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2501 Two mice interacting in cage
2502 Panel of 3 experts onstage with host
2503 olfactory projection neurons collectively receive their input from partner olfactory receptor neurons

A single (left) and a group of (right) olfactory projection neurons that express Acj6 (labeled by green fluorescent protein using a mosaic labeling technology developed in the Luo Lab). Blue...

2504 Katrin Andreasson in her office

Katrin Andreasson, a professor of neurology and neurological sciences, studies how immune cells can cause harmful brain inflammation and contribute to the development of neurodegenerative diseases...

2505 Stretchy neurostring probe in moues colon.

Researchers demonstrated the advantages of the flexible and elastic Neurostring technology by threading a probe through a segment of mouse colon.

Image courtesy Zhenan Bao lab.

2506 Illustration of perivascular flow of CSF in the brain

Cerebrospinal fluid (CSF) flows through ring-like tunnels that surround the brain's vasculature — a process critical to getting rid of toxic waste products.


2507 Michael Greicius headshot
2508 Silicon cap covering persons head

Shijing Zhou, research lab manager at the Brain Electrophysiology Lab, wears a geodesic head web device that does high-definition EEG collection. The company is also working on an experimental...

2509 Blanatnik Logo
2510 transport vessels (blue) & bone marrow (green)

The brain’s immune system includes a network of transport vessels (blue) and its own immune cells made in the bone marrow (green).

Credit: Siling Du, Kipnis lab, Washington...

2511 Abstract illustration of data spiraling out of a silhouetted head
2512 Two people running at sunset

Stanford researchers and their colleagues have found a molecule that suppresses appetite after intense exercise.


bunyarit klinsukhon...

2513 Simulation of person running from neck down in front of grey background

Timo Lenzen

2514 Headshot of Karl Deisseroth

Image credit: Jim Gensheimer

2515 Cartoon person with pixelated brain pieces floating away

iStock/Denis Novikov

2516 Red brain with blue background

Researchers at Stanford Medicine have found biological similarities between "chemo brain" — cognitive impairment from cancer treatment — and brain fog after COVID-19.


2517 Two illistrated people on a bench outside looking at their phones


2518 Up close image of a planarian

As unremarkable as planarians may seem, they have an ability humans could only dream of.


2519 Tiny robot pill on finger tip

Origami millirobot with spinning-enabled propulsion.

(Image credit: Zhao Lab)

2520 Photo collage of the 14 winners

This year’s Faculty Women’s Forum Awards honor 14 faculty members and one staffer across six categories. Top row, left to right: Grace Gao, Sheri Sheppard, Magali Fassiotto, Allison Okamura,...

2521 Photo of the nine researchers

(From top, left to right) Paul Mischel, Michelle Monje, Howard Chang, Calvin Kuo, Emma Lundberg, Robbie Majzner, Carolyn Bertozzi, Ansuman Satpathy and Irving Weissman have received grants from...

2522 Outline of human profile with tiny question marks in the brain area

Photo by alphaspirit

2523 Headshot of Roger Shepard in black and white

Roger Shepard, 1929-2022

(Image credit: L.A. Cicero)

2524 Steve viewing a students computer screen

Steve Quake will begin his role as head of science at CZI on July 18.

(Image credit: Tyler Mallory)

2525 Knight Initiative for Brain Resilience banner, showing head-shaped trees regaining green spring foliage
2526 Koret Human Neurosciences Community Lab banner image
2528 Mice sleeping

Having sleep interruptions during adolescence resulted in mice preferring to spend time with known acquaintances -- and less interested in making new ones -- later in life.

2529 Child on computer in classroom

Stanford researchers are working with local school districts to transform a pandemic workaround into a highly efficient tool for screening students with reading difficulties.

2530 microscopic image of brain matter


2531 Illistrated virus in the center of a crowd

Photo by bakhtiarzein

2532 Robert Malenka headshot

Robert Malenka studies psychedelics for their potential in treatment of psychiatric disorders.

Fontejon Photography for the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute

2533 Mark Schnitzer and Jelena Vučković

Jelena Vučković (Image credit: L.A. Cicero) & Mark Schnitzer (Image credit: Josh Edelson for the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute)

2534 Nervous system of Botryllus Schlosseri

Depiction of the nervous system of Botryllus Schlosseri

Chiara Anselmi

2535 3 people wearing different versions of the device

From left to right, Maria Shcherbakova, Blynn Shideler (wearing the original “bulky bracelet” prototype), and Taylor Lallas at the Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign.

2536 Young hand reaching for older hand

Photo by Dmytro

2537 Screenshot of the front page of website
2539 Keith Humphreys looking out of slatted wall

Keith Humphreys, PhD, the Esther Ting Memorial Professor in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences at Stanford Medicine, chairs the Stanford-Lancet Commission on the...

2540 Cartoon cutout of people around one person in a box

Image: hydra viridis / Shutterstock

2541 Abstract Illustration of human

Illustration by Melinda Beck

2542 Illustration of dog with pills falling around

(Illustration by Eric Nyquist)

2543 Knight Initiative for Brain Resilience banner, showing head-shaped trees regaining green spring foliage
2544 Neuroscience:Translate, Stanford Neurosciences Institute
2545 Hand holding glass steady

Abnormal neural synchrony underlies many neurological conditions, including Parkinson’s disease, which can cause tremors.


2546 Scientist holding scuba helmet surrounded by illustrations of stomach and shells

Illustration by Linda Amoruso

2547 Woman holding pregnant belly

A study of 535 pregnant women found that those with epilepsy had more and worse depression symptoms as well as worse anxiety symptoms.

Natalia Deriabina/...

2548 Abstract illustration of 2 girls in front of health stats and brains

Illustration: Christian Gralingen

2549 Bobtail squid (photo by Nick Hobgood, Wikimedia commons)

The complex nervous system of the hummingbird bobtail squid (Eupremna berryi) evolved completely separately from that of vertebrates with similar levels of intelligence. (Photo credit: Nick...

2550 Wu Tsai Neuro seminar series logo
2551 Longzhi Tan
2552 Jason Yeatman
2553 Wu Tsai Neuro Annual Symposium 2022 logo: Remembering the Past & Imagining the Future
2554 Wu Tsai Neuro Annual Symposium 2022 logo: Remembering the Past & Imagining the Future
2555 Woman doing scientific experiment

Isabel Caballero Teixeira, a De Anza College student, makes the media that maintain cells used in stem cell research as part of her internship with the Neuroscience Undergraduate...

2556 Headshot of Karl Deisseroth

Karl Deisseroth

2557 Microscopic image of a DNA strand

A Calgary family wanted to try whole genome sequencing (a study of the entire sequence of one's DNA) after they heard about it on Facebook from other parents of autistic children....

2558 Pregnant woman being examined in doctors office
2559 Teen with glucose monitor on arm and app on phone

Using a continuous blood glucose monitor, which helps keep blood sugar levels in normal range, is associated with better performance on cognitive tests, Stanford researchers and...

2560 Brain with lightbulb
2561 Image of live octopus with stretchable electrodes pointed out on arm

An electrode array made from a new stretchy conductive polymer enabled researchers to measure electrical activity on a large area of this octopus's skin as it swam.

2562 Emmanuel Mignot (headshot shown here) wins Breakthrough Prize

“I think receiving this Breakthrough Prize is incredible, and I also definitely have the reward of seeing my patients completely changed by these new drugs,” said Emmanuel Mignot...

2563 Watercolor of 2 heads with a wave above them

Photo by Kateryna Kovarzh

2564 Cartoon representation of the new method

A cartoon representation of the new method, which allows scientists to isolate the lysosomes (left) of any cell in a mouse to analyze and identify using mass spectrometry (right)...

2565 Emmanuel Mignot, pictured with his dog, won Breakthrough Prize

Emmanuel Mignot with his dog, Watson, who has narcolepsy, in 2016. Mignot sometimes takes Watson to the sleep clinic to help explain the disease to his younger patients.