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Polly Fordyce, Assistant Professor of Bioengineering and of Genetics
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Chris Garcia, Younger Family Professor and Professor of Structural Biology

Structure-Activity Mapping of the Force- and Sequence-Dependent Landscape of T Cell Activation

Learn more about this research!

2022 Stanford Bio-X Interdisciplinary Initiatives Seed Grants Program Symposium - August 26, 2022

Carla Shatz, Catherine Holman Johnson Director of Stanford Bio-X

2022 Interdisciplinary Initiatives Seed Grants Program Symposium Introduction

2022 Stanford Bio-X Interdisciplinary Initiatives Seed Grants Program Symposium - August 26, 2022

Rapid evolution within our gut microbiomes

2022 Talks in English (T.I.E.) - Monday, August 22, 2022

Dr. Mickael Tanter

Institute Physics for Medicine Paris, INSERM, ESPCI PSL Paris, CNRS, France

In the last twenty years, our team broke three fundamental barriers of ultrasound imaging - temporal resolution, sensitivity to motion and spatial resolution - with several orders of magnitude. These conceptual changes led to the advent of Ultrasound as a full-fledged neuroimaging modality for fundamental research in neuroscience and for clinical applications.

First, building on the concept of acoustic holography, ultrafast ultrasound imaging at thousands of frames per second made it possible to detect very subtle blood flow changes in small cerebral vessels during neuronal activity and introduced functional ultrasound imaging (fUSi) as a full-fledged neuroimaging modality. Its portability, cost and sensitivity make it particularly suited for neuroimaging during behavior, learning or cognitive studies in awake and freely moving animals, for functional brain connectomics in small animal models, for systems neuroscience. Clinical applications are already under investigation for clinical functional neuroimaging in human neonates, for per-operative functional imaging and future non-contact Brain Machine Interfaces.

Second, when combined with intravenously injected contrast agents, ultrafast imaging provides in vivo non-invasive imaging of whole brain hemodynamics up to microscopic scales. This Ultrasound Localization Microscopy (ULM) of the cerebrovascular system is achieved by localizing and tracking the exact position of millions of 1-3 µm diameter microbubbles deep into the brain.

Finally, by tracking the dynamics of these microbubbles during neuronal activity, it is possible for the first time to perform whole brain functional neuroimaging in rodents at the microscopic scale. With the growing evidence of early vascular or neurovascular dysfunction in neurodevelopmental and neurodegenerative diseases, such functional Ultrasound Localization Microscopy could improve the fundamental understanding, early screening and monitoring of the alterations in the developing and aging brain.

Ecological Tuning of Animal Physiology and Behavior

2022 Stanford Bio-X USRP Talks - Wednesday, August 17, 2022

Detecting and Tracking Immune Responses in the Brain and Beyond Using PET

2022 Stanford Bio-X USRP Talks - Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Human-Microbe Relationships

2022 Stanford Bio-X USRP Talks - Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Silicon Brain: The Future of Artificial Intelligence

2022 Stanford Bio-X USRP Talks - Wednesday, August 3, 2022

Viral Evolution

2022 Stanford Bio-X USRP Talks - Wednesday, July 27, 2022

Game Changing Approach for Delirium: Bispectral EEG (BSEEG) for Detection of Delirium and Prediction of Patient Outcomes

2022 Stanford Bio-X USRP Talks - Wednesday, July 27, 2022

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