July 01, 2009 1:00 PM to 3:00 PM
Clark Center Auditorium
James H. Clark Center 318 Campus Drive West, Stanford, CA 94305
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PhD Fellows

The Bio-X Fellowships are made possible by various gifts in order to promote interdisciplinary research by promising scientists who are working on projects that bridge the gap between biology and other fields. To date, 147 Ph.D. students have received three-year fellowships through Bio-X. After completion of their training, our fellows continue to positively impact the scientific community through their roles as professors, co-founders of start-up companies, and research scientists, among others.



Relly Brandman, Chemical & Systems Biology

Insights From Molecular Dynamics Simulations of Large Biological Systems

Cory McLean, Computer Science

Searching for the Genetic Basis of Human-specific Traits

Melinda Cromie, Mechanical Engineering

Imaging Sarcomeres in Human Muscle Using Minimally Invasive Microendoscopy

Murtaza Mogri, Bioengineering

Optical Deconstruction of Parkinsonian Neural Circuitry

Rachel Kalmar, Neurosciences

Moving Through the Brain: Exploring the Link Between Neural Activity and Behavior in the Oculomotor and Reach Systems

Poster session and reception

Clark Center Courtyard