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Jun 29 2022 | Scope Blog
Sharon Sha, Stanford Medicine neurologist discusses all things brain health and cognition in an Ask Me Anything.
Jun 28 2022 | Stanford News
Awarded the National Medal of Science, Roger Shepard, professor emeritus of psychology at Stanford, introduced techniques for quantifying mental processes.
Jun 23 2022 | Stanford Report
After six years serving as co-president of the Chan Zuckerberg Biohub, Stephen Quake’s role will be expanded across the Chan Zuckerberg Initiative’s science program and technology teams – the CZ Biohub and CZ Biohub Network – and the newly-announced Chan Zuckerberg Institute for Advanced Biological...
Jun 20 2022
A new study by scientists with the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute’s NeuroChoice Initiative reveals that relapse may be linked to quite different brain circuits than addiction itself.
Jun 15 2022 | Stanford Medicine
Jonathan Long and collaborators have identified a molecule that staves off hunger post-exercise.
Jun 15 2022 | Stanford Report
Karl Deisseroth, Chris Field, and Tanya Marie Luhrmann are among 37 scholars elected to the oldest learned society in the United States.
Jun 15 2022 | Stanford Medicine
The funding, from Cancer Grand Challenges, will help the researchers address difficult problems in cancer prevention, treatment-resistant cancers and therapies for pediatric solid tumors.
Jun 14 2022 | Stanford Engineering
Ellen Kuhl explains how computational models of Alzheimer’s spread in the brain are providing new information about the disease on the Future of Everything podcast.
Jun 14 2022 | Stanford News
Renee Zhao, a Stanford mechanical engineer, creates multifunctional wireless robots to maximize health outcomes and minimize invasiveness of procedures.
Jun 13 2022 | Stanford Medicine
Michelle Monje and colleagues find that damage to the brain’s white matter after COVID-19 resembles that seen after cancer chemotherapy, raising hope for treatments to help both conditions.

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