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Strategic Center of Excellence in which intelligence from within and without the university is brought together

Brain Science Institute aims to implement researches related to clarification and application of brain function from the viewpoint of life science, science and engineering, bringing together the brain science and the technical researches related to brain science conducted in Saitama University, and to attempt to give the outcome back.


Brain Science Institute is recruiting students, graduate students, co-researchers.

The 3 categories which promotes researches

New possibilities in the brain science area are brought out by academic research which reinforced the cooperation with researchers within and without the university and by joint research with companies.
The category of analysis of brain function
It addresses clarification of high-order brain function, which is targeting human being or experimental animals and of life-support function related to the maintenance of homeostasis.
The category of analysis of cerebral development
It addresses clarification of the control mechanism related to early stage of development and its subsequent process of development of high-order brain structure supporting a wide variety of brain function, and of pathogenic mechanism of various refractory disease/neurological disorder, and developmental disorder.
The category of development of new technology concerning brain science research
Development of new biochemical techniques enabling brain science research to be newly developed.


Notice of brain science seminar

*th brain science seminar
Date :***********
Time :***********
Venue :***********


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Contact Information

Junichi Nakai
Saitama University Brain Science Institute
255 Shimo-Okubo,Sakura-ku, Saitama 338-8570, JAPAN
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