Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center, USA
"Olfaction and Stress "
She and collaborator Richard Axel discovered odorant receptor mechanism of the sense of smell. They won the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, 2004.
Department of Physiology
University of California, USA
"Natural Products as Probes of the Pain Pathway: from Physiology to Atomic Structure"
He discovered TRP channels that are involved in pain and sensation of temperature. This discovery opened the new frontier of the pain and thermal physiology. He won the Canada Gairdner International Award, 2017.
Institute of Innovative Research,
Tokyo Institute of Technology(IIR), Japan
"Looking Back on 30 Years of Autophagy Research: Dynamic Equilibrium of the Cell "
He discovered molecular mechanism of autophagy from morphological phenomenon to the specific gene in yeast. He won the Nobel Prize for Physiology or Medicine, 2016
"Signaling by Mitochondrial Flashes”
"Mitochondria in fetal programming of metabolic syndrome-associated end organ dysfunctions in adults"
"The Sunao Tawara Memorial Lecture"
"Tentonin 3, a Mechanosensitive Channel with Baroreceptor Function”
"The importance of understanding fetal physiology for detecting brain injury before birth"
"Finding Instructional Balance Using the Educational Triangle"
"The Beauty of Physiological Mechanisms in Skeletal Muscle Function and Fatigue"
"Beyond memory circuit: Origins of metamemory and retrospection in the primate"
"The Susumu Hagiwara Memorial Lecture"
"Modeling Human Neurological/Psychiatric Disorders using iPS cells and Transgenic Non-Human Primates”
"Toward the Mysteries of Sleep”
(Aizawa Hospital; Gold medal in women’s 500m speed skating and silver medal in women’s 1000m speed skating at the PyeongChang 2018 Winter Olympic Games, World record holder in women’s 1000m speed skating)
Professor of the Shinshu University, Department of Sports Sciences Education, Faculty of Education; a national coach of Japan Skating Federation. Prof. Yuki coached Miss Kodaira since she was a student at Shinshu University and developed novel biomedical science-based training methods that involve improvement of muscle control and optimization of skeletomuscular structure and circulation system to produce the highest level of skating possible.
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