How should I do study and experiment in your laboratory?
We welcome every time and everyone such as high school students, undergraduate students, and graduate students, medical staffs, and researchers from a company. If you are looking for graduate school, how about taking an exam in Hamamatsu University School of Medicine. Even if you do not have a master's degree, there are chances. Please contact here.
Can I select a theme by myself?
Yes, you can. But you should discuss it with us because it is necessary to judge whether your theme overlaps with others', or whether it can be actually achieved. It is recommended to select a theme related to diseases and physiological events in our body.
I would like to apply to post doctor, assistant professor, or associate professor in your Laboratory. Am I obligated to educate students or give a lecture?
You don't have the duty for education of undergraduates. Of course, if you want to do it, the professor may approve it depending on your teaching abilities. You are expected to teach graduate students in this laboratory and collaborate with them.
Your laboratory published papers to various fields. Then, what do you want to do? What do you aim at?
We ultimately aim at achievement of eternal life without aging. In the first place we are studying about diabetes, vascular diseases and cancer because we consider that preventing adult diseases are crucial. But those fields are too wide and many researchers get involved in. To establish the originality of our study, we have three policies.
The first policy is to create a new methodology. As a result, we published many papers relative to methodology. The second policy is that we analyze at the level of molecules. It is best if you can use our imaging mass spectrometry system. We step up studies on the levels of macro, physiological, morphological, and pathological phenomena to molecules. The third policy is to reconstruct life phenomena using in vitro and in vivo experimental models. In summary, our experimental style is to observe materials using a new method and to reconstruct life phenomena.

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