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Tracking COVID-19 in Pac-12 athletes using smartwatches

Last spring, researchers from Stanford Medicine, Fitbit and Scripps Research Institute launched a study to help improve prediction and detection of COVID-19 cases through smartwatch data. Now, Michael Snyder, PhD,...

Last spring, researchers from Stanford Medicine, Fitbit and Scripps Research Institute launched a study to help improve prediction and detection of COVID-19 cases through smartwatch data. Now, Michael Snyder, PhD,...

Predicting premature birth in low-resource settings

...those of scientists Brice Gaudilliere, MD, PhD; Martin Angst, MD; Stephen Quake, PhD; and Michael Snyder, PhD. "The study itself is a proof of concept showing that bio-repositories can be...

...those of scientists Brice Gaudilliere, MD, PhD; Martin Angst, MD; Stephen Quake, PhD; and Michael Snyder, PhD. "The study itself is a proof of concept showing that bio-repositories can be...

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Understanding the biological clock of pregnancy

...cellular fuel and byproducts of cellular processes. By tracking metabolite levels, scientists can determine what cells are actually doing in real time, said Michael Snyder, PhD, professor of genetics. "Genetics...

...cellular fuel and byproducts of cellular processes. By tracking metabolite levels, scientists can determine what cells are actually doing in real time, said Michael Snyder, PhD, professor of genetics. "Genetics...

What happens when a person with prediabetes get a viral infection? New study provides in-depth look

...still unclear," said Michael Snyder, PhD, professor and chair of genetics. A new study now provides a glimpse into the immune and microbial states of individuals who are healthy or...

...still unclear," said Michael Snyder, PhD, professor and chair of genetics. A new study now provides a glimpse into the immune and microbial states of individuals who are healthy or...

What healthy looks like: New study offers clues based on personalized tracking

...what 'healthy' looks like at an individual biochemical level," said Stanford geneticist Michael Snyder, PhD, in a recent Stanford news release. As part of an international collaboration, Snyder used big...

...what 'healthy' looks like at an individual biochemical level," said Stanford geneticist Michael Snyder, PhD, in a recent Stanford news release. As part of an international collaboration, Snyder used big...

NASA Twins Study: A tale of two Kellys

...in space. At Stanford, Michael Snyder, MD, and a team of researchers characterized the molecular shifts in both Kellys; they examined the immune-, metabolic- and protein production-related stresses imposed by...

...in space. At Stanford, Michael Snyder, MD, and a team of researchers characterized the molecular shifts in both Kellys; they examined the immune-, metabolic- and protein production-related stresses imposed by...

What chemicals or critters do you encounter daily? Stanford researchers are taking a look

...Francisco. But Stanford professor and chair of genetics Michael Snyder, MD, is flipping that notion on its head. He and postdoctoral scholar Chao Jiang, PhD, have devised a way to...

...Francisco. But Stanford professor and chair of genetics Michael Snyder, MD, is flipping that notion on its head. He and postdoctoral scholar Chao Jiang, PhD, have devised a way to...

A look at how colds and chronic disease affect DNA expression

...of those fluctuations remain little understood, including how a disease like a cold or a more complex chronic condition affects gene expression. But Michael Snyder, PhD, professor and chair of...

...of those fluctuations remain little understood, including how a disease like a cold or a more complex chronic condition affects gene expression. But Michael Snyder, PhD, professor and chair of...

The “exposome” revealed: a barrage of bacteria, chemicals, microscopic animals and more

For two years straight, Michael Snyder, PhD, professor and chair of genetics at Stanford, sported a peculiar accessory -- a little gray box strapped to his bicep. The rather mundane-looking...

For two years straight, Michael Snyder, PhD, professor and chair of genetics at Stanford, sported a peculiar accessory -- a little gray box strapped to his bicep. The rather mundane-looking...

Can genome sequencing be used to predict disease? Quite possibly, new research suggests

Genome sequencing is currently tapped to diagnose diseases and to personalize cancer treatments. But can it also be used to predict disease? Michael Snyder, PhD, professor and chair of genetics...

Genome sequencing is currently tapped to diagnose diseases and to personalize cancer treatments. But can it also be used to predict disease? Michael Snyder, PhD, professor and chair of genetics...

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Continuous blood sugar monitoring suggests even “healthy” people need to mind their carbs

...Michael Snyder, PhD, professor and chair of genetics at Stanford, led the work, which was published online in PLOS Biology. As he explains in our release: 'We saw that some...

...Michael Snyder, PhD, professor and chair of genetics at Stanford, led the work, which was published online in PLOS Biology. As he explains in our release: 'We saw that some...

...the molecular and microbial changes revert back to normal when you lose the weight. The study, led by Stanford's Michael Snyder, PhD, chair of genetics, gathered billions of data points...

...the molecular and microbial changes revert back to normal when you lose the weight. The study, led by Stanford's Michael Snyder, PhD, chair of genetics, gathered billions of data points...

Integrative prediction model uses “omics”, histopathology to improve cancer prognosis

...geneticist Michael Snyder, PhD, used a similar layering technique to help researchers and clinicians analyze patches of cancer cells from tissue biopsies. They've worked out a way to overlay the...

...geneticist Michael Snyder, PhD, used a similar layering technique to help researchers and clinicians analyze patches of cancer cells from tissue biopsies. They've worked out a way to overlay the...

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Power in numbers: Researchers collaborate to study tissue-specific gene expression

...various diseases. For the past seven years, Stanford geneticists Stephen Montgomery, PhD, Michael Snyder, PhD and Jin Billy Li, PhD, have worked with a consortium of researchers from 30 institutes,...

...various diseases. For the past seven years, Stanford geneticists Stephen Montgomery, PhD, Michael Snyder, PhD and Jin Billy Li, PhD, have worked with a consortium of researchers from 30 institutes,...

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Blood, sweat and tears: How Stanford built a rare disease biorepository in a few days

...genetic counselor in the lab of Michael Snyder, PhD, professor and chair of genetics. Laila Craveiro, the event's nurse manager, oversaw the 18 nurses, phlebotomists, coordinators and physicians that it...

...genetic counselor in the lab of Michael Snyder, PhD, professor and chair of genetics. Laila Craveiro, the event's nurse manager, oversaw the 18 nurses, phlebotomists, coordinators and physicians that it...

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Predicting lung cancer type and patient survival with computers

...well. I recalled this event as I was working on one of our recent press releases describing work conducted in the laboratories of geneticist Michael Snyder, PhD, and radiologist Daniel...

...well. I recalled this event as I was working on one of our recent press releases describing work conducted in the laboratories of geneticist Michael Snyder, PhD, and radiologist Daniel...

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