Recently, new members, Ango, Kyoko and Ruri joined our group! We also took a photo with our current members!
In these couple of months, we had recent publications and updated “Publications”! Read More
Our paper in collaboration with Dr. Chaleckis and Prof. Wheelock got published in Experimental Eye Research! Rodi (currently, Ritsumeikan University) took a lead to accomplish this project. Congratulations! Title: Spatiotemporal determination of metabolite activities in the corneal epithelium on a chip Authors: Rodi Abdalkader, Romanas Chaleckis, Craig E. Wheelock, Ken-ichiroKamei Abstract: The corneal epithelial barrier… Read More
Dr. Yoshi Endo (WRC, Kyoto U) finally got his Ph.D. from Kyoto University! Congratulations!
Rodi (former assistant professor) and Xiaopeng (former postdoc) got their new positions. Interestingly, both of them joined Ritsumeikan University as an assistant professor! Thank you very much for great jobs at our lab. We wish their great success and career!
Wishing you a Happy New Year with the hope that you will have many blessings in the year to come.
Our paper have been published in Optics Letters. This research was based on the collaboration with Dr. Hirori (Kyoto U), Dr. Sakaguchi (Kyoto U) and Dr. Tachizaki (Tokai U) to elucidate the effects of THz pulse on gene networks in human induced pluripotent stem cells. This paper has been introduced on iCeMS, Kyoto U website.… Read More
Our recent achievement got published in Frontiers in Bioeng. Biotechnol. Congratulations to Yoshimoto-kun, Nicolas, Kaylene and Janmesh! Thank you very much for Hirai-sensei and Jiandong for your kind contribution! Title: Recapitulation of Human Embryonic Heartbeat to Promote Differentiation of Hepatic Endoderm to Hepatoblasts Journal: Frontiers in Bioeng. Biotechnol. Authors: K. Yoshimoto, N. Miner, J. Yang,… Read More
Finally, our recent achievement in collaboration with Prof. Murayama and Mr. Endo got published in Genome Biology and Evolution! Title: Genetic signatures of evolution of the pluripotency gene regulating network across mammals Abstract: Mammalian pluripotent stem cells (PSCs) have distinct molecular and biological characteristics among species, but to date we lack a comprehensive understanding of… Read More
A new article has been added to “iCeMS Frontrunners”. The tenth interview is with Dr Ken-ichiro Kamei. In the series, we interview the leaders who are active at the forefront of iCeMS, and ask them not only about their researches but also personal lives. Dr Kamei develops the “Body-on-a-Chip” technology, hoping to reduce the use… Read More