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  • Michelle Monje, MD, PhD, in the Monje Lab were they study the molecular and cellular mechanisms of postnatal neurodevelopment.Michelle Monje, MD, PhD, in the Monje Lab were they study the molecular and cellular mechanisms of postnatal neurodevelopment.

Brain and Behavior's Research and Innovation

The outstanding outcomes we achieve for newborns and children with disorders of brain development, structure or function are the result of our ongoing dedication to scientific research that brings breakthrough medicine directly to your child's care. Our Stanford Medicine physician-scientists enjoy a unique collaborative environment at the Stanford University School of Medicine, sharing ideas across a variety of disciplines to rapidly advance treatments and allowing us to successfully treat many children with complex cases that could not be resolved elsewhere.

Learn more about our research and innovation:

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