Prof. Sumio Terada
- Professor, Cognitive and Behavioral Medicine, Systems Neuroscience, Neuroanatomy and Cellular Neurobiology, Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences, Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Prof. TERADA, Sumio is a Professor in the Department of Neuroanatomy and Cellular Neurobiology, the Center for Brain Integration Research at Tokyo Medical and Dental University. Prof. Terada started his career as a resident in surgery at Saitama Medical School Hospital after his graduation from the University of Tokyo, Faculty of Medicine in 1989. He then joined the Division of Medical Sciences at the University of Tokyo Graduate School as a PhD candidate in 1991, obtained his degree in 1996, and joined the faculty as an assistant professor and then as a lecturer in the Department of Cell Biology and Anatomy between 1993 and 2005. Since 2005, he has been in his present position at TMDU and his research field has been in the cytoskeletal dynamics, the intracellular transport mechanism of cytosolic proteins and the development of new spectroscopic techniques. In 2002, Prof. Terada received the 2nd Japan Neuroscience Society Young Investigator Award.
- Prof. Terada's ISP2012 Lecture Course Abstract:
- Microscopic and spectroscopic dissections of cytosolic and cytoskeletal protein dynamics in neurons
- Prof. Terada's TMDU Research Profile:
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