Associate Professor Ayako Isotani
Xenogeneic chimeras might be thought unrealistic animals which are appeared in computer games and SF cartoons. However, recently, they are used as a tool of the study of life science by the progress of the developmental engineering.
As a researcher, I also aim to study leading to the future using developmental engineering.
Assistant Professor Syunsuke Yuri
My research goal in this lab is to make a functional organ by using Xenogeneic chimera.
M2 Daiki Sakata
During my undergraduate years, I tried to major in chemistry in the Faculty of Engineering. I like anime, games, and sports. I would like to grow by putting myself in a new environment.
M2 Sun Jiazhen
I’m from China. It can let me feel the excited inside when experiencing a new life in a new environment. Accumulating a variety of insights can be one of the most meaningful things in life. I think the study and research of Organ Developmental allows me to see more possibilities of the future.
M2 Takumi Nakahira
I used to play basketball from elementary school to the 4th grade of technical college. I would like to have a fun school life while balancing my research and personal life.
M2 Minori Shibahara
My hobbies are playing bass, manga, and watching sports. I went to NAIST because I wanted to learn about the latest biomedical science in an excellent environment.
M1 Patrick Hilario
I’m from the Philippines. Through scientific research, I aim to contribute new insights and discoveries on organ development using xenogeneic chimeras. I believe that by better understanding the mysteries surrounding developmental processes, we will be able to gain access to immeasurable potential in terms of their applications for humanity. Oh, and I also love Japanese food!
M1 Shoki Otsuka
I have a great deal of anxiety because I am in an environment that is very different from that of my undergraduate major (mathematics), but I want to enjoy my daily studies and research to the fullest. In the laboratory, I think I enjoy making tea, which is my hobby. Please feel free to visit our laboratory!
M1 Saori Suga
I spent 22 years in Kyushu until university and came to Kansai to go on to graduate school. I would like to do my best in my research activities while getting used to the environment in Kansai.
M1 Kazuho Toyoshima
Since I was little I wanted to do sth connected with medical. So after I graduated high school I was studying at Europe medical school. But I couldn’t graduate there… Though I couldn’t give up to do sth connected with medical so I chose to study here at NAIST. And in the long run I hope our research can do sth with an organ transplant.
M1 Koki Murata
After graduating from university, I entered NAIST to study again after 3 years of working. I would like to gain knowledge and skills from my research and studies and use them for my personal growth.
Gema Puspa Sari (2018.4-2022.6)
Jonathan Lim Jun-Yong (2017.10-2022.9)
2017.4-2019.3: Syun Kawaguchi, Yuki Kishimoto, Yoshihiro Hirao
2018.4-2020.3: Ippei Kanatani, Tatsuya Nakagawa, Yuya Hatakeyama, Nami Yamamoto
2019.4-2021.3: Iori Nishiura, Yuki Murase
2020.4-2022.3: Norie Arisawa, Taiki Tomoda, Koki Hidani, Wataru Hirata