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Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences 長崎大学学院医歯薬学総合研究科
Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences 長崎大学学院医歯薬学総合研究科
2018.2.7 – A collaborative research paper was accepted by
Am J Physiol Heart Circ Physiol
2018.1.2 – A collaboration paper with Professor Takano in Department of Physiology, Kurume Medica Univeisity was accepted for publication in J Physiol.
2017.12.7 – Dr. Ishikawa was awarded the research grant from the Miyata Cardiac Research Promotion Foundation.
2017.11.8 – Dr. Ishikawa was awarded the 2017 JCS basic cardiovascular research grant.
2017.10.31 – Dr. Ishikawa was awarded the 2017 Kenzo Suzuki Memorial Foundation research grant.
2017.10.1 – Dr. Taisuke Ishikawa was promoter to Lecturer as of Oct 10 2017
2017.9.27 – A collaborative research paper was accepted by Circulation Cardiovascular Genetics
2017.6.28 – A collaborative research paper on postmortem genetic analysis of sudden unexpected death in infancy with the Department of Forensic and Pathology and Science was accepted for publication in
J. Hum. Genet
2017.6.21 – A letter to the editor on feline LVNC has been accepted for publication in JVIM.
2017.05.09 – A research paper on progressive cardiac conduction defect in collaboration with an INSERM group in Nantes France has been accepted for publication in
2017.03.01 -Dr Ishikawa visited Dr. Shott’s lab in INSERM, Nantes, France
2017.02.24 – A collaborative research paper about the genome editing of iPS-cardiomyocytes derived form a patient with long QT syndrome carrying a
mutation has been accepted in Hum Mol Genet.
2017.02.23 – A research paper about a hot spot mutation for the short QT syndrome was accepted by
JACC: Clinical Electrophysiology
2017.02.23 – A Japanese multicenter registration study on Brugada syndrome was accepted by Circulation.
Next steps for genetic identification and risk stratification of sudden cardiac death (Japanese only)
Genetic basis of lethal arrhythmias
Lethal arrhythmia modelling using iPS cardiomyocytes
Role of calmodulin-dependent kinase – Ca2+ in serious ventricular arrhythmia
Naomasa Makita, Professor, Chair
Yukiomi Tsuji, Lecturer
Taisuke Ishikawa, Lecturer
Hiroki Kimoto, PhD Student
Daniel Toshio Harrell, Ph.D Student
An original research paper about sick sinus syndrome written by Dr. Keisuke Abe, previously our MD-PhD course student, has just been accepted by
Abe K, Machida T, Sumitomo N, Yamamoto H, Ohkubo K, Wanatabe I, Makiyama T, Fukae S, Kohno M,
, Nogami A, Watabe T, Oginosawa Y, Abe H, Maemura K, Motomura H,
Sodium channelopathy underlying familial sick sinus syndrome with early onset and predominantly male characteristics.
Circ Arrhythm Electrophysiol
. 2014; 7: 511-517
Dr. Keisuke Abe was a previous MD-PhD student, who graduated from Nagasaki University in March 2013. He is currently doing residency at the Japanese Red Cross Asashikawa Hospital.
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