Ozaki Shigeru

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Ozaki Shigeru

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Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Assistant Professor, University of Tsukuba Faculty of Medicine
 

Awards & Honors

 
Aug 2007
Best Paper Award of the Japan Society of Kansei Enginnering, 2007., Japan Society of Kansei Enginnering
 

Published Papers

 
Kansei and Human Dynamics : a neurophysiological perspective
IWAMOTO,Yoshiki;OZAKI,Shigeru
Symposium on sports and human dynamics   2012 385-386   Nov 2012
The present study aimed at quantifying the matching between the physiological response of a car driver and the vehicle motion. Assuming that the performance of a head stabilization mechanism, the vestibulo-collic reflex, affects driving feeling, w...
Yoshikawa, Masaaki;Murakami, Yuuki;Senzaki, Kouji;Masuda, Tomoyuki;Ozaki, Shigeru;Ito, Yoshiaki;Shiga, Takashi
Developmental Neurobiology   73(6) 469-479   Jun 2013
尾崎, 繁
J. Comp. Neurol.   380 215   Jan 1997   [Refereed]
Inoue, Ken-ichi;Ozaki, Shigeru;Shiga, Takashi;Ito, Kosei;Masuda, Tomoyuki;Okado, N.;Iseda, T.;Kawaguchi, S.;Ogawa, M.;Bae, S. C.;Yamashita, N.;Itohara, S.;Kudo, N.;Ito, Y.
Nature Neuroscience   5(10) 946-954   Jan 2002   [Refereed]
Dorsal root ganglion (DRG) neurons specifically project axons to central and peripheral targets according to their sensory modality. The Runt-related genes Runx1 and Runx3 are expressed in DRG neuronal subpopulations, suggesting that they may regu...
Kinugasa;T.;Ozaki;S.;Hamanaka;S.and, Kudo;N.;+尾崎, 繁
Neurosci. Res.   44 239-246   Jan 2002   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
Ontogeny of rhythmic motor activity in the spinal cord of the rat. In : Neurobiological Basis of Human Locomotion. (共著)
尾崎, 繁
Springer-Verlag   Jan 1991   
運動の神経科学-基礎から応用まで-
尾﨑, 繁(分担執筆);編集:西野, 仁雄;柳原, 大;+尾崎, 繁
ナップ   Nov 2000   
はじめの一歩のイラスト生理学
尾崎, 繁(分担執筆);照井直人;編
羊土社   Mar 2007   
はじめの一歩のイラスト生理学 改訂第2版
尾崎, 繁(分担執筆);照井直人;編
羊土社   Jan 2012   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
時間の脳科学
Ozaki, Shigeru
第18回日本感性工学会大会 企画シンポジウム「脳科学の流儀:時間の認識と感性」   9 Sep 2016   

Research Grants & Projects

 
Development of neuronal circuits in the spinal cord.