The NSF awards this grant to support early-career faculty who have the potential to serve as academic role models in research and education and to lead advances in the mission of their department or organization.
Chistol’s CAREER Award proposal is titled “Dissecting the Mechanism of Replication Initiation in Vertebrates via Single Molecule Imaging” and centers investigation of the earliest stages of DNA replication in vertebrates. Chistol plans to use single-molecule imaging to peer into the mysterious starting site of DNA replication and detail which proteins are involved. This project also aims to support training opportunities in biotechnology for high school students. Chistol is faculty in the School of Medicine and a member of Stanford Bio-X.Read More »
Congratulations to the Institute for Stem Cell Biology and Regenerative Medicine’s Joanna Wysocka, winner of the 2022 Momentum Award from the International Society for Stem Cell Research.Read More »
SPARK is honored to receive the 2020 Janet Davison Rowley Patient Impact Research Award!
Congratulations CSB Grad Students, Postdocs, and Academic Staff on these well-deserved recognitions of your accomplishments!Read More »
Congratulations to CSB faculty Dr. Joanna Wysocka Appointment to an Endowed Professorship!Read More »
Congratulations to Dr. Kevin Grimes, who has joined The Kenneth Rainin Foundation as a Scientific Advisory Board member!
“I look forward to providing input that may help the Foundation’s outstanding group of researchers progress their discoveries.”
– Dr. Kevin Grimes
CSB faculty and senior author Dr. Mary Teruel receives the inaugural Diabetes Knowledge Advancement (DKA) Award from the Stanford Diabetes Research Center. Pictured is CSB graduate student and co-lead author Zahra Bahrami-Nejad accepting the award at the Stanford Diabetes Research Center Symposium.Read More »
Congratulations to Dr. Joanna Wysocka for her election to the American Academy of Arts and Sciences!Read More »
CSB graduate students Adriana Garcia, Egan Peltan, and Michael Swift are recipients of the 2018 NSF Graduate Research Fellowship.Read More »