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Jul 26 2018 | Stanford Medicine
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.
Jul 18 2018 | Stanford News
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.
Jul 18 2018 | Stanford News
ChEM-H faculty fellow KC Huang discovers a critical physical role for bacterial outer membrane in maintaining cell integrity.
Jul 16 2018 | Stanford Medicine
ChEM-H faculty fellow Sam Gambhir and collaborators are developing a novel cancer-detection method, as reported in a recent Nature Biomedical Engineering paper.
Jun 27 2018 | Stanford News
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 in patients with Fanconi anemia and help millions who are at risk of aldehyde-related cancers.
Jun 26 2018 | Stanford Medicine
ChEM-H faculty fellow Joseph Wu and his colleagues have used genetic-editing tools and stem cell technology to determine whether a particular genetic mutation could contribute to a heart condition.
Jun 8 2018 | Stanford News
Nate Hansen, a 2016 ChEM-H Undergraduate Scholar, was one of twenty Stanford students and alumni to receive a 2018-19 Fulbright grant.
Jun 5 2018
ChEM-H faculty fellow Polly Fordyce discusses her recent paper published in PNAS. Co-authors include ChEM-H postdoc mentor and undergraduate scholar pair, Daniel Le and Allison Keys, and CBI graduate student, Arjun Aditham.
May 23 2018 | Stanford News
Two ChEM-H faculty fellows have received this prestigious honor from the Howard Hughes Medical Institute.
May 17 2018 | Stanford Engineering
ChEM-H faculty fellow Ovijit Chaudhuri and his graduate student have developed a new method to better understand how cells grow inside the human body.
ChEM-H co-director Carolyn Bertozzi has been elected as one of this year’s ten new Foreign Members to the Royal Society for her pioneering work in the field of bioorthogonal chemistry.
May 14 2018 | Stanford Medicine
ChEM-H faculty fellow Sam Gambhir and his colleagues have found a way to track the effectiveness of a cancer immunotherapy in the body.
May 2 2018 | Stanford News
By combining computer simulations with laboratory experiments, an international team led by ChEM-H faculty fellow Ron Dror seeks to design more effective drugs with fewer dangerous side effects.
Apr 3 2018 | Stanford Medicine
ChEM-H faculty fellow Mary Teruel and her colleagues discovered that rising and falling levels of hormones known as glucocorticoids can affect weight gain.
Apr 2 2018 | Stanford Medicine
ChEM-H faculty fellow Christina Smolke and her research group have found a new way of producing a drug with potential anti-cancer properties.
Mar 27 2018 | Stanford News
ChEM-H faculty fellows and trainees are studying how the mechanics of molecules, cells, and tissues regulate biological structure and function.
Mar 12 2018 | Stanford Engineering
ChEM-H faculty fellow K.C. Huang and researchers in his lab have discovered a genetic “tuning knob” that can increase the size of harmful bacteria like E. coli, making them more susceptible to antibiotics.
ChEM-H faculty fellow Jennifer Cochran discusses the development of new methods for treating cancer. These methods aim to treat cancer with more precision and fewer side-effects than existing treatments.
Mar 2 2018 | Stanford Medicine
ChEM-H faculty fellow Sergiu Pasca and his lab use 3-D brain cultures, or "brain balls," to study psychiatric and neurological disease.
Mar 1 2018 | Stanford Medicine
ChEM-H director Chaitan Khosla and his team identified a chemical "switch" that could lead to a treatment for celiac disease.


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