September 29, 2004 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.


Harvey Cohen (Chair of the Bio-X IIP Committee)


W.J. Nelson (Molecular and Cellular Physiology)

Biophysics and Cell Biolog y of Cell-Cell Adhesion

Arend Sidow (Pathology)

Inference of Functional Elements in Multiple Alignments of Mammalian Genome Sequence

George Springer (Aeronautics & Astronautics)

Wireless Gastric Endocapsule

Jeffrey Axelrod (Pathology)

An Integrated Approach to Modeling Planar Cell Polarity

Daphne Koller (Computer Science)

Identifying protein-protein interaction sites on a genome-wide scale

Greg Barsh (Genetics)

Real-Time Measurements of Neuronal Activity and Neuronal Circuitry in Transgenic Mice

Gilbert Chu (Medicine)

Protein Profiles to Predict Adverse Reactions from Radiation Therapy

Closing Comments

Reception and poster session