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We videotape the lectures delivered at our Bio-X events: search by faculty or keyword, or browse below.

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Cracking the Neural Code - Bio-X NeuroVentures Program at Stanford

August 27, 2009

Featuring the work of Clark Center faculty members Karl Deisseroth and Mark Schnitzer, supported by a Bio-X NeuroVentures grant.

From treating depression and Alzheimer's to decoding how thinking and emotions work, Stanford researchers are starting to "crack the code" for how the nervous system creates our mental lives.

James Harris, Electrical Engineering
Development of Integrated Semiconductor Optical Imaging Sensors for Chronic Minimally Invasive Optical Imaging of Rodent Brain Functions

2009 IIP Symposium - August 24, 2009

Michael Clarke, Medicine (Oncology)
Molecular and Functional Characterization of Colon Tumor Cancer Stem Cells and Stroma

2009 IIP Symposium - August 24, 2009

February 2008 Interdisciplinary Initiatives Seed Grant Symposium Closing Comments

IIP Symposium - February 20, 2008