The Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute is pleased to welcome our newest Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellows in the neurosciences, as well as our new Mind, Brain, Computation and Technology student members and NeuroTech Trainees.
We encourage you to scroll through these fantastic cohorts and get to know the next generation of innovative leaders in the neurosciences.
Wu Tsai Neuro awards Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellowships (SIGFs) in neuroscience to current graduate students conducting innovative, interdisciplinary research that embodies the mission of the institute.
Research Project: Mechanistic insights into glycerophospholipid metabolism in the lysosome
The NeuroTech Training Program, part of Wu Tsai Neuro's Center for Mind, Brain, Computation, and Technology (MBCT) draws Stanford graduate students from technical disciplines such as bioengineering, computer science, statistics and physics — and prepares them as leaders in the emerging world of neurotechnology.
The MBCT student membership program supports PhD students from empirical, computational, technical or theoretical backgrounds as they stretch beyond the traditional boundaries of their department or lab to learn complementary interdisciplinary approaches, advancing their research and helping them develop into leaders and innovators in their field.