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Special lectures of Physiological Sciences:2005

Subject:「Basal ganglion and voluntary movement」
Lecture:Professor Atsushi Nanbu (Division of System Neurophysiology in the Department of Integrative Physiology)
Place:Lecture room on the 5th floor
Subject:「research and two photon excitation method」
Lecture:Professor Haruro Kasai (Division of Membrane Physiology in the Department of Cell Physiology)
Place:Seminar room on the 2nd floor west of Yamate No.2 bldg.
Subject:「Molecular mechanism of nociception and thermosensation」
Lecture:Professor Makoto Tominaga (Division of Cell Signaling at Okazaki Institute For Integrative Bioscience)
Place:Lecture room on the 5th floor
Subject:「Research on the function of frontal association area: monkey to human, human to monkey」
Lecture:Kazuo Sasaki (Emeritus Professor of the National Institute For Physiological Sciences)
Place:Conference room on the 2nd floor of Okazaki Conference Center
Subject:「Molecular Mechanism – including structural analysis and function」
Lecture:Professor Kuniaki Nagayama (Division of Nano-Structure at Okazaki Institute For Integrative Bioscience)
Place:Lecture room on the 5th floor
Subject:「Membrane excitability and ion channel – New mechanism of membrane voltage signal transmission」
Lecture:Professor Yasushi Okamura (Division of Nano-Structure at Okazaki Institute For Integrative Bioscience)
Place:Lecture room on the 5th floor
Subject:「New function of glial cells」
Lecture:Professor Kazuhiro Ikenaka (Division of Neurobiology and Bioinformatics in the Department of Molecular Physiology)
Place:Lecture room on the 5th floor
Subject:「Function and mechanism of visual perception」
Lecture:Professor Hidehiko Komatsu (Division of Sensory and Cognitive Information in the Department of Information Physiology)
Place:Lecture room on the 5th floor
Subject:「Memory trace in the brain: Examining changes in metabotropic glutamate receptor and synapse」
Lecture:Professor Ryuichi Shigemoto (Division of Cerebral Structure in the Department of Cerebral Research)
Place:Seminar room on the 2nd floor west of Yamate No.2 bldg.
Subject:「Channels/transporters and cellular functions」
Lecture:Professor Yasunobu Okada (Division of Correlative Physiology in the Department of Cell Physiology)
Place:Lecture room on the 5th floor
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