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Stanford Bio-X Videos

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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How to Form Your Career Around Medical Device Innovation

2016 USRP Talks - Wednesday, June 22, 2016

Heideh Fattaey, Executive Director of Operations & Programs, Stanford Bio-X
2016 Interdisciplinary Initiatives Seed Grant Symposium Introduction

2016 IIP Symposium - February 17, 2016

Mary Teruel, Chemical and Systems Biology
A Circadian Code for Fat Cell Differentiation

2016 IIP Symposium - February 17, 2016

Daniel Spielman, Radiology
In Vivo Metabolic Imaging of Senescent Cells Using Hyperpolarized 13C MRS

2016 IIP Symposium - February 17, 2016

Unfolding The Brain

Can the way the brain folds determine how you think? Engineer Ellen Kuhl explains how mechanical forces affect the wrinkles in your brain.

Supported by 2014 Stanford Bio-X Seed Grant: "Understanding Gyrification Dynamics in the Human Brain"

Carla Shatz: Extending the window on learning

Carla Shatz, Director of Stanford Bio-X, is carrying out research that could help adults learn new skills as easily as children do. Her work could help adults learn languages, improve memory, or improve brain function after stroke. Shatz says the collaborative environment at Stanford that makes her work possible.

2015 Stanford Bio-X Fellows Symposium: Wirelessly Powered, Fully Internal Optogenetics for Brain, Spinal, and Peripheral Circuits in Mice

2015 Fellows Symposium - October 6, 2015

2015 Stanford Bio-X Fellows Symposium: New Fellows' Introductions

2015 Stanford Bio-X Fellows:

Atish Agarwala
Matthew Bull
Junhong Choi
Anna Cunningham
Jasmine Dickinson
Nir Even-Chen
Peyton Greenside
Kevin Hart
Brian Hsueh
Ivan Ivanov
Daniel Kim
Benjamin Kotopka
Brad Krajina
Deepak Krishnamurthy
Chao Liu
Aaron Mayer
Teresa Purzner
Adam Rubin
Tim Schnabel
Johanna Sweere
Matthew Titchenal
Graham Walmsley
Wanxin Wang
Andrew Yang
Danqing Zhu

2015 Fellows Symposium - October 6, 2015

2015 Stanford Bio-X Fellows Symposium: Introduction

2015 Fellows Symposium - October 6, 2015

2015 Stanford Bio-X Fellows Symposium: Learning the Structure of Biomedical Relationships from Unstructured Text

2015 Fellows Symposium - October 6, 2015

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