June 21, 2012 2:00 PM to 6:00 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.



by Carla Shatz

Mihalis Kariolis, Bioengineering

On Growth and Form ‐ A Bacterial Perspective

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Elsa Birch, Chemical Engineering

Host metabolic interaction during viral infection: modeling and measuring T7 phage infection of E. coli

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Jack Wang, Neurobiology

Local Axonal Protection by WldS as Revealed by Conditional Regulation of Protein Stability

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Jennifer Brady, Microbiology & Immunology

Mechanisms of Nuclear Reprogramming Elucidated by Heterokaryon RNA Sequencing

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One‐minute introduction by fellows and introduction of new Bio‐X and Bio‐X SIGF Fellows

by Dr. Carla Shatz

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Clark Center Courtyard