Profile Information

Affiliation
Kansai Medical University
Degree
学士(獣医学)(北海道大学)
博士(獣医学)(北海道大学)

ORCID ID
 https://orcid.org/0000-0002-9670-5683
J-GLOBAL ID
200901054191160151
researchmap Member ID
5000061144

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My research is focused on the ion transporters involved in health and disease. I have studied molecular basis of the ion transporters that contribute to epithelial transport using electrophysiological, molecular biological, and immunohistochemical techniques.
In Ph.D course, I characterized electrophysiological properties of an inwardly rectifying K+ (Kir) channel in acinar cells from bovine parotid using patch-clamp methods, and practiced cloning a subunit of Kir channel (Kcnj2) (Hayashi et al., J Physiol, 2003). Subsequently, I investigated functional and molecular properties of Ca2+-activated K+ channels (Kcnn4) in salivary acinar cells (Hayashi et al., Am J Physiol Cell Physiol, 2004; Takahata et al., Am J Physiol Cell Physiol, 2003).
I also have experiences in biochemistry (Hayashi and Matsuda, Pflügers Arch, 2007; Andharia et al., Pflügers Arch, 2018; Hayashi, Int J Mol Sci, 2019) and calcium imaging (Aoun et al., J Biol Chem, 2016). My work has been funded by the Nakatomi Foundation (2009), the Pancreas Research Foundation of Japan (2012–2013, 2014–2015), the Ichiro Kanehara Foundation for the Promotion of Medical Sciences and Medical Care (2018–2019), the Osaka Community Foundation (2019–2020), and Japan Society for the Promotion of Science (2000–2002, KAKENHI(00J07162); 2003–2005, KAKENHI(15390067); 2004–2006, KAKENHI(16790140); 2008–2009, KAKENHI(20790181); 2012–2016, KAKENHI(24790226)).

Teaching:
Physiology, Faculty of Medicine, Kansai Medical University (KMU)
2003–2009, 2011–present
Cellular and Molecular Physiology, Graduate School of Medicine, KMU
2003–2009, 2011–2018
Anatomy and Physiology, KMU College of Nursing
2003–2009, 2012–2019


Committee Memberships

  1

Papers

  22

Misc.

  8

Presentations

  68

Professional Memberships

  4

Research Projects

  37

Social Activities

  36