Lalhaba participated in the 10th Asian Community of Glycoscience and Glycotechnology (ACGG) Conference held in Tainan, Taiwan from Nov. 18th to 21st. He gave a poster presentation, and received a poster award. Photos from the conference have been added to the photo page.
The University of Tsukuba launches a new program, “Ph.D. program in Humanics,” in April 2019. “Humanics” is a discipline that sheds light on the fundamental principles of physiology and pathology of the human, generating new science and technology to achieve a healthy and comfortable life of human beings in the society. The Ph.D. Program in Humanics cultivates leaders with doctoral-level knowledge and skills in the fields of both biomedical sciences and physical sciences/engineering/informatics, as well as the capacity to integrate two or more research fields and to apply them in human society. Please find the details at the official web pages below.
A TARA seminar will be held as follows.
Date: Tuesday, November 27th, 2018
Venue: Seminar room, 2F, Bldg. A, TARA Center [Map]
Speaker: Tudorita Tumbar, Ph.D.
(Professor, Department of Molecular Biology and Genetics, Cornell University, USA)
Subject: “Molecular mechanisms of hair follicle stem cells function in normal homeostasis of adult skin” [Read more…]
Yoshito has been awarded a research grant from MSD Life Science Foundation.
Aiko has been awarded research grants from Astellas Foundation for Research on Metabolic Disorders and from Takeda Science Foundation.