Ms. Ayaka Nakai was awarded the Best Dissertation Award, degree programs in Comprehensive Human Sciences, Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba.
Ms. Hibiki Okamura, 3rd year student, Ph.D. Program in Humanics, University of Tsukuba, received the Outstanding Oral Presentation Award at the 20th International Mini-symposium on Cell and Molecular Biology.
The presentation title is “The analyses of neural basis for individual differences in behavioral outcomes caused by social stress”.
Ms. Hibiki Okamura, 2nd year student, Ph.D. Program in Humanics, University of Tsukuba, received the Out standing Presentation Award at the Forum for Graduate School Educational Reform 2022.
Poster Session for Graduate Students
Category: Interdisciplinary Research
Title: Analyses of the neural bases of individual differences in behavioral outcomes caused by social stress
[Message from Hibiki]
I presented about my interdisciplinary research, which is a feature of the Ph.D. Program in Humanics, in the Forum for Graduate School Educational Reform. It was exciting to have discussions with people from other graduate schools.
Mr. Shinnosuke Yasugaki (4th year medical student at the University of Tsukuba) received “The Best Presentation Award, Wakate Dojo” at the Conference of NEURO2022.
The presentation title is “Does artificially increased REM sleep affect stress resilience in mice?”.
Mr. Shinichi Miyazaki (3rd year student, Ph.D. Program in Humanics, University of Tsukuba) was awarded the School of Integrative and Global Majors Dean’s Award.
*The School of Integrative and Global Majors Dean’s Award is given to a student of each Program who has achieved excellent results in academia.
Mr. Shinichi Miyazaki (3rd year student, Ph.D. Program in Humanics, University of Tsukuba) performed a poster presentation at Materials Research Meeting (MRM) 2021 and received “Graduate Student Award “.
The presentation title is “Lipids and proteins changes during heat-shock-induced sleep detected by CARS and SHG microscopy”.
[Message from Shinichi]
I am grateful for this award. Although it was difficult to communicate with researchers in the material sciences, it gave me a good opportunity to think about how to communicate my biological research to researchers in non-biological fields.
Ms. Hibiki Okamura (1st year student, Ph.D. Program in Humanics, University of Tsukuba) performed an oral presentation at the Intentional Student Presentations of Medical & Life Sciences at the Tsukuba Conference 2021 and won the Outstanding Speaker Award.
(September, 30. 2021)
Chronic social defeat stress affects social interaction and anxiety in BALB/c mice
[Message from Hibiki]
It was my first presentation at an academic conference. At the discussion session after the presentation, I was inspired by a lot of feedback that I couldn’t even think of.
Mr. Shinichi Miyazaki, (2nd year student, Ph.D. Program in Humanics, University of Tsukuba), received “Student Excellent Presentation Award” at the Online Student Symposium of Japan Society for Molecular Science 2020.
線虫 C. elegans のマルチモーダル非線形光学イメージング
Mr. Mitsuaki Kashiwagi was awarded the Dean’s Award for Research Excellence, Graduate School of Human Sciences, University of Tsukuba.
(March, 25, 2020)
Dr. Yu Hayashi was awarded the 9th Frontier Salon Nagase Prize (Special Prize) from The Frontier Salon Foundation, A General Incorporated Foundation.
The Nagase Prize is an award given to young researchers who are pioneering new fields of science and technology with new concepts that greatly contribute to society. Dr. Hayashi has been selected as a recipient in recognition of his “Studies on complex sleep architecture: implications of dreams & medical applications.”