Information on the 16th (2023) Young Researcher Development Seminar in Neurochemistry
The Japanese Society for Neurochemistry holds a training seminar for young researchers in neurochemistry every year in conjunction with the conference, with the aim of cultivating human resources who will support future neurochemistry. At the seminars, lecturers who are involved in front-line research will enthusiastically give lectures and discuss with participants about attitudes and career development as researchers, the latest research content and experimental methods. The Japanese Society for Neurochemistry has a tradition of emphasizing in-depth discussion, and this seminar continues this tradition.
The following seminars will be held during the joint meeting of the 64th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Neuropathology and the 66th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Neurochemistry (Thursday, July 6, 2023 to Saturday, July 8, 2023). We will do it. This time, since it will be held as a joint conference, members of both the Japanese Society of Neurochemistry and the Japanese Society of Neuropathology can participate. We look forward to receiving your application.
The 16th (2023) Young Researcher Development Seminar in Neurochemistry
July 6, 2023 (Thursday): Lectures/group discussions + general discussion after the conference
Friday, July 7, 2023: General discussion after participating in the joint conference social gathering
About 60 people (in principle, first-come-first-served basis )
Kobe International Conference Center and Ariston Hotel Kobe
Undergraduate students, graduate students, and post-doctoral students (up to 5 years after obtaining a degree) who have been recommended by their academic
advisors can participate in the 64th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Neuropathology and the 66th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Neurochemistry. Members of the Japanese Society for Neurochemistry or the Japanese Society of Neuropathology who will participate in the joint meeting, or those who are in the process of applying for membership (please be sure to apply after completing the enrollment procedure. Also, please do not apply for the social gathering when you register for the joint meeting. )
Undergraduate/Graduate students: Free
Postdoc: 5,000 yen
( Includes participation fee for young talent development seminar, reception fee for joint conference, accommodation fee for July 6th and July 7th, dinner and breakfast. Transportation expenses and participation fee for joint conference are not supported, so please apply by yourself. )
Participation application method
Applications will start from Wednesday, December 14, 2022 Application has been closed
Please download the application form from the "Application form" button below and send the completed application form PDF file as an email attachment to the address below.
Please be sure to get the signature of your supervisor's recommendation on the application form.
In addition, please be sure to include your name, address, affiliation, phone number, and e-mail address on the application form.
The subject of the e-mail should be "Application for Participation in Young Researcher Development Seminar".
To: Takeshi Yoshimura (United Graduate School of Child Development, Osaka University)
Application deadline Deadline
as soon as the capacity is gathered
After the number of participants is confirmed, we will ask about the instructors who would like to take the course again.
Members of the Japanese Society for Neurochemistry will be asked to attend lectures given by two of the lecturers listed below.
Group seminar lecturer (in alphabetical order, titles omitted)
, neurochemistry group
Minako Ito (Kyushu University)
“Brain research from the perspective of immunity – Misunderstandings in my career”
Taiichi Katayama (Osaka University)
"What companies can do to solve social issues, and what academia can do - From my own experience -"
Naoko Kaneko (Doshisha University)
“Possibilities of Endogenous Brain Repair Mechanisms – Thoughts of a Novice PI”
Sumiko Kiryu (Nagoya University)
“Importance of response to damage: From nerve regeneration and degeneration research to research life”
Schuichi Koizumi (University of Yamanashi)
"Can the brain be replaced 2?"
Kotaro Takei (Yokohama City University)
"From neurogenesis to neuroregeneration: Reckless science recommendations"
Hidenori Tamura (Hoshi University of Pharmaceutical Sciences)
"Fundamentals of neural circuit research that controls behavior from molecules: Toward elucidation of stress recovery mechanisms"
Jun Nagai (RIKEN)
“Important things for research other than research”
Sachi Fujita (Shimane University)
"Mechanism from chromosome shape to expression of brain function"
Satoru Yamagishi (Hamamatsu University School of Medicine)
“What you should do and what you should do to improve your career -Recommendation for studying abroad-”
Satoshi Kanemoto (Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences, Hiroshima University) firstname.lastname@example.org
Takeshi Yoshimura (United Graduate School of Child Development, Osaka University) email@example.com. jp
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