Aiko was awarded research grants from Hoyu Science Foundation (Japanese text only) The Nakatomi Foundation Also, she was chosen as a Nanotech Research Professional (N.R.P.) by Nanotech Career-up Alliance.
Our lab will host a seminar on Feb. 16 as follows. When: 16:00-17:00 on Friday, Feb. 16, 2017
Venue: Seminar room, 2F, Bldg. A, TARA Center
Speaker: Hirano Tomoko, M.D.
Department of Dermatology
Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine “Elastic fiber network: three-dimensional visualization of the human skin by two-photon microscopy”
Elastic fibers are the second major component of dermal connective tissue. It has been suggested that
Jaakko completed his fellowship training in our laboratory. Jaakko, thanks for all your critical comments during lab meeting and journal club and facilitating the discussion. We wish you the best for your next round of challenges! Also, we have new members. Kae, Junior in Medical Sciences, joined our lab in last December, and Yen, the first year student in the Human Biology Program, in last January.
Welcome Kae and Yen! We updated “Lab Members” page. A photo of the farewel
Hiromi, Yoshito, Thang, Caroline, Karina, and Seung Jae participated in the 1st Japanese Circulation Society Council Forum on Basic CardioVascular Research (BCVR), which was held in Tokyo on Jan. 6 and 7. Yoshito gave a presentation on our poster, and received a poster award. We have added the photos from the forum to the photo page. Also, there are new photos from TARA Center potluck lunch party held on Jan. 4.
Aiko’s activities in October and November 2017: She gave a career talk at the Explanatory Seminar for Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) held at the University of Tsukuba on Oct. 26 as an HFSP fellow. >>Explanatory Seminar for Human Frontier Science Program
(English texts are at the bottom of the page.)
>>Her message to the prospective applicants (Japanese texts only) She gave an invited presentation at the 3rd Stem Cell Meeting (the linked page is only in Japanes