Posts Categorized: Distinguished Researchers

Distinguished Researcher Tsunefumi Mizuno

Distinguished Researcher Tsunefumi Mizuno

Distinguished Researcher Tsunefumi Mizuno Read more here: https://www.facebook.com/notes/hiroshima-university-research/an-interview-with-distinguished-researcher-tsunefumi-mizuno/567576653635590/ Hiroshima University Researchさんの投稿 2017年12月12日火曜日 Read more here: https://www.facebook.com/notes/hiroshima-university-research/an-interview-with-distinguished-researcher-tsunefumi-mizuno/567576653635590/ The other DRs and DPs can be found here: https://www.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/en/ru/researcher/DP_DR  

The DRs 2017

The DRs 2017

HU’s rock stars of research….. Read all about them here: https://www.facebook.com/pg/HiroshimaUniversityResearch/photos/?tab=album&album_id=543301806063075 Music used: “Rock Thing” by Creo is licensed under a Attribution License. https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

An Interview with Distinguished Researcher Yuhki Yanase

An Interview with Distinguished Researcher Yuhki Yanase

On February 1, 2013, Hiroshima University established two new programs: the “Distinguished Professors” (DP) program and the “Distinguished Researchers” (DR) program. Individuals who are part of these programs are recognized as senior and junior faculty members respectively, who are engaged in extraordinarily distinguished research activities. What is your name and specialty? My name is Yuhki Yanase. I belong the Department of Dermatology, and focus on skin disorders. My main focus is on biosensors – I develop optical biosensors that detects when cells have been triggered by an allergic reaction. Are allergies becoming more common? The number of patients with allergies is increasing because the world is cleaner! So, we are… Read more

An Interview with Distinguished Researcher Yaichiro Kotake

An Interview with Distinguished Researcher Yaichiro Kotake

 On February 1, 2013, Hiroshima University established two new programs: the “Distinguished Professors” (DP) program and the “Distinguished Researchers” (DR) program. Individuals who are part of these programs are recognized as senior and junior faculty members respectively, who are engaged in extraordinarily distinguished research activities.   What is your name and specialty? My name is Yaichiro Kotake – my research field is neurotoxicology. Neurotoxicology tries to determine how environmental chemicals damage the brain. What do you mean by environmental chemicals? There are countless chemicals in the world – we are aware of approximately 100 million. A proportion of those chemicals – about 100,000 chemicals surround us in our daily lives;… Read more

An interview with Distinguished Researcher Kazuyoshi Ukena

An interview with Distinguished Researcher Kazuyoshi Ukena

 On February 1, 2013, Hiroshima University established two new programs: the “Distinguished Professors” (DP) program and the “Distinguished Researchers” (DR) program. Individuals who are part of these programs are recognized as senior and junior faculty members respectively, who are engaged in extraordinarily distinguished research activities.  Can you introduce yourself please? My name is Kazuyoshi Ukena, my specialty in neuroendocrinology – I focus on hormones in the brain. What are you working on now? I’m investigating never before documented neuropeptides. Neuropeptides are proteins used by neuronal cells to pass signals from one to another. I have recently found a new one in the hypothalamus, the brain control center, and we have… Read more

An interview with Distinguished Researcher Kiyofumi Katagiri

An interview with Distinguished Researcher Kiyofumi Katagiri

 On February 1, 2013, Hiroshima University established two new programs: the “Distinguished Professors” (DP) program and the “Distinguished Researchers” (DR) program. Individuals who are part of these programs are recognized as senior and junior faculty members respectively, who are engaged in extraordinarily distinguished research activities. Can you tell me your name and specialist subject? My name is Kiyofumi Katagiri. My major is materials chemistry focusing on hybrid materials and nanomaterials. What are you working on right now? One of my focuses is structural color. Usually we think of color as formed from dyes or pigments, which absorb certain light wavelengths, but structural color is different – it is caused by… Read more