caldwell
2173 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Michelle Monje Photo by Erin Digitale
2174 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Alan Cheng Photo by Felix Hu
2175 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Sammy Kuo Awards Photo by Fontejon Photography
2176 Stanford Neurosciences Institute Photo by Foundry
2177 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Manish Saggar Photo by Free-Photos
2178 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Krishna Shenoy Photo by geralt
2179 Stanford Neurosciences Institute Photo by Getty Images
2180 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by Gino Crescoli
2181 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Clete Kushida Photo by Global Panorama/Okko Pyykkö
2182 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Alzheimer's Disease Photo by Greg Westfall
2183 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by HeungSoon
2184 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, SIEPR

SIEPR Senior Fellow Matthew Gentzkow and Trione Visiting Associate Professor Heidi Williams show how economics can shape policies to curb the opioid crisis.

PHOTO BY HOLLY HERNANDEZ
2185 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Andrew Huberman Photo by Holly Hernandez
2186 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, Beth Darnall Photo by Ian Mackey
2187 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, William Newsome Photo by Ian Terpin
2188 Tic warning sign, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by Image by Gabor Tinz/Shutterstock. Image courtesy of Michal Tal, PhD, instructor at Stanford's Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine.
2189 Will antidepressants work, Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by InspiredImages
2190 Woman covering face with pillow Photo by Isabella and Zsa Fischer
2191 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Robert Jackler Photo by Itay Kabalo
2192 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by Itay Kabalo
2193 Stanford Neurosciences Institute Photo by Jesús Rodríguez
2194

What are the odds? 

Photo by Jodi Jacobson/iStock
2195 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by Johannes Plenio
2196 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by John-Mark Smith
2197 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by Julie
2198 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Photo by Jurassic Blueberries
2199 Stanford Neurosciences Institute, Beth Darnall Photo by K-State Research and Extension
2200 Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute Photo by kaboompics

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