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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Tom Clandinin, PhD, a Stanford professor of neurobiology, started spending time in...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Tom Clandinin, PhD, a Stanford professor of neurobiology, started spending time in...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. The promise of precision health comes to life in the work of...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. The promise of precision health comes to life in the work of...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. For those of us younger than a certain age, this video featuring...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. For those of us younger than a certain age, this video featuring...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. The immune system's main players — the B cells and T cells,...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. The immune system's main players — the B cells and T cells,...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. DNA, RNA, protein, end of story, right? Well, no. Sometimes, RNA is...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. DNA, RNA, protein, end of story, right? Well, no. Sometimes, RNA is...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Ion channels are similar to very sophisticated dog doors. They're specific, only...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Ion channels are similar to very sophisticated dog doors. They're specific, only...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Viruses are the ultimate uninvited guests. They barge in and make themselves...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Viruses are the ultimate uninvited guests. They barge in and make themselves...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Think back on the last time you came down with something. First...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Think back on the last time you came down with something. First...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Before all things "x", there was Bio-X, Stanford's groundbreaking interdisciplinary facilitator. But...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. Before all things "x", there was Bio-X, Stanford's groundbreaking interdisciplinary facilitator. But...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. William Talbot, PhD, started out studying how caterpillars become butterflies. Now a...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. William Talbot, PhD, started out studying how caterpillars become butterflies. Now a...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. The enthusiasm of Tom Wandless, PhD, in this video is contagious. Wandless,...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative biomedical researchers. The enthusiasm of Tom Wandless, PhD, in this video is contagious. Wandless,...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford's most innovative biomedical researchers. To develop treatments capable of combatting metastatic cancers, or those that invade...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford's most innovative biomedical researchers. To develop treatments capable of combatting metastatic cancers, or those that invade...

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Biomed Bites is back. It's a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford's most innovative biomedical researchers. A love of mathematics propelled Ying Lu, PhD, to his current...

Biomed Bites is back. It's a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford's most innovative biomedical researchers. A love of mathematics propelled Ying Lu, PhD, to his current...

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It’s a gadget straight out of Star Trek — a breath analyzer that may someday quickly and noninvasively detect everything from diabetes to cancers. In a new Stanford Medicine magazine...

It’s a gadget straight out of Star Trek — a breath analyzer that may someday quickly and noninvasively detect everything from diabetes to cancers. In a new Stanford Medicine magazine...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative researchers. Initially, Stephen Baccus, PhD, wanted to understand how computers work. It didn't take...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford’s most innovative researchers. Initially, Stephen Baccus, PhD, wanted to understand how computers work. It didn't take...

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Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford's most innovative researchers. Tweak a piano string and you've created a different note. Tweak a gene...

Welcome to Biomed Bites, a weekly feature that introduces readers to some of Stanford's most innovative researchers. Tweak a piano string and you've created a different note. Tweak a gene...

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