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Mar 15 2023 | Scope Blog
Stanford's Medicine & the Muse program hosts a night of neurobiology and dance to feature the intersection of the two.
Mar 3 2023 | Wu Tsai Neuro
The Wu Tsai Neurosciences Institute and and Institute for Human-Centered Artificial Intelligence (HAI) at Stanford are pleased to announce their first year of Neuroscience and AI awards, which support ambitious proposals that reimagine the ways in which these fields can work together to transform...
Wu Tsai Neuro affiliate Michael Snyder explains why he collects vast stores of his own biodata and what all that information might reveal about our personal health.
Mar 1 2023 | Stanford Medicine
Using pulses of light to control heart rate, Wu Tsai Neuro affiliate Karl Deisseroth and fellow Stanford Medicine researchers investigate a long-standing mystery about how physical states influence emotions.
Feb 15 2023 | Stanford Medicine
When mice watch other mice fight, neurons in their brains fire as if they were physically fighting. New research by Wu Tsai Neuro affiliate Nirao Shah, with Liqun Luo, Shaul Druckmann and colleagues.
Feb 9 2023 | Scope Blog
During the pandemic, rates of anxiety and depression soared around the globe, resulting in a shortage of mental health care providers and long wait times for therapy according to Stanford Medicine study led by Wu Tsai Neuro affiliates Andrew Huberman and David Spiegel.
Feb 1 2023 | Wu Tsai Neuro
Institute Director Kang Shen reflected on the past year in our 2021–22 Annual Report
Jan 31 2023 | Scope Blog
What is love? Scientists want to know, too. But, it turns out, they may have been looking in the wrong places.
Jan 27 2023 | Stanford Engineering
Shenoy was a pioneer of neuroprosthetics, a field that paired chips implanted in the brain with algorithms able to decipher the chatter between neurons, allowing people with paralysis to control computers and mechanical limbs with their thoughts.