We have launched the new Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience, a fusion of Engineering with Medical Science. Our mission is to train a new generation of leaders in academic and industrial Biomedical Engineering.

Recent publications

  1. Jun Nagai
  2. How to control spine density of neuron Ohsima lab
  3. Development of nanocarpets for enhanced cellular transplantation  Fujie group(Takeoka lab)
  4. How breast cancer maintains cancer stem cells  Semba lab
  5. How meiotic chromosome segregation is secured  Sato lab
  6. Effective control of massive venous bleeding using nanosheets  Takeoka lab
  7. Natoparticles rescue thrombocytopenic rabbits  Takeoka lab

MESSAGE

Welcome to the new website of the Department of Life Science and Medical Bioscience, School of Advanced Science and Engineering, Waseda University.
Waseda University School and Graduate School of Advanced Science and Engineering established international programs that allow students to earn
degrees through programs conducted entirely in the English language, recruiting outstanding students from all over the world. For more information,
refer to the International Program linked below: Admissions for Undergraduate School orAdmissions for Graduate School (Master's and Doctoral programs).

NEWS

  1. Research2015/02/05
    Jun Nagai (D2, Ohshima Lab) reported a novel target protein for the treatment of spinal cord injury in Scientific Reports (online journal of Nature Publishing Group).
  2. Notice2015/02/02
    Joint symposium was held with LIMES (University of Bonn) at TWIns.
  3. Research2014/11/21
    Prof. Toshio Ohshima's group discovered how to control spine density of neuron, which finding has been published online in Cerebral Cortex and Molecular Brain.
  4. Research2014/11/20
    Ryunosuke Amo (graduated from PhD programme of Ohshima lab) conducts research at Prof. Hitoshi Okamoto (team leader of Developmental Gene Regulation, Riken Brain Science Institute) lab.
    His research results including that of doctoral course were published in journal Neuron, and a press release was sent out by Riken.
  5. Conference2014/11/15
    Kenta Kakiuchi (M2, Takeoka lab) wins the Prize for Excellent Poster Presentation at The 52nd Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society for Artificial Organs.
  6. Conference2014/11/11
    Tetsuya Kurebayashi (M2, Takeda lab), Mitsumasa Homma (M2, Takeoka lab), Takuya Yoda (M2, Takeyama lab), Hiroki Toriyama (M1, Asahi lab), Yohei Nishikawa (M2, Takeyama lab) wins the Prize for Excellent Poster Presentation at the 4th CSJ Chemistry Festa 2014.
  7. Conference2014/11/07
    Yohei Nishikawa (M1, Takeyama lab) wins the Prize for STUDENT BEST POSTER AWARD at 10th International Symposium on Electrochemical Micro & Nanosystem Technologies.
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  • Admissions for Undergraduate and Graduate programs
  • Our Booklet
  • Carrier Path
  • Carriculum
  • Scholarship
  • School of Science and Technology
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  • Doctoral Student Career Center