2018 Life on the Flip Side: The Post-Defense Adventure
We interviewed three of the latest graduates of the Stanford Neurosciences Program to find out what the pre- and post-defense life has been like, how they made it happen, and what grand exploits they are planning to embark upon next.
2017 Meet the New Students
We were psyched to meet the 2017 first years, and had the pleasure of asking some of them a few fun interview questions! Bet you didn’t know that one of our first years was a professional poker player in a past life, that another founded a 3D printing startup company, and that another grew up in four countries (U.S., Canada, Chile, and Nicaragua)!
Thesis Defense by Christopher Mount
CAR-T cell therapy for pediatric gliomas
Thesis Defense by Chris Miller
Disorder-Specific and Transdiagnostic Functional Neuroimaging Abnormalities in Major Depressive Disorder
Thesis Defense by Huong Ha
Shank mediates a zinc-sensitive subunit switch of AMPA receptor in developing synapses
Neuro Town Hall
Thesis Defense by Erica Seigneur
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