Skip to content Skip to navigation

Stanford Bio-X Corporate Forum Newsletter - August 15, 2016

View this newsletter as displayed over email


Welcome to the biweekly electronic newsletter from Stanford Bio-X for members of the Bio-X Corporate Forum. The following are key links to the history of Bio-X and the Clark Center (hub of Bio-X): Bio-X Timeline, CLARK CENTER @ 10X, Celebrating the Clark Center, and President John Hennessy's article calling Bio-X and the Clark Center "A Cauldron of Innovation".


NEXT WEEK ON WED AUG 24TH @ 1 PM!!

Join us for our Interdisciplinary Initiatives Seed Grants Symposium!

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, IIP awards have a unique purpose and profound rewards.

Click on agenda for oral presentations, and on poster list for most current titles of poster presentations!


 

 

Please mark your calendars and register for September 12-14, 2016 for a world-class symposium on Tissue Engineering co-hosted by Stanford Bio-X and University of Sydney ADATE.  Limited space available.


NEWS


KARL DEISSEROTH WINS 2016 MASSRY PRIZE FOR PIONEERING OPTOGENETICS WORK

Research from Bio-X Affiliated Faculty Karl Deisseroth

To read more on Karl's work, click here (article titled "Illuminating the brain")




STANFORD MEDICINE, GOOGLE TEAM UP TO HARNESS POWER OF DATA SCIENCE FOR HEALTH CARE

A collaboration Dean Lloyd Minor calls a “milestone for the future of patient care and research” that includes Stanford Bio-X affiliated faculty members Euan Ashley and Ami Bhatt





STANFORD RESEARCHERS DESCRIBE HOW THE HUMAN BODY CREATES DIFFERENT CLASSES OF ANTIBODIES

Research by Bio-X Affiliated Faculty Steve Quake




RESEARCHERS DEVISE METHOD FOR BONE MARROW TRANSPLANTS WITHOUT USING CHEMOTHERAPY

Research from Medicine Faculty Judith Shizuru and Bio-X Affiliated Faculty Irv Weissman




AUTOMATING GENETIC ANALYSIS HELPS KEEP UP WITH RAPID DISCOVERY OF NEW DISEASES

Research from Bio-X Affiliated Faculty Gill Bejerano and Pediatrics Faculty Jon Bernstein





PRECISE IMAGING HELPS TO REVEAL THE SECRETS OF RECHARGEABLE BATTERIES

Research by Materials Science and Engineering Faculty William Chueh




STUDY CHALLENGES VIEW THAT SICKLE CELL TRAIT INCREASES MORTALITY RISK

Research from Medicine Faculty Lianne Kurina



STANFORD-LED EXPERIMENTS POINT TOWARDS MEMORY CHIPS 1,000 TIMES FASTER THAN TODAY'S

Research from Materials Science & Engineering and Photon Science Faculty Aaron Lindenberg


BIO-X CORE PROGRAMS


INTERDISCIPLINARY INITIATIVES SEED GRANTS PROGRAM - Key Stanford initiative that accelerates scientific discovery and innovation and has resulted in 10+ fold return on investment, hundreds of publications, and dozens of patents filed.  Currently awarded to 164 projects over 7 rounds.

Awarded IIP Seed Grant projects are highlighted through our symposiums.  Please click below to learn more about the research from the latest IIP symposium on Feb 17, 2016.

SEED GRANTS ABSTRACTS POSTER TITLES


 

 

FELLOWSHIPS - Awarded yearly to graduate students and postdoctoral scholars of Bio-X affiliated faculty, and has resulted in publications in high-impact journals as well as excellent offers to our Fellows in industry and academia. Currently awarded to 198 Fellows over the past 12 rounds.


 

 

UNDERGRADUATE SUMMER RESEARCH PROGRAM - Invaluable opportunity for Stanford undergraduates to conduct hands-on research, learn how to carry out experiments in the laboratory, and develop the skills to read and analyze scientific literature. Currently awarded to 371 Stanford undergraduates over the past 10 rounds.


EVENTS

NEUROLOGY & NEUROSCIENCES
"Stem Cell Therapy for Stroke Recovery"

Gary Steinberg, Stanford University
August 26, 2016
8:00 am - 9:00 am
Alway M106

CANCER BIOLOGY
"Sox2 and Myc: a 'tail' of two transcription factors in lung cancer"

Trudy Oliver, Huntsman Cancer Institute
August 26, 2016
12:00 pm - 1:15 pm
Munzer Auditorium, Beckman Center


RESOURCES

STANFORD UNIVERSITY

STANFORD BIO-X

OFFICE OF TECHNOLOGY LICENSING "TECHFINDER"

STANFORD CENTER FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

STANFORD BIODESIGN


To learn more about Stanford Bio-X, please email either Dr. Hanwei Li, Bio-X Corporate Forum Liaison or Dr. Heideh Fattaey, Executive Director of Bio-X Operations and Programs.

Release Date: 
August 15, 2016