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Specialized courses of Physiological Sciences:2009

Specialized courses of Physiological Sciences(April to June - Spring)

「Imaging of brain function from molecules」

Lecture:Professor Kuniaki Nagayama (National Institute For Psychological Sciences/Okazaki Institute For Integrative Bioscience)
Place:Seminar Room B (9th floor of Yamate No.3 Bldg. at the National Institute For Psychological Sciences)

Subject:「General Theory of Imaging Science: Functional imaging observed from an electron-phase microscope」
Lecture:Kuniaki Nagayama (Okazaki Institute For Integrative Bioscience, National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Place:Seminar Room B (9th floor of Yamate No.3 Bldg. at the National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Subject:「Biomolecular imaging by nonlinear optical process」
Lecture:Tomoi Nemoto (National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Subject:「Brain functional imaging by an electron microscope」
Lecture:Ryuichi Shigemoto (National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Place:Seminar Room B (9th floor of Yamate No.3 Bldg. at the National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Subject:「Brain functional imaging by MRI」
Lecture:Sadato Norihiro (National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Place:Lecture room of National Institute For Psychological Sciences (5th floor of Myodaiji area)
Subject:「Brain functional imaging by EEG/MEG」
Lecture:Ryusuke Kakigi (National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Place:Lecture room of National Institute For Psychological Sciences (5th floor of Myodaiji area)
Subject:「Brain functional imaging with mass microscopy」
Lecture:Setou Mitsutoshi (Hamamatsu University School of Medicine)
Place:Seminar Room B (9th floor of Yamate No.3 Bldg. at the National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Subject:「Functional imaging by low-temperature tomography」
Lecture:Radstin Danev(Okazaki Institute For Integrative Bioscience)
Place:Seminar Room B (9th floor of Yamate No.3 Bldg. at the National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Subject:「Imaging Macromolecules with Single-Particle Electron Microscopy」
Lecture:Fredrick Sigworth(Yale Univ)
Place:Seminar Room B (9th floor of Yamate No.3 Bldg. at the National Institute For Psychological Sciences)

Specialized courses of Physiological Sciences(September to November - Autumn)

「Neural development and neuranagenesis」

Lecture:Kazuhiro Ikenaka, Associate Professor: Seiji Hitoshi
Place:Seminar room on the 9th floor of Yamate area No.3 Bldg

Subject:「Outlines of neural development」
Lecture:Kazuhiro Ikenaka (Division of Neurobiology and Bioinformatics of National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Place:Seminar room on the 9th floor of Yamate area No.3 Bldg
Subject:「Cell migration in neural development and decision of its destiny」
Lecture:Katsuhiko Ono (Specialized in biology in Medical Department of Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine)
Place:Seminar room on the 9th floor of Yamate area No.3 Bldg
Subject:「From the early development of mammal to the division of neural system」
Lecture:Seiji Hitoshi (Division of Neurobiology and Bioinformatics of National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Place:Seminar room on the 9th floor of Yamate area No.3 Bldg
Subject:「Molecular mechanism of neural cell network formation」
Lecture:Takeshi Yoshimura (Division of Neurobiology and Bioinformatics of National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Place:Seminar room on the 9th floor of Yamate area No.3 Bldg
Subject:「Developing process and mental function of the brain」
Lecture:Kenji Tanaka (Division of Neurobiology and Bioinformatics of National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Place:Seminar room on the 9th floor of Yamate area No.3 Bldg
Subject:「Neural stem cell and neural development (tentatively)」
Lecture:Hideyuki Okano (Keio University, Physiological Sciences)
Place:Seminar room on the 2nd floor of Yamate area No.2 Bldg
Subject:「Introduction to neurological disorder and regeneration strategy of the brain」
Lecture:Seiji Hitoshi (Division of Neurobiology and Bioinformatics of National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Place:Seminar room on the 2nd floor of Yamate area No.2 Bldg
Subject:「Functions of Glia in normal brain and disease brain」
Lecture:Kazuhiro Ikenaka (Division of Neurobiology and Bioinformatics of National Institute For Psychological Sciences)
Place:Seminar room on the 2nd floor of Yamate area No.2 Bldg

Specialized courses of Physiological Sciences(January to March - Winter)

「Sensory and Cognitive Mechanism Theory」

Lecture:Professor Tadashi Isa
Place:Lecture room of National Institute For Psychological Sciences (1st floor of Myodaiji area)

Subject:「Sensori-motor integration in the brainstem and spinal cord 」
Lecture:Tadashi Isa (NIPS)
Place:Lecture room of National Institute For Psychological Sciences (1st floor of Myodaiji area)
Subject:「Oculomotor system (1) 」
Lecture:Takuro Ikeda (NIPS)
Place:Lecture room of National Institute For Psychological Sciences (1st floor of Myodaiji area)
Subject:「Oculomoor system (2)」
Lecture:Katsuyuki Kaneda (NIPS)
Place:Lecture room of National Institute For Psychological Sciences (1st floor of Myodaiji area)
Subject:「Sensori-motor integration in the motor-related cortices 」
Lecture:Eiji Hoshi (Tamagawa Univ)
Place:Lecture room of National Institute For Psychological Sciences (1st floor of Myodaiji area)
Subject:「Sensori-motor integration in the cerebellum 」
Lecture:Shigeru Kitazawa (Juntendo Univ)
Place:Lecture room of National Institute For Psychological Sciences (1st floor of Myodaiji area)
Subject:「Kinesthesia 」
Lecture:Eiichi Naito (ATR)
Place:Lecture room of National Institute For Psychological Sciences (1st floor of Myodaiji area)
Subject:「Emotion 」
Lecture:Hisao Nishijo (Toyama Univ)
Place:Lecture room of National Institute For Psychological Sciences (1st floor of Myodaiji area)
Subject:「Attention and consciousness 」
Lecture:Masatoshi Yoshida (NIPS)
Place:Lecture room of National Institute For Psychological Sciences (1st floor of Myodaiji area)
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