Keiko who covered administrative work since last September will move to a new laboratory from April.
Kotaro, who completed the undergraduate thesis project, will move to the Biomedical Engineering Lab in the Medical Campus.
He will continue to research in the Master’s Program in Medical Sciences. Good luck to both of them!
Thang presented his work on ECM and vascular remodeling at the poster session during the Annual Meeting of the Asian Society for Cardiovascular and Thoracic Surgery (http://www.ascvts2017.org/index.htm) held in Seoul, Korea from March 23-26.
Lal and Kaori, second year students in the Human Biology Program, completed short-term lab rotation and returned to the home lab.
Lal learned lectin array in the laboratory of Dr. Hiroaki Tateno at the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST) in Tsukuba and Kaori learned biomaterial technology in the laboratory of Dr. Schenke-Layland at the Fraunhofer IGB in Stuttgart.
We are accepting master and doctoral students for academic year 2018.
General information for prospective students is found here: http://eng.ap-graduate.tsukuba.ac.jp Master’s Program in Medical Sciences: http://www.md.tsukuba.ac.jp/FrontierSite/en/
Doctoral Program in Biomedical Sciences: http://www.md.tsukuba.ac.jp/gradmed/en/research/index.html
Ph.D. Program in Human Biology: http://hbp.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/ We are also accepting students for the undergraduate thesis projec
On March 8, we held a round table discussion with Dr. Kazuaki Nagayama from the Department of Intelligent Systems Engineering at Ibaraki University on “analysis of mechanical stress response using atomic force microscopy”.
Hiromi gave oral presentations and participated in discussion in the plenary session entitled “ Action Plan for 202030” in the Annual Scientific Meeting of the Japanese Circulation Society in Kanazawa city from March 17-19.