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

  • If you would like to view our Undergraduate Summer Research Program weekly faculty talks, they are available here: USRP Faculty Talks
  • If you would like to view lectures by Interdisciplinary Initiatives Seed Grant Program awardees delivered at our symposia, they are available here: IIP Seed Grant Symposium Talks
  • Other videos featuring Stanford Bio-X affiliates' research can be found here: Additional Talks

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Understanding freezing of gait in Parkinson's Disease: A Stanford Bio-X Fellowship has supported Stanford Bio-X Bowes Fellow Johanna O'Day, who works with Dr. Scott Delp in Bioengineering and Mechanical Engineering and Dr. Helen Bronte-Stewart in Neurology & Neurological Sciences on understanding freezing of gait in Parkinson's Disease patients. Johanna is passionate about transformative interdisciplinary research and making an impact!

Check out their recent publication in PLOS ONE!

Support from the Stanford Bio-X Undergraduate Summer Research Program helped Kristina Correa gain hands-on research experience in the laboratory of Dr. Theo Palmer and empowered her to continue in research. Kristina later receieved a Rhodes Scholarship to study at Oxford University!

Support from the Stanford Bio-X Undergraduate Summer Research Program allowed Stanford undergraduate Jacob Greene to work in Michelle Monje's lab, investigating the mechanisms and effects of chemotherapy on the brains of children. Jacob was a co-author on multiple publications related to this work!

Check out their publication in Nature Check out their publication in Cell

Understanding freezing of gait in Parkinson's Disease: Dr. Scott Delp, Professor of Bioengineering and Mechanical Engineering, and Stanford Bio-X Bowes Fellow Johanna O'Day, discuss how a Stanford Bio-X Fellowship has supported their collaborative work with Dr. Helen Bronte-Stewart in Neurology & Neurological Sciences on understanding freezing of gait in Parkinson's Disease patients. Johanna is passionate about transformative interdisciplinary research and making an impact!

Check out their recent publication in PLOS ONE!

Investigating a novel link between tissue structure and cell differentiation during organ self-renewal: Dr. Lucy O'Brien, Associate Professor of Molecular & Cellular Physiology, and Stanford Bio-X Bowes Fellow Paola Moreno-Roman discuss how a Stanford Bio-X Fellowship supported Paola's work to explore the role of tissue structure in regulating division fates, seeking to better understand how tissue homeostasis is achieved. Learn more about Paola's research!

A Scalable Approach to Neural Recording and Stimulation for Deep Brain Stimulation: Dr. Nick Melosh, Professor of Materials Science & Engineering, and Stanford Bio-X Bruce and Elizabeth Dunlevie Fellow, Stanford Bio-X SIGF Abdulmalik Obaid discuss how a Stanford Bio-X Fellowship supported Abdul's work bringing together materials science and microfabrication techniques with electrophysiology to create the highest lateral density neuroprosthetic ever made, to study the mechanistic and therapeutic effects of deep brain stimulation (DBS) for Parkinson’s disease. Learn more about Abdul's research!

Engineering cells for immune tolerance: A Stanford Bio-X Fellowship has supported Stanford Bio-X Bowes Fellow Payton Marshall's work with Dr. Paul Bollyky, Associate Professor of Medicine and of Microbiology & Immunology, and Dr. Carolyn Bertozzi, Baker Family Director of Stanford ChEM-H and Anne T. & Robert M. Bass Professor in the School of Humanities & Sciences, to conduct groundbreaking research at the interface of immunology and chemistry!

Don't miss their recent publication in Matrix Biology!

Helping children with cardiovascular defects: Dr. Alison Marsden, Associate Professor of Pediatrics and Bioengineering, and Stanford Bio-X Fellow Melody Dong, discuss how Bio-X has supported their research using fluid dynamics simulations to study blood flow in pulmonary arterial hypertension due to congenital heart defects. They hope that this work will lead to new treatments for children with pulmonary hypertension.

Don't miss their recent publication in the American Journal of Physiology!

Understanding the interplay of cell volume regulation, ECM viscoelasticity and the response to inflammation: Drs. Nidhi Bhutani, Associate Professor of Orthopaedic Surgery, and Ovijit Chaudhuri, Associate Professor of Mechanical Engineering, discuss their Stanford Bio-X Seed Grant supported collaboration to develop new interdisciplinary treatments for osteoathritis.

Don't miss their recent publication in Nature Biomedical Engineering!

Grow with the flow - bacterial biomass accumulation along the human intestine

2021 Talks in English (T.I.E.) - Monday, February 22, 2021

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