Yasuhiko Jimbo / Professor / Division of Environmental Studies
Department of Human Environmental Studies / / Neuroengineering

Career Summary
1983: Graduated from the University of Tokyo (Faculty of Engineering)
1988: Received engineering doctorate from the University of Tokyo
1988: NTT Basic Research Laboratories
1992- 93: Visiting Researcher (CNRS, Marseille)
2003: Associate Professor (University of Tokyo)
2006: Professor (University of Tokyo)

Educational Activities
Graduate course: Neuroengineering
Faculty of Engineering, undergraduate courses: Programming Foundation, Signal Processing
Research Activities
Multisite recording of neuronal activity
Artificial neuronal networks
In vitro reconstruction of neuromodulation systems

1) Takeuchi et al., "Device for co-culture of sympathetic neurons and cardiomyocytes using micro-fabrication," Lab Chip 11, pp. 2268- 2275, 2011.
2) Saito et al., "Effects of Extremely Low Frequency Magnetic Fields on Neuronal Development of P19 Embryonal Carcinoma Cells," IEEJ Trans. 6, pp. 157- 162, 2011.
3) Takayama et al., "Spontaneous calcium oscillations in cultured cortical networks during development," IEEE Trans. BME 56, pp. 2649- 2956, 2009.
Other Activities
Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE)
Institute of Electronics, Information and Communication Engineers of Japan (IEICE)
Institute of Electrical Engineers of Japan (IEEJ)
Japanese Society for Medical and Biological Engineering
Future Plan
The application of neuroengineering technology to regeneration medicine

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