"Degrader of Proteins Required for the Origin of Early Cancerous Lesions"
"Breakthrough in Hepatitis Research as New Infected Cell Models are Developed"
”Role for Autophagic Cellular Degradation Process in Maintaining Genomic Stability”
"Novel Method of Cellular Waste Disposal Revealed in Yeast and Mammals"
"How Cell Populations Weed Out “Loser” Cells to Maintain Vitality is Revealed"
"Novel Type of Cell Death in Huntington’s Disease May Lead to Effective New Therapies"
“Advancing Our Understanding of How the Disease Lupus is prevented in healthy individuals”
“Breakthrough for Bone Regeneration via Double-cell-layered Tissue Engineering Technique”
“Injected Mix of Bone-augmenting Agents Causes New Bone Growth in Mouse Jaws”
“Blood Coagulation Detector May Help in Monitoring Stroke Risk”
Vol 1 of our New publication specialized in our research activities TMDU Research Activities 2016 issued
Vol 8 of our public relations magazine 'TMDU ANNUAL NEWS' issued
“Periodic injections of synovial stem cells inhibit osteoarthritis progression in the knee”
“Synthetic polymer-based elucidation of survival strategies of cancer stem cells”
“Tooth regenerative technology by a mechanical ligation method”
U. de Chile, Clinica Las Condes y Tokio Medical and Dental University firman historico acuerdo de programa de grado conjunto
Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) becomes the first university in Japan allowed to establish an international joint degree (JD) program having an agreement with Chulalongkorn University.
Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) becomes the first university in Japan to establish an international joint degree (JD) program, and has concluded an agreement with University of Chile and its associated hospital.
Tokyo Medical and Dental University to establish an INCJ-backed venture company, Rena Therapeutics Inc.
“DNA/RNA Heteroduplex oligonucleotide: the third class oligonucleotides”
7th TMDU International Summer Program (ISP2015)
TMDU ranked #1 in the Nation and #6 in the World in Dentistry
“Highly efficient CRISPR knock-in in mouse”
TMDU Annual News Plus