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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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Connectomics: implications in health and disease

2020 Stanford Bio-X USRP Talks - Wednesday, July 22, 2020

Ultrasound, Nanoparticles, and Neuromodulation

2020 Stanford Bio-X USRP Talks - Wednesday, July 8, 2020

Bacterial growth dynamics in the human large intestine

2020 Stanford Bio-X USRP Talks - Wednesday, July 1, 2020

Using a small sea anemone in the lab to learn about reef-building corals

2020 Stanford Bio-X USRP Talks - Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Program Introduction

2020 Stanford Bio-X USRP Talks - Wednesday, June 24, 2020

Investigating mechanisms of ALS genes

2020 Stanford Bio-X USRP Talks - Additional Faculty Talks

The award-winning "brain stethoscope" converts brain waves into sound to detect seizures: Drs. Josef Parvizi, Professor of Neurology, and Chris Chafe, Duca Family Professor of Music and Director of the Center for Computer Research in Music & Acoustics, discuss their Stanford Bio-X supported collaboration.

Interdisciplinary advances can help us understand the complexity of the brain: Dr. Sergiu Pasca, Assistant Professor of Psych & Behavioral Sciences, and Dr. Hunter Fraser, Associate Professor of Biology, share the progress of their Stanford Bio-X Seed Grant!

Check out their recent publication in Nature!

Towards better therapies for ovarian cancer: Drs. Sarah Heilshorn, Associate Professor of Materials Science & Engineering and, by courtesy, of ChemEng and BioE, and Erinn Rankin, Assistant Professor of Radiation Oncology and OBGYN, discuss their Stanford Bio-X supported collaboration.


A Stanford Bio-X seed grant helped launch a new interdisciplinary research technique: Drs. Polly Fordyce, Assistant Professor of Genetics & Bioengineering and Co-Director of the Stanford Microfluidics Foundry, and Martha Cyert, the Dr. Nancy Chang Professor, share how!

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