August 24, 2009 1:00 PM to 6:00 PM
Clark Center Auditorium
James H. Clark Center 318 Campus Drive West, Stanford, CA 94305
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Seed Grants

By enabling scientists involved in technology development to work in highly collaborative ways with discovery scientists across a broad array of disciplines, the Bio-X program accelerates the pace of innovation. Bio-X is a fertile environment for visionaries, and the IIP awards give them the seed-funding they need to allow high-risk ideas to germinate and grow. In this way, the IIP awards have a unique purpose and profound rewards.





Christopher Contag (Pediatrics)

Develop and Test Novel Nanoparticles that Facilitate Delivery of Small Molecules as Therapy for Malignant Disease

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James Harris (Electrical Engineering)

Development of Integrated Semiconductor Optical Imaging Sensors for Chronic Minimally Invasive Optical Imaging of Rodent Brain Functions

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Karl Deisseroth (Bioengineering)

High-speed Transcranial Magnetic Force Pulses to Drive Stem Cell Migration

Jennifer L. Raymond (Neurobiology)

A Novel Approach to Study the Neural Circuitry of Learning

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Hongjie Dai (Chemistry)

Carbon Nanotube Mediated Therapy of Lymphoma

Jennifer Cochran (Bioengineering)

Engineering Fluorophore-Binding Protein Tags for In Vivo Molecular Imaging

Mark Schnitzer (Biology)

Inventing a Micro-endoscope to Measure Sarcomere Lengths in Humans

Michael Clarke (Medicine-Cancer Biology)

Molecular and Functional Characterization of Colon Tumor Cancer Stem Cells and Stroma

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Closing Comments

Reception and poster session

Clark courtyard