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    Yuzaki Lab's (Department of Neurophysiology, Keio University School of Medicine) research theme is to elucidate "how neural activity and environmental changes induce memory and learning,、, 、and how they change the neural network itself ."。For details please Click here.
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Assistant Professor(PRESTO)Tetsuya Takano

Short CV

2021October PRESTO Researcher (Part-time)、Science and Technology Promotion Machine

2020July, Keio University School of Medicine, Department of Physiology (Neurophysiology)、Assistant Professor

2018April   Duke University Medical School、Senior Researcher

2015April   Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Special Researcher PD

2013April   Graduate School of Medicine, Nagoya University、Neuroinformatics Pharmacology Course、PhD researcher

2011April   Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Special Researcher DC


Main paper (Selected Publications)

  1. Takano T, Wallace JT, Baldwin KT, Purkey A, Uezu A, Courtland JL, Soderblom EJ, Shimogori T, Maness PF, Eroglu C, Soderling SH. Chemico-genetic discovery of astrocytic control of inhibition in vivo. Nature, 2020, 588(7837):296-302                                                        *Corresponding author
  1. Takano T, Soderling SH. Tripartite synaptomics: Cell-surface proximity labeling in vivo. Neuroscience Research, in press (*Selected as cover article)                                   *Corresponding author
  1. Takano T, Wu M, Nakamuta S, Naoki HOLY, Ishizawa N, No. T, Watanabe T, Xuc, Hamaguchi T, Yura Y, Amano M, Hahn KM, Kaibuchi K. Discovery of long-range inhibitory signaling to ensure single axon formation. Nature Communications, 2017, 8 (1):33.
  2. Nagai T, Nakamuta S, Kuroda K, Nakauchi S, Nishioka T, Takano T, Zhang X, Kobayashi K, Miura M, Nishi A, Kobayashi K, Yamada K, Amano M, Kaibuchi K. Phosphorylation of the Dopamine Pathway Enables Discovery of Rap 1 Activation as a Reward Signal In Vivo. Neuron., 2016, 89(3);550-565.
  3. No. T, Kibe Y, Funahashi Y, Nakamuta S, Takano T, Ueno T, Shimada A, Kozawa S, Okamoto M, Shimoda Y, Room K, Wada Y, Masuda T, Sakakibara A, Igarashi M, Miyata T, Faivre-Sarrailh C, Takeuchi K, Kaibuchi Pioneering axons regulate neuronal polarization in the developing cerebral cortex. Neuron., 2014, 81 (4): 814-829


Favorite Motto (Zayu no Mei)

Learn from the past、Live for today、Have hope for the future。

The important thing is、Don't fall into a state of no doubt。

Learn from yesterday, live for today, hope for tomorrow.

The important thing is not to stop questioning. Albert Einstein


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