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Jun 13 2023 | Wu Tsai Neuro
Linderman’s research group builds computational tools to extract simple structures from high-dimensional datasets, enhancing our understanding of the brain and its processes. He spoke with us about his work and the McKnight award.
Jun 9 2023 | Wu Tsai Neuro
Geared toward increasing accessibility of brain imaging technologies to scientists throughout campus, the NPIL's “MRI for Neuroscientists” symposium brought together researchers from across Stanford schools and departments to share firsthand insights about how MRI technologies can advance...
May 30 2023 | Wu Tsai Neuro
Scientists from around the world came to the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute to learn more about cutting-edge optical imaging technologies at the inaugural Advanced Techniques in Neuroimaging Workshop, hosted by the Neuroscience Microscopy Service (NMS), a Wu Tsai Neuro community laboratory.
May 24 2023 | Wu Tsai Neuro
A conversation with Milena Kaestner, PhD, the new director of Wu Tsai Neuro's Koret Human Neurosciences Community Laboratory.
May 16 2023 | Wu Tsai Neuro
A new study demonstrating CRISPR gene editing in killifish opens the doors for ambitious research on the biological drivers of aging.
Apr 28 2023 | Wu Tsai Neuro
Gustavo Chau Loo Kung, a Stanford Interdisciplinary Graduate Fellow and member of the Center for Mind, Brain Computation, and Technology (MBCT) at the Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute, is using experimental forms of MRI to investigate how myelin, the protective layer that covers every nerve cell in...
Apr 12 2023 | Stanford Medicine
Tiny DNA circles harbor cancer-associated oncogenes and immunomodulatory genes that promote cancer development. They arise early in the disease process, according to Wu Tsai Neuro affiliate Paul Mischel, who led the research, and an international team.
Apr 11 2023 | Scope Blog
Bioluminescence helps Wu Tsai Neuro affiliate Michael Lin and team develop cancer drugs for brain.
Mar 22 2023 | Scope Blog
Wu Tsai Neuro affiliates and others are accepted into competitive cohort in Stanford Medicine's new Catalyst program.
The Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute and Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign are pleased to announce their fifth round of Neuroscience:Translate awards, which support teams of researchers collaborating across disciplinary boundaries in the neurosciences to develop practical solutions to address...