HAYASHI Masaharu

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Name
HAYASHI Masaharu
Affiliation
, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute for Neuroscience
Section
Department of Clinical Neuropathology
Job title
Project leader
Degree
Medical Doctor

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Jun 1982
 - 
Apr 1990
Tokyo Medical and Dental University,
 
 
   
 
Department of Pediatrics
 
May 1990
 - 
Mar 1995
Saitama Medical School, Department of
 
 
   
 
Pediatrics
 
Apr 1995
   
 
Tokyo Metropolitan Institute for Neuroscience,
 

Education

 
 
   
 
Tokyo Medical and Dental University
 

Awards & Honors

 
 
1992.June, The Japanese Society of Child Neurology
 
 
Nagashima Award
 

Misc

 
Hayashi M, Arai N,Murakami T,Morimatsu Y, Oda M,Matsuyama H, A study of cell death in Werding Hoffmann disease brain.
Neuroscience Letter 1998;243:117-120   
Hayashi M, Araki S, Kohyama J, Shimozawa K, Iwakawa Y, Sleep development in children with congenital and acqiured hypothyroidism
Brain and Develoment 1997;19:43-49   
Hayashi M, Kojima H,Morimatsu Y, Shinohara T, Fujioka Y, Nagashima K, Dissociative brain stem lesions in cepharothoracopagus twins.
Neuropathology 1996;16:178-183   
Hayashi M, Kurata K ,Suzuki K, Hirosawa J, Morimatsu Y, Megalencepholy, hydrocephalus and dysplasia in serve dwarfism mimicking leprechaunism
Acta Neuopathologica 1998;95:431-436   
Hayashi M,Dorf ME,Abromson Leeman S. Granulocyte-macrophage colony stimulating factor inhibits class 2 major histocompatibility complex expression and antigen presentation by microglio.
Journal of Neuroimmunology 1993;48:23-32   

Research Grants & Projects

 
1.Neuropathological study on the brain lesions of the severely handicapped 2.Neuropathological analysis of epileptogenesis in children with intractable epilepsy 3.Investigation on neurodegeneration in developmental progressive disorders, including c・・・
1.Neuropathological study on the brain lesions of the
severely handicapped
2.Neuropathological analysis of epileptogenesis in
children with intractable epilepsy
3.Investigation on neurodegeneration in developmental
progressive disorders, includ...