The Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute is pleased to welcome our newest graduate student fellows in the neurosciences — including Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellows, and trainees entering the NeuroTech Training Program and Mind, Brain, Computation and Technology Student Membership Program.
A collaborative research project across the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute labs and both sides of the Atlantic has discovered a mechanism for keeping neuron’s specialized axons and dendrites separate.
What if a patient's brain tumor could be treated painlessly, without anesthesia, in the comfort of their home? Researchers at Stanford Medicine have developed, and tested in mice, a small wireless device that one day could do just that.
Stanford chemist Carolyn Bertozzi was awarded the Nobel Prize in chemistry for her development of bioorthogonal reactions, which allow scientists to explore cells and track biological processes without disrupting the normal chemistry of the cell.