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A discovery about a neural circuit located deep in the brains of female mice may give scientists a map to learn more about female human brains, according to a new study published in Cell and led by molecular neuroscientist Nirao Shah, MBBS, PhD.
Nov 12 2019 | Stanford News
Two pioneering scientists who transformed the fields of artificial intelligence and gene editing discuss the impacts of their technologies and the ethics of scientific discovery leading up to a public talk later this month.
The path was rarely straight. The steps were neither easy nor obvious.
Nov 11 2019
The Stanford ChEM-H Building and the Stanford Neurosciences Building are opening this month as part of a new research complex dedicated to improving human health.
I imagine few hospital CEOs can say that they have personally experienced their intensive care unit -- as a patient.
"What do you want to be when you grow up?" It's a question I frequently hear from physicians on my clinical rotations.
Five researchers were awarded grants from the National Institutes of Health to study opioid misuse and pain treatment.
Garam Kim, a Knight-Hennessy scholar pursuing a PhD in neurosciences, has performed around the globe as a concert violinist.
Oct 24 2019 | Stanford Daily
As children transition from adolescence to adulthood, their brains can grow electrical insulation that supports reading and facial recognition, according to research from the Stanford Psychology Department.
It outlines evidence indicating that brain differences between males and females contribute to differences in behavior and cognition.

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