Matsuda, Keiko

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Name
Matsuda, Keiko
Affiliation
Keio University
Section
School of Medicine Department of Physiology
Job title
Assistant Professor/Senior Assistant Professor
Degree
医学博士(大阪大学医学部)

Research Interests

 
 

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2004
 - 
2008
助手, Dept. of Physiology 1, Keio University, School of Medicine,
 
2008
 - 
Sep 2015
助教, Dept. of Physiology 1, Keio University, School of Medicine,
 
Sep 2015
 - 
Today
講師(学部内), Dept. of Physiology 1, Keio University, School of Medicine,
 

Education

 
 
   
 
医学部, Osaka University
 

Published Papers

 
Elegheert, Jonathan, Kakegawa, Wataru, Clay, Jordan E., Shanks, Natalie F., Behiels, Ester, Matsuda, Keiko, Kohda, Kazuhisa, Miura, Eriko, Rossmann, Maxim, Mitakidis, Nikolaos, Motohashi, Junko, Chang, Veronica T., Siebold, Christian, Greger, Ingo H., Nakagawa, Terunaga, Yuzaki, Michisuke, Aricescu, A. Radu
SCIENCE   353(6296) 295-299   Jul 2016
Matsuda, Keiko, Budisantoso, Timotheus, Mitakidis, Nikolaos, Sugaya, Yuki, Miura, Eriko, Kakegawa, Wataru, Yamasaki, Miwako, Konno, Kohtarou, Uchigashima, Motokazu, Abe, Manabu, Watanabe, Izumi, Kano, Masanobu, Watanabe, Masahiko, Sakimura, Kenji, Aricescu, A. Radu, Yuzaki, Michisuke
NEURON   90(4) 752-767   May 2016
Kakegawa Wataru, Mitakidis Nikolaos, Miura Eriko, Abe Manabu, Matsuda Keiko, Takeo Yukari H., Kohda Kazuhisa, Motohashi Junko, Takahashi Akiyo, Nagao Soichi, Muramatsu Shin ichi, Watanabe Masahiko, Sakimura Kenji, Aricescu A. Radu, Yuzaki Michisuke
Neuron   85(2) 316-330   Jan 2015
<p>Neuronal networks are dynamically modified by selective synapse pruning during development and adulthood. However, how certain connections win the competition with others and are subsequently maintained is not fully understood. Here, we show th...
Konno Kohtarou, Matsuda Keiko, Nakamoto Chihiro, Uchigashima Motokazu, Miyazaki Taisuke, Yamasaki Miwako, Sakimura Kenji, Yuzaki Michisuke, Watanabe Masahiko
Journal of Neuroscience   34(22) 7412-7424   2014
<p>Of the two members of the δ subfamily of ionotropic glutamate receptors, GluD2 is exclusively expressed at parallel fiber-Purkinje cell (PF-PC) synapses in the cerebellum and regulates their structural and functional connectivity. However, litt...

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Synapse organization and modulation via C1q family proteins and their receptors
MATSUDA KEIKO
第94回日本生理学会大会   29 Mar 2017   
Synaptic organization at CA3-mossy fiber synapse through novel C1q related molecules
MATSUDA KEIKO
第39回 日本神経科学大会   21 Jul 2016   
Synapse organization and regulation through novel type of complement C1q family
MATSUDA KEIKO
第38回 日本神経科学大会   30 Jul 2015   
Cross talk between C1q family molecules and glutamate receptors in synapse formation
MATSUDA KEIKO
第36回日本神経科学会大会   21 Jun 2013   
Cbln1とその関連分子群によるシナプス形成
MATSUDA KEIKO
第34回日本神経科学会大会   15 Sep 2011   

Teaching Experience

 

Research Grants & Projects

 
補体様分泌因子とグルタミン酸受容体クロストークによるシナプス成熟の分子機構解明
MEXT,JSPS: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: Apr 2017 - Mar 2021    Investigator(s): 松田 恵子
The molecular mechanism of synapse organization and modulation via C1q family proteins
MEXT,JSPS: Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: Apr 2014 - Mar 2017    Investigator(s): 松田 恵子
Kainate-type ionotropic glutamate receptors (KARs) are highly expressed at synapses between mossy fibers (MFs) and CA3 pyramidal neurons in the hippocampus and important modulators of neural circuit activities. Although diverse KAR roles depend on...