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2019/7/3 更新


No 開催日 講師 演題 所属先・職名
1. 4月10日(水) Ben D. MACARTHUR Machine learning of cell identities from single cell expression data Professor, Mathematical Sciences, the University of Southampton (Visiting Prof., IRCMS)
2. 5月15日(水) Terumasa UMEMOTO Energy metabolism regulates hematopoietic stem cell divisions Associate Professor, IRCMS
3. 6月13日(木) Nam Long NGUYEN Lipid signalling and transport in health and disease Assistant Professor, Department of Biochemistry, Yong Loo Lin School of Medicine, National University of Singapore (Visiting Associate Prof., IRCMS)
4. 7月10日(水) Yosuke MUKOYAMA Development of Neuro-Immune Interactions Senior Investigator, Cell and Developmental Biology Center, NHLBI, NIH (Visiting Prof., IRCMS)
5. 8月28日(水) Yuichiro ARIMA Ketone Body Metabolism in Health and Diseases Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Medical Sciences
6. 9月11日(水) Masanori NAKAYAMA Digenic inheritance of mutations in EPH and SLC26A4 in Pendred syndrome Group Leader, Max Planck Institute for Heart and Lung Research (Visiting Associate Prof. IRCMS)
7. 9月25日(水) Masahiro ONO Investigating time-dependent dynamic mechanisms of T cell regulation by single cell technologies Senior Lecturer, Imperial College London (Visiting Associate Prof., IRCMS)
8. 10月9日(水) Pilhan KIM Seeing Live Cell In Vivo : Intra-Vital Microscopy Associate Professor, Graduate School of Nanoscience and Technology, KAIST, Korea (Visiting Associate Prof., IRCMS)
9. 11月6日(水) Ruby HUANG GRHL2: a pioneer factor Professor, National Taiwan University (Visiting Associate Prof., IRCMS)
10. 12月18日(水) Keisuke HORIKAWA Eui-Cheol SHIN Prof., Graduate School of Medical Science and Engineering, KAIST
11. 1月15日(水) Keisuke HORIKAWA Lymphoma mutations – The dark side of B cell development ACRF Department of Cancer Biology and Therapeutics, The Australian National University (Visiting Associate Prof., IRCMS)
12. 2月19日(水) Young Seok JU Somatic mutations in human cells. Assistant Prof., Graduate School of Medical Science and Engineering, KAIST