2015 Neurosciences Institute Seed Grant
The Stanford Neurosciences Institute awarded their first round of Seed Grants, funding five projects, each of which brings together two or more faculty members to solve problems within the field of neuroscience.
For this round of funding, the Institute encouraged neuroscience faculty to interface with three strategic areas of strength at Stanford: 1) engineering and the quantitative sciences, 2) chemical and molecular biology, and 3) the social sciences, humanities and professional schools of education, law and business.
Congratulations to our program training faculty, Anthony Norcia, James McClelland, Jun Ding, Karen Parker, Katrin Andreasson and program instructor, Michael Bassik.
Douglas Vollrath, Genetics
Michael Bassik, Genetics
Monte Winslow, Genetics and Pathology
Jun Ding, Neurosurgery
Nicholas Melosh, Materials Science and Engineering
James McClelland, Psychology
Bruce McCandliss, Graduate School of Education
Anthony Norcia, Psychology
Karen Parker, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Alexander Urban, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Megan Albertelli, Comparative Medicine
Joachim Hallmayer, Psychiatry and Behavioral Sciences
Katrin Andreasson, Neurology and Neurological Sciences
Michelle James, Radiology
Sanjay Malhotra, Radiation Oncology