PhD Osaka University
I am studying how mechanical forces drive cell shape changes and tissue deformation, how the mechanical forces are spatiotemporally regulated in neural tube closure zippering in simple chordate, ascidian. I love rumen very much, also sports, swimming, basketball, baseball, snowboarding etc...
PhD Harvard University
I study cellular, developmental, and evolutionary biology, with a particular interest in insects. My current work is focused on the delightful diversity of insect egg shapes and unpacking the cellular mechanisms that lead to their formation. I enjoy the intersection of art and science, ping pong, sports, paper crafts, and board games.
PhD University of Chicago
I study how basal stress fibers function in the collective migration of the Drosophila follicular epithelium, primarily using TIRF microscopy. I sing in the University chorus, look after too many pets in a small apartment, work on a futuristic sci-fi novel in the wee hours of the morning, and lose track of my cell phone whenever possible. email@example.com
PhD Keio University
Committee on Development, Regeneration, and Stem Cell Biology
I study cytokinesis in C.elegans. My favorite two hobbies are eating and day dreaming. Eating makes me like to talk about food all the time. And cooking, but I don't like to cook the same dish twice, so I don't cook that often. Day dreaming makes me like drawing, reading, and talking to my friends about fantasy/drama/myth/religion/philosophy/psychology/humanity, etc. I'm not a big fan of sports, but I do like jogging and swimming, 'cause they are perfect for day dreaming. So don't hi to me if you see me jogging, my mind is probably in a parallel universe 🙂
Committee on Genetics, Genomics, and Systems Biology
I study cell polarity in early C.elegans embryogenesis. Outside of research, I like jogging and climbing and grilling.
Former Position: Post-baccalaureate Research Associate
Current Position: Graduate Student at Yale University
Former Position: Graduate Student, Cellular and Molecular Biology
Current Position: Robotics Graduate Student at University of Michigan
Former Position: Graduate Student, Biophysics
Current Position: Data Scientist at Color Genomics
Former Position: Research Technician
Current Position: Medical Student at Rosiland Franklin University
Former Position: Postdoctoral Fellow
Current Position: Group Leader at Institut de Biologie Paris-Seine