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2020/02/26 A research paper on “Pathogenic POGZ mutation causes impaired cortical development and reversible autism-like phenotypes” that team leader, Dr. Tamura with Dr. Furuse, Dr. Yamada and Dr. Shibuya conducted an imaging and behavioral analysis as a collaborator has been published in Nature Communications. This is a joint research with several research institutes and universities including Osaka University and National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry.
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-020-14697-z
2019/10/30 Team leader, Dr. Tamura with Dr. Shibuya and Ms. Tanabe received a letter of appreciation from President of RIKEN, Dr. H. Matsumoto, for the achievement of the “Best Imaging Award” on the 6th International Symposium on Bioimaging / The 28th Annual Meeting of the Bioimaging Society.
2019/10/06 A paper on “Glial pathology in a novel spontaneous mutant mouse of the Eif2b5 gene: a vanishing white matter disease model” that Technical Scientist, Mr. Miura conducted a gene mapping analysis as a collaborator has been published in Journal of Neurochemistry. This is a joint research with Niigata University, Tokyo University and National Center of Neurology and Psychiatry.
2019/09/23 Double Winner for Best Imaging Award!! At The 6th International Symposium on Bioimaging / The 28th Annual Meeting of the Bioimaging Society held in Teikyo University Itabashi Campus, Dr. Shibuya has won the Best Image Hamamatsu Award for his presentation “Development of the imaging methods for phenotyping of knockout mice”. In addition, Ms. Rumiko Tanabe (Visiting Researcher / Nagahama Institute of Bio-Science and Technology, Nomura Laboratory) has won the Nikon Award for her presentation “Titanium Dioxide Nanoparticle as Perfusion Contrast Agent for Visualization and Diagnosis of Small-Animal Microvessel”. https://ja.brc.riken.jp/news/report_20191018_01.html
2019/09/12 The interview article “First Person” with Dr. Furuse and Dr. Mizuma (BDR) was published in Disease Models & Mechanisms.
https://dmm.biologists.org/content/12/9/dmm042127
2019/08/09 Dr. Furuse's research paper, “A new mouse model of GLUT1 deficiency syndrome exhibits abnormal sleep-wake patterns and alterations of glucose kinetics in the brain” was published in Disease Models & Mechanisms.
https://dmm.biologists.org/content/12/9/dmm038828
2019/08/05 Dr. Tamura’s newspaper article, “RIKEN Frontline/Mouse Phenotypic Information Analysis, Contributing to Human Health” was published in Nihon Kogyo Shinbun.
2019/07/23 Dr. Furuse received a letter of appreciation from President of RIKEN, Dr. H. Matsumoto, for the achievement of the “Kazuo Moriwaki Award”.
https://ja.brc.riken.jp/news/report_20190723_01.html
2019/07/01 Team leader, Dr. Tamura with Dr. Kume (BDR), Dr. Kobayashi (ISC) and Dr. Murakawa (IMS) published a Japanese review article entitled “Pathology in the big image data era woven by electron and X-ray imaging technologies”. (Pathology and Clinical Medicine No.7, 2019)
2019/07/01 A new member, Ms. Shundan Jin joined the team as a Technical staff II.
2019/06/27 At the 32nd molossinus colloquium held in Hotel Maple Inn Makuhari at Chiba prefecture (organized by Dr. Yuichi Wakabayashi, Chiba Cancer Center), Dr. Furuse has won the Kazuo Moriwaki Award for “The establishing a comprehensive behavioral phenotyping system for mutant and wild-derived mice”.
https://ja.brc.riken.jp/news/report_20190723_01.html
2018/09/20 A paper on “Building a model animal effective for elucidating the pathogenesis of abdominal wall formation and umbilical hernia”, that team leader, Dr. Tamura conducted an imaging analysis as a collaborator has been published in Disease Models & Mechanisms. This is a joint research with Jichi Medical University.
https://dmm.biologists.org/content/11/10/dmm034611
2018/07/26 A paper on “The mechanism that determines the length and thickness of a luminal organ” that team leader, Dr. Tamura conducted an imaging analysis as a collaborator has been published in Nature communications. This is a joint research with RIKEN BDR, and Kobe University.
https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-018-05189-2
2018/04/01 A new member, Dr. Hirotoshi Shibuya joined the team as a Post-doctoral Researcher.
2018/04/01 With the reorganization of the RIKEN BioResource Research Center, a Technology and Development Team for Mouse Phenotype Analysis was renewed. Dr. Masaru Tamura has arrived as a new team leader.

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