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FAQ

  • What is Bio-X?

    Bio-X is a program centered in the James H. Clark Center but inclusive of over 950 Stanford faculty from more than 65 departments. To learn more, visit About or explore Bio-X’s history, or find out how you can get involved.

  • Can I tour the Clark Center?

    30-minute external building tours of the Clark Center are available.  Please visit the Tours page for more information.

  • How can I get to the Clark Center?

    We are located at 318 Campus Drive West on the Stanford Campus.  Please visit our Maps & Directions page for more detailed information.

  • How can I apply for a Bio-X seed grant?

    The Bio-X Interdisciplinary Initiatives Program calls for proposals are bi-annual.  When one is upcoming, there will be a link to application details on the Seed Grants page.

  • Can I reserve a meeting space in the Clark Center?

    Residents of the Clark Center may book our on-site conference rooms.  Anyone from Stanford University may request the Clark Center Auditorium or the Clark seminar rooms, but only scientifically related meetings which serve the mission of Bio-X can be accommodated in the Clark Center.  Please visit our Room Reservations page for more details, to view the rooms' availability calendars, and to fill out a room reservation request form.

  • How do I apply for a fellowship?

    Our fellowship programs for students are annual. Please visit our Students page to learn more about Bio-X fellowship opportunities.

  • How can I become a Bio-X affiliate?

    You must be a Stanford faculty member (this must be reflected in your StanfordWho profile) to be eligible to become an affiliate. Please visit our Faculty page for more information.

  • How can I support Bio-X and the Clark Center?

    There are lots of ways to get involved with Bio-X and the James H. Clark Center.  Find out more at our Support page.

  • How can I find out more about the research funded by Bio-X?

    Please browse funded research on our Research page, or attend one of our annual symposiums to hear Bio-X researchers describe their work.