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研究室メンバーのChen Wangが博士号を取得、 科学研究のキャリアをスタート

高橋研究室のChen Wangは、岡山大学で6年間の実りある研究期間を経て、博士号を取得しました。 Wangさんは、10件の論文と5件の会議発表を経て、中国の名門・復旦大学でポスドク研究員として...
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MEXT-sponsored research student joined cardiovascular physiology lab

(OKAYAMA) — Today, Department of Cardiovascular Physiology, Graduate School of Medicine, Dentistry and Pharmaceutical Sciences at Okayama University welcomed Rumaisa Kamran as a research student sponsored by Ministry of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) of Japan. Rumaisa has obtained the position of the government-sponsored research student on the recommendation of the Embassy of Japan in Pakistan. Earning the esteemed MEXT scholarship of Japan at Okayama University was very dream-like for a person who had never stepped out of her comfort zone. On the other hand, I am an ambitious individual who wants to bring change, beginning at molecular level through induced pluripotent stem cell (iPSC). When it comes…
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研究准教授の称号付与式

岡山大学は、研究力強化促進と若手研究者育成などの観点から、優れた研究業績を有する研究者の支援を実施しています。同大は今回、講師と助教を対象としたインセンティブ制度となる「研究准教授」制度を新設。選出された8人の優れた研究業績を...
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高橋賢が研究准教授に就任

大学院医歯薬学総合研究科の高橋賢博士は、2020年4月に岡山大学より研究准教授に任命されました。研究准教授は、優れた研究能力を有し、主任研究者として活躍できる研究者を育成するために本年設立されました。 このポストは...
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国難のいまこそ進めるテレワーク

Go promote teleworking – It’s a crisis! When else do you? 新型コロナウイルスの蔓延により、学校でも会社でもテレワークへの期待―あるいは要求―が高まっている。ウイルスの感染を防げる上、通学・通勤の時間を省けるのだから、是非とも導入したい。しかし、具体的にどうすればいいのか…。本稿では、テレワークに必要な3点に絞ってその方法を説明したい。

Kid’s dream for space: a robotic project

Ken Takahashi had a Skype discussion with elementary school students at Westford, MA, USA about their robotic project. The project is about prevention of muscle atrophy in astronauts in space.

Lecture: How does our body change in space?

講演:宇宙で身体はどう変わる?@高槻中学校・高校 In response to request, Ken Takahashi gave a lecture “How does our body change in space?” to junior high/high school students at Takatsuki Junior High/High School on January 31, 2018. It was carried out as an outreach activity of The Biophysical Society of Japan(日本生物物理学会).

Artificial Intelligence

The following article was written by Pipat Puengseangdee (Christopher) and Kattika Taraphongpaiboon (Nam). Development of technology is so fast. One of the hottest technology is artificial intelligence. Abilities of this technology is higher than we can imagine. Recently, AI defeated the best human go player. Some people even say that AI will take human works away. Although a specialist in cardiovascular physiology, our professor, Dr. Ken Takahashi, is interested in AI technology as well. Recently, he is developing AI in the medical field. Learning from him, we studied the basic functions of AI using TensorFlow. TensorFlow is a product of Google Brain Team. They develop technology and release them for…
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Best Presentation Award in Project-based Learning Course of Medical School

Team E2, composed of one British, one Myanmar, and 6 Japanese students, won the Best Presentation Award in Project-based Learning in Molecular Pathogenesis Course of Medical School, Okayama University on April 30, 2016. In this course, third-year medical students learn about molecular pathology in groups of 6 to 8 students. Students actively learn about diseases such as diabetes using textbooks and academic literatures during 2-week session. Finally, they give a lecture about their study subject in 45 minutes in front of ~150 audiences including classmates and teachers. In this exciting course, Ken was assigned to mentor Team E2. The subject disease of Team E2 was Low-Density Lipoprotein Receptors and Familial…
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Teacher learns how to teach at the world-famous Institute of Education in London

Date: March 3-7, 2014 Location: Institute of Education, University of London, UK Ken was enrolled as a student studying for the English Pedagogy for Science Specialists at the world-famous Institute of Education, University of London. In the dedicated 5-day course, he mastered state-of-the-art teaching in English. ### Takahashi Lab at Okayama University uses principles of physiology, cellular and molecular biology, and biophysics. The purpose of the lab is to unveil the mechanisms of diseases through collaborations with scientists, epidemiologists, and corporate alliances. The alliance includes Harvard University, Boston University, Tokyo University of Science, and PD Aerospace, Ltd.

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