Stanford ChEM-H is soliciting seed grant proposals from the Stanford community of postdoctoral researchers for exploratory projects that align with the Institute’s mission. Proposals are due June 1, 2018.
Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL) and Stanford University seek applicants for short-term international research exchanges funded by Firmenich. Applications are due May 16, 2018.
Incoming Ph.D. students interested in exploring the interface between chemistry, biology, engineering, and medicine are encouraged to apply once they are admitted to a home department program at Stanford. Current MSTP students may apply during their M2 or G1 year. Applications are due May 4, 2018.
Stanford ChEM-H faculty fellow Carolyn Bertozzi and graduate students in her lab have developed a new tuberculosis test designed to work in low-resource settings.
Stanford ChEM-H director Chaitan Khosla's new research on celiac disease is highlighted in Science Daily.
Stanford ChEM-H faculty fellow Stanley Qi and his team used gene-editing techniques to create human immune cells that target and kill cancerous cells, such as leukemia. The approach could be adapted to an array of diseases ranging from solid tumors to neurological and autoimmune disorders.
Stanford and Takeda Pharmaceuticals have formed the Alliance for Innovative Medicines, which will help transform Stanford research into next-generation treatments for disease. Stanford ChEM-H will manage the new collaborative program.
Stanford ChEM-H is hiring new faculty whose research bridges chemistry, engineering and medicine to buid a community of scientists who will drive the engineering of molecules, materials, and measurement tools that help understand humans and treat disease.
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