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Hiro Take Last modified date:2018.07.04

Associate Professor / Department of Aging Science and Pharmacology
Department of Dental Science
Faculty of Dental Science


Graduate School
Administration Post
Other


E-Mail
Phone
092-642-6412
Fax
092-642-6315
Academic Degree
PhD of Detal sciences
Country of degree conferring institution (Overseas)
Yes
Field of Specialization
Neuronimmunity, aging
Total Priod of education and research career in the foreign country
15years00months
Outline Activities
It was carried out that involvement of chronic systemic inflammation in bone remodeling. Recently years, the researches are going on the impacts of chronic systemic inflammation (including periodontal disease) on brain. We mainly focus on brain and systemic immune organs.
Research
Research Interests
  • The roles of phagocytes in aging
    keyword :  aging phagocytes
    2005.05~2010.05.
  • Impact ofchronic systemic brain inflammation on brain functions
    keyword : systemic inflammation, neuroinflammation, neuroimmunity, leptomeningeal cell, brain aging
    1996.10.
Academic Activities
Books
1. Zhou Wu and Hiroshi Nakanishi, Neuroimmunology Research Focus
Chapter 4
Age-Dependent Differential Activation Profiles of Glial Cell by the Leptomeninges During Systemic Inflammation
, Nova Science Pulishers, Inc., pp. 101-118., 2007.09.
Papers
1. Wu, Z., Tokuda, Y., Zhang, X-W., Nakanishi, H., Age-dependent responses of glial cells and leptomeninges during sytemic inflammation., Neurobiology of Disease, 32, 543-551, 2008.10.
Membership in Academic Society
  • Society of Neuroscience
Awards
  • Involvement of brain pericyte damage in neuropathological
    changes associated with lysosomal storage
Educational
Educational Activities
Enforce the lectures for undergraduate and graduate students school as a faculty member, conducte research guidance for undergraduates and graduate studentsand write the research papers as PI (principle investigator).