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Jul 12 2016 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
Many teens from around the country found something more interesting to do this summer: neuroscience summer camp at Stanford.
Jul 11 2016 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
The first time any eye-brain connections have ever been restored in a mammal — a step millions of people suffering from serious vision loss will be happy to hear about.
Jul 7 2016 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
Brain Imaging Data Structure, aka “BIDS”, is a standard way of organizing and storing MRI data. It’s kind of like telling all your colleagues to use compatible word processing software so you can share documents.
Jul 6 2016 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
It turns out that in addition to being fascinating, neuroscience is also quite beautiful. The Stanford Neurosciences Institute recently announced the eleven finalists in their Art of Neuroscience competition.
Jul 5 2016 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
Adam de la Zerda, PhD, a Stanford biologist and electrical engineer, in his recent talk at TEDxStanford, described his cancer research and how his lab is using injected gold particles to ‘flag’ cancerous cells for removal during surgery.
Jun 30 2016 | KQED
There's something that really bothers Stanford psychiatry professor Keith Humphreys. When he thinks of all the years he has spent training the next generation of psychiatrists, the enormous investment in medical school and residency, he wants those doctors to devote that education to taking care of...
Jun 30 2016 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
Stanford neuroscientist and bioengineer Jin Hyung Lee, PhD, and her colleagues obtained a higher-resolution map of two key brain circuits that play starring roles in Parkinson disease, and a readout of the actual real-time effects, brain-wide, of stimulating one or the other of those circuits.
Jun 29 2016 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
A new Stanford Neurosciences Institute initiative called the NeuroFab, has a specific goal of helping engineers and neuroscientists speak to each other and overcome some of those cultural differences.
Jun 28 2016 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
Once in a while, kids suffer grown-up medical problems such as multiple sclerosis, sleep apnea or stroke. None of these conditions are rare, but the fact that they hardly ever occur in children causes special frustrations and challenges for young patients.
Jun 28 2016 | Stanford Medicine - Scope
Good-looking? Feminine? Then people may not think you’re a scientist, according to a paper in the journal Sex Roles.

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