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Piecing together antibodies

Institute Scholar Christopher Barnes on his path to ChEM-H, antibody jigsaw puzzles, and the importance of mentorship.

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Carolyn Bertozzi

“ChEM-H is a hub of innovation that brings the power of diversity to improve human health: diversity of disciplines - life, physical and clinical sciences - and most importantly, diversity of people.” 

         Carolyn Bertozzi

Baker Family Director, Stanford ChEM-H; Anne T. and Robert M. Bass Professor of Chemistry and HHMI Investigator

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ChEM-H's flagship graduate training program prepares the next generation of interdisciplinary scientists

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Kolade Adebowale studies cancer cell migration on squishy materials

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Into the lysosome

Monther Abu-Remaileh works on a not-well-understood part of cells called the lysosome. He explains why the lysosome matters for health – and basic biology – and why ChEM-H is the ideal place for pursuing this research.

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