February 09, 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.





Sandy Napel (Radiology)

A Novel Transducer Array and Intelligent Software for Automated Detection of Asymptomatic Carotid Artery Stenosis

Bill Dally (Electrical Engineering)

An FPGA-Based Bioinformatics Accelerator and Application to Ultra-High-Throughput Sequencing

Curt Frank (Chemical Engineering)

Wound Management with Intelligent Materials

Nicholas Melosh (Materials Science & Engineering)

Nanoreservoir Arrays to Study Neuronal Signaling

Frank Longo (Neurology)

Enhancement of Neuron: Device Interactions by Surface Presentation of Small Molecule Neurotrophin Receptor Agonists

Steve Boxer (Chemistry)

Interferometric Analysis of Membrane Protein Conformation

Gerald Fuller (Chemical Engineering)

Vascular Anastomosis using Thermoreversible Gels

Eugene Butcher (Pathology)

Investigation of Directed Cell Migration using Microfluidic Electrokinetic Systems

Closing Comments

Reception and poster session