Group Leader, National Institutes of Biomedical Innovation, Health and Nutrition
Guest professor, Graduate School of Frontier BioSchiences, Osaka University
Guest professor, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Osaka University
Previous research: Neuropharmacology of histamine in anxiety and sleep deprivation.
Future plans: Understanding the concepts of Bioinformatics and using the available bioinformatics resources in combination with medical background to contribute in the field of interdisciplinary research.
Favorite proverb: To learn something, you need to try it, and you have to sacrifice for it
I worked at a pharmaceutical company for 30 years and joined to this team.
My research interest: To identify the disease responsible genes from many candidate genes for common disease derived from genome sequencing. I want to find out drug targets by analyzing the network of the disease responsible genes.
My hobby: Go (Igo)
I had studied in the field of analytical chemistry for 4 years and joined this laboratory. My current research interests are following three topics.
1) Learning basic of bioinformatics
2) Doing simulation for compensating analytical results
3) System biology
I came from Korea to Japan 6 years ago, and my research topic in doctoral course was about assessment of bacterial effect on bioaerosol of downwind area following Aeolian dust events. My current research topic is understanding interaction between gut microbial flora and various data from human. And I`m also learning basic of bioinformatics.
My current research interests include the study of the structural-functional peculiarities of the proteins using different computer modelling approaches and in particular the study of the protein-ligand interactions to investigate potential selective inhibitors using molecular docking, fragment-based drug design and other technics.
Graduate Student(Graduate School and School of Pharmaceutial Sciences, Osaka University)
I am through a Catholic college whose motto is The International Lady.
Visiting Scientists and Collaborative Research Scientists
I am interested in developing statistical, machine learning and physics based algorithms to predict biomolecular interactions from sequence.
This includes protein-DNA, protein-RNA, protein-protein and other ligand interactions. My current interest is in genome-wide interactions and integrated approaches.
I am also interested in deciphereing regulatory dynamics of immune
system at a molecular level and trying to discover and decipher unknown
regulatory events in macrophages.
Luiz Miguel Quinn Camargo
Affiliation: Kyoto University
Samia Haseeb Khan
Johan T. Nystrom-Persson