(Last updated : 2021-03-23 11:01:24)
   Department   Aoyama Gakuin University  Department of Physical Sciences, College of Science and Engineering
   Position   Assistant Professor
Main Subject
■ Specialization and related fields
Developmental biology, Biophysics, Molecular biology 
■ Academic background
1. Tokyo Metropolitan University Graduated
2. The University of Tokyo〔Master Course〕 Completed
3. The University of Tokyo〔Doctorial Course〕 Completed
4. The University of Tokyo
■ Business career
1. 2019/04~2021/03 Aoyama Gakuin University College of Science and Engineering Department of Physics and Mathematics Assistant Professor
2. 2021/04~ Aoyama Gakuin University College of Science and Engineering Department of Physical Sciences Assistant Professor
■ Book and thesis
1. Article Evolution of the avian digital pattern Scientific Reports In press (Collaboration) 2019/06
2. Article Localization of b-catenin and Islet in the pelvic fin field in zebrafish Zoological Science in press (Collaboration) 2019
3. Article Cux2 Refines the Forelimb Field by Controlling Expression of Raldh2 and Hox genes Biology Open  (Collaboration) 2019/01
4. Article Involvement of HGF/MET signaling in appendicular muscle development in cartilaginous fish Development, Growth and Differentiation 61(1),pp.97-103 (Collaboration) 2019/01
5. Article Cardiac septation in heart development and evolution Development, Growth and Differentiation 61(1),pp.114-123 (Collaboration) 2019/01
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■ Lecturer and lecture
1. 2018/12 Cell blebbing bridges time and space in zebrafish gastrulation
2. 2016/11 How to generate evolutionary novelties: a lesson from fish heart evolution
3. 2014/08 elastin gene neofunctionalization and formation of teleost-specific heart component "bulbus arteriosus" in fish evolution and development
4. 2014/05 How to convert cardiomyocyte into smooth muscle; Lessons from fish evolution
5. 2009/12 Analysis of the somite-specific enhancer of the zic genes in medaka: toward understanding of the evolution of the external morphology in vertebrates