ChEM-H is seeking applications from scientists, engineers, and physician-scientists.
ChEM-H is soliciting applications for postdoc mentors to join the Stanford ChEM-H Undergraduate Scholars Program, which provides a year-long, interdisciplinary research training experience to undergraduate sophomores.
A new Stanford study identified a molecule that offers natural protection against Salmonella bacteria. Co-authors of the interdisciplinary paper include four ChEM-H faculty fellows and scientists from the ChEM-H Medicinal Chemistry Knowledge Center.
Successful proposals combined the complementary expertise of two or more postdoctoral researchers seeking to collaboratively explore a potentially transformative new idea with the support of their mentors.
Stanford ChEM-H seed grant recipients Olivia Martinez, Stephan Busque, and Mark Davis have joined forces to predict which kidney transplant patients are at risk of CMV infections.
The Chemistry/Biology Interface Training Program (CBI) has selected 11 new PhD trainees to join the program in Fall 2018.
Stanford ChEM-H seed grant winners Eric Kool and Kenneth Weinberg are developing a test for aldehydes in blood. This new test could aid in the development of treatments to stop aldehyde-induced DNA damage.
This year, ChEM-H named one new doctoral fellow and one honorary fellow.
Stanford ChEM-H is hiring new faculty whose research bridges chemistry, engineering and medicine to build a community of scientists who will drive the engineering of molecules, materials, and measurement tools that help understand humans and treat disease.
Jonathan Long joined Stanford ChEM-H as assistant professor of pathology
Michael Fischbach joined Stanford ChEM-H as associate professor of bioengineering
Lingyin Li joined Stanford ChEM-H as assistant professor of biochemistry
Lei Stanley Qi joined Stanford ChEM-H as assistant professor of bioengineering and of chemical and systems biology
Polly Fordyce joined Stanford ChEM-H as assistant professor of genetics.
Carolyn Bertozzi joined Stanford ChEM-H as professor of chemistry and, by courtesy, of chemical and systems biology.
Peter Kim joined Stanford ChEM-H as professor of biochemistry