Katsuhiko Mikoshiba 博士


  Katsuhiko MIKOSHIBA, M.D. Ph.D

Professor, Principal Investigator

Shanghai Institute for Advanced Immunochemical Studies, ShanghaiTech University
Laboratory: Lab of Cell calcium signaling

Email: mikosiba@@shanghaitech.edu.cn


1969   M.D. Keio University School of Medicine

1973   Ph.D. Keio University


1973-1974     Assistant Professor, Dept. of Physiology, Keio Univ. School of Medicine

1974-1982     Lecturer, Dept. of Physiology, Keio Univ. School of Medicine

1976-1977     Research Associate Pasteur Institute, Paris, France (c/o Prof. Jean-Pierre Changeux)

1982-1985     Associate Prof., Department of Physiology, Keio Univ. School of Medicine

1985-1992     Professor, Institute for Protein Research, Osaka University

1986-1991     Professor, National Institute for Basic Biology, Okazaki (Adjunct position)

1992-1997     Chief Scientist, Molecular Neurobiology Laboratory, RIKEN, Tsukuba (Adjunct position)

1992-2007     Professor, The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo

1998-2009     Team Leader, Group Director, RIKEN Brain Science Institute (BSI) (Adjunct position)

2003-2015      Foreign Professor (Adjunct Professor) at Karolinska Institute (received an honorary doctorate from Karolinska Institute)

2005-present  Member of Science Council of Japan

2007-present  Professor Emeritus of University of Tokyo

2008-2011      Foreign Professor of Seoul National University (Korea) (World Class University Professor, WCU Prof. program)

2009-2019      Senior Team Leader, Lab. for Developmental Neurobiol., BSI, RIKEN

2019-present  Professor, SIAIS (Shanghai Institute for Advanced Immunochemical Studies), ShanghaiTech University



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