Takayama Chitoshi

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Name
Takayama Chitoshi
URL
http://w3.u-ryukyu.ac.jp/anatomy2/
Affiliation
University of the Ryukyus
Section
Graduate School of Medicine
Job title
Professor
Degree
Doctor of Medical Scinece(Hokkaido University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 1987
 - 
Oct 1995
, Department of Anatomy, Hokkaido University School of Medicine, Research Assistants
 
Nov 1995
 - 
Mar 1999
, Department of Anatomy, Hokkaido University School of Medicine, Senir Assistant
 
Apr 2000
 - 
Dec 2002
, Department of Molecular Neuroanatomy, Hokkaido University School of Medicine, Senir Assistant
 
Jan 2003
 - 
Mar 2007
, Department of Molecular Neuroanatomy, Hokkaido University School of Medicine, Associate Professor
 
Apr 2007
 - 
Mar 2010
, University of the Ryukyus, Faculty of Medicine, Medicine, Department of Physiological Sciences,Professor
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1987
Faculty of Medicine, Keio University
 

Committee Memberships

 
1900
 - 
1900
The Japanese Association of Anatomists  Scientific Councillor
 
1900
 - 
1900
The Japanese Association of Anatomists  Scientific Councillor
 

Misc

 
Takayama C, Inoue Y.
Developmental Brain Research   145(2) 197-211   2003
Takayama C, Inoue Y
Developmental Brain Research   148(2) 169-177   2004
Takayama C, Inoue Y.
Developmental Brain Research   150(2) 177   2004
Takayama C, Inoue Y
Neuroscience Research   50(4) 447-458   2004
Takayama C
Cerebellum   4(2) 171-177   2005

Books etc

 
GABAergic signaling in the developing cerebellum. In "GABA in autism and related disorders.(Dhossche D,Ed)"
2005   

Research Grants & Projects

 
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Project Year: 1987   
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Project Year: 2007   
Molecular and morphologica analysis in GABAergic Signaling in the Developing Brain
0085 (Japanese Only)
Project Year: 1987   
GABA functions are investigated by morphological analysis using immunohistochemistry for various molecules involved in GABAergic transmission.
GABA roles in development, plastisity and regeneration
0085 (Japanese Only)
Project Year: 2007   
GABA roles in development, plastisity and regeneration are morphologically investigated by the changes in GABA signaling.