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  • Tatsuo Kuroda
    Professor

    Pediatric Surgery


    Cellular kinetics of pediatric cancer; pediatric cancer stem cells, fetal surgery



    Basic research on cellular kinetics and cancer stem cells of pediatric cancers associated with clinical trials of new treatment strategies. Develoment of fetal diagnostic and surgical techniques.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Hideyuki Shimizu
    Professor

    Cardiovascular Surgery


    Cardiovascular surgery; Endovascular stent-graft; minimally invasive cardiac surgery; organ protection methods; artificial heart and blood vessels



    Developing surgical methods with a basis in implementing major surgery and minimally invasive treatments for cardiac and aortic diseases; and research on perioperative organ protection methods. Development of new treatments and diagnostic methods for aortic aneurysm and aortic dissection.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Hisao Asamura
    Professor

    General Thoracic Surgery


    General thoracic surgery; thoracic oncology; TNM stage classification of cancer (UICC); cancer registry and database development; minimally invasive thoracic surgery



    Multidisciplinary therapy of lung cancer, thymic epithelial tumor, pleural mesothelioma, and other thoracic malignancies; clinical trials including surgery for thoracic malignancies; TNM stage classification (UICC); development of minimally-invasive surgical techniques for lung cancers; lung cancer registry.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Tomoyuki Hishida
    Associate Professor

    General Thoracic Surgery


    General thoracic surgery, Thoracic oncology, Multimodality treatment, Minimally invasive thoracic surgery



    Surgical treatment for lung cancer, thymic epithelial tumor, malignant pleural mesothelioma, and other thoracic malignancies; clinical trials including surgery for thoracic malignancies; development of multimodality treatment and minimally invasive surgery for thoracic malignancies.

  • Masahiro Toda
    Professor

    Neurosurgery


    Brain tumors; pituitary tumors; endoscopic skull base surgery; immunotherapy



    Development of minimally invasive treatments for brain tumors, pituitary tumors, and skull base tumors (endonasal endoscope surgery, 3D surgical simulation). Development of new treatments for malignant brain tumors (immunotherapy, gene therapy, and cell therapy).

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Morio Matsumoto
    Professor

    Orthopedic Surgery


    Spine Surgery, Minimally Invasive Spine Therapies, Scoliosis



    Developing prosthetics necessary for spinal surgery. Identifying scoliosis susceptible genes and developing new assesment and surgical methods. Multicenter collaborative research on spine disorders. Researching spine aging through MRI machines. Researching the invasiveness of spine surgery.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Masaya Nakamura
    Professor

    Orthopedic Surgery


    Spine and Spinal Cord Surgery, Spinal Cord Disorder Therapies, Neuroscience (Spinal Cord Regeneration, Growth factors, Neuroimaging)



    Multicenter collaborative research on spine and spinal cord disorders. Developing regenerative medicine for musculoskeletal disorders, especially for spinal cord injury and new assessment methods through MRI and CT. Working on (1) iPS cell-based transplant therapies, (2) hepatocyte growth factors, (3) suppression of axonal growth inhibitors.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Kazuki Sato
    Professor

    Institute for Integrated Sports Medicine


    Sport Related Injuries and Disorders in Upper Extremity, Hand and Elbow Surgery, General Orthopaedic Surgery,



    1)Biomechanics:Biomechanics of the elbow in the throwingathlete; 2)Effects of adipose-derived mesenchymal stem/stromal cell line on enthesopathy; 3)Peripheral Nerve:Peripheral nerve regeneration with stem cells purified from neural crest-like cells, derived from human induced pluripotent stem cells

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Yasuo Niki
    Associate Professor

    Orthopedic Surgery


    General knee surgery, Rheumatoid arthritis, Sports medicine



    Elucidating the mechanism of joint destruction in osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and biomaterial-related arthritis. Currently focusing on anatomically aligned total knee arthroplasty and regenerative medicine for cartilage degeneration in knee osteoarthritis.

  • Koota Watanabe
    Associate Professor

    Orthopedic Surgery


    Orthopedic surgery, Spine surgery



    Establishment of the novel treatments for spinal scoliosis, including conservative and surgical treatments. Research for exploring the pathology of spinal scoliosis including involvement of environmental and genetic factors. Establishment of novel treatments for lumbar spinal canal stenosis based on the pathology of the disease.

  • Tetsuya Tsuji
    Professor

    Rehabilitation Medicine


    Cancer Rehabilitation Medicine, Angiology, Clinical Neurophysiology, Exercise Physiology



    1) Developing cancer rehabilitation programs; 2) Developing a cancer functional assessment set; 3) Development of rehabilitation program for cancer patients in the outpatient setting; 4) Developing therapeutic exercises for cancer cachexia; 5) Developing evaluation methods and therapeutic exercises for lymphedema using fluorescent lymph angiography

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Michiyuki Kawakami
    Associate Professor

    Rehabilitation Medicine


    Neurorehabilitation



    I work with patients of all ages to recover from the sequelae in brain diseases. I develop and clinically apply neurorehabilitation methods based on brain science and neurophysiology.

  • Kazuo Kishi
    Professor

    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery


    Skin Regeneration (Including Skin Appendages)



    Developing skin reproduction methods that utilize adult animal cells based on the phenomenon of skin regeneration in fetal mice, and analyzing its cellular and molecular mechanisms.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Masaki Yazawa
    Associate Professor

    Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery


    Plastic and reconstructive surgery(micro surgery), Facial nerve palsy, Pediatric plastic surgery



    Platelets, which contain many growth factors have wound healing effects in addition to hemostatic and coagulation effects. Regenerative medicine technology enables the stable production of platelets in large quantities, and is developing new wound healing agents by concentrating platelets.

  • Takao Takahashi
    Professor

    Pediatrics


    Developmental Neurobiology, the Cell Cycle, Neural Stem Cells, Cerebral Cortex Assembly



    Research concerning mechanisms of developmental disorders of higher cortical function with a focus on proliferation/differentiation behavior of neural stem cells/progenitors in normal and abnormal histogenesis of the neocortex.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Hiroyuki Yamagishi
    Professor

    Pediatrics


    Pediatric Cardiology, Clinical Cardiac Development



    Congenital heart disease (CHD) occurs in nearly 1% of all live births and is the major cause of infant mortality and morbidity. Our research for identifying genetic causes and molecular mechanisms of CHD is essential not only to fully understand the disease, but also to enhance current knowledge about new preventive and/or therapeutic strategies.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Tomohiro Ishii
    Associate Professor

    Pediatrics


    Pediatric endocrinology (disorders of sex development, adrenocortical disorders, hypogonadism, precocious puberty, hypopituitarism, bone dysplasia)



    Clinical and basic researches in disorders of sex development (DSD) or adrenocortical disorders for investigating the mechanism underlying sex differentiation or adrenal development and the etiology, pathophysiology, and novel treatment of DSD or adrenocortical disorders.

  • Mariko Hida
    Associate Professor

    Pediatrics


    Pediatrics, Neonatology, Pediatric Nephrology



    Research in development of kidney function and morphogenesis, especially focusing on epigenetic modification in kidneys of preterm and low birth weight babies.

  • Daisuke Aoki
    Professor

    Gynecology


    Gynecologic Oncology, Gynecologic Pathology, Molecular Cytogenetics, Hereditary Cancer, Fertility-Preserving Therapy in Gynecological Cancer, Cancer Screening



    Pursuing new prevention and therapeutic methods based on analysis of cancer genomes and molecular cytogenesis; and also investigating diagnostic performance of profiles of biomarkers in cancer cells.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Kouji Banno
    Associate Professor

    Gynecology


    Endometrial cancer, Familial tumor, Uterine transplantation



    Genetics and epigenetics of tumorigenesis in gynecologic cancer, with a particular focus on hereditary cancer, and uterine transplantation as a new technique in oncofertility.

  • Mamoru Tanaka
    Professor

    Obstetrics


    Perinatal Medicine, Reproductive Medicine, Clinical Genetics, Embryology



    Molecular biology concerning mammalian development; fetal medicine ranging from diagnostics to therapies; research and development of treatments of perinatal diseases utilizing mesenchyme stem cells.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Daigo Ochiai
    Associate Professor

    Obstetrics


    Perinatology, Fetal medicine, Regenerative medicine (Perinatal stem cells), Deep learning, feto-maternal communications



    Our research aim is to analyze the fetal conditions using novel methods such as deep learning and develop novel treatments based on regenerative medicine and maternal-fetal interaction.

  • Tetsuo Maruyama
    Associate Professor

    Obstetrics


    Reproductive Medicine, Reproductive Endocrinology, Stem Cell Medicine, Regenerative Medicine, Clinical Genetics



    Developing new reproductive regenerative medicine aiming for the restoration and rehabilitation of reproductive capabilities, and to understand the clinical condition mechanisms of reproductive and perinatal disorders from the perspetive of stem cells as well as the endocrine system and molecular genetics.

  • Kazuno Negishi
    Professor

    Ophthalmology


    Understanding Eyeball Optical System Conditions, Analyzing Visual Performance



    Research related to visual optics and function. On the basis of the results of basic optical analysis using PC simulation, optical bench testing, and clinical data, we are trying to improve quality of vision, and aim to construct the ideal optical system for the human eye in daily activities.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Hajime Shinoda
    Associate Professor

    Ophthalmology


    Ophthalmology,Vitreoretinal disease



    New surgical procedures for vitreoretinal surgery, clinical research for vitreoretinal diseases, and new drug treatments for Retinitis pigmentosa.