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Knowledge Capital Workshop Fes, 2019 SPRING
 
Guidance Seminar to Conduct Research in Japan [Apr.24]
 
Takashi NAGASAWA to receive the Japan Academy Prize.
 
Regnase-1-mediated post-transcriptional regulation is essential for hematopoietic stem and progenitor cell homeostasis (Takakura group in Nat Commun)
 
IFReC participated in AAAS 2019 annual meeting
 
RIMD/IFReC Joint Orientation and Lab tour 2019[May 25]
 
[Seminar] Motohiko Kadoki (Feb.22)
 
Impact of sarcopenia in patients with advanced non-small cell lung cancer treated with PD-1 inhibitors (Kumanogoh group in Sci Rep)
 
[International Symposium]Next Gen Immunology in Health and Disease(Feb.7-8/2019)
 
Satb1 regulates the effector program of encephalitogenic tissue Th17 cells in chronic inflammation (Sakaguchi group in Nat Commun)
 
Osaka University and the three companies awareded by Minister of Education, Culture, Sports, Science and Technology.
 
Genetic and phenotypic landscape of the MHC region in the Japanese population(Okada group in Nat Gen)
 
The 8th Winter School on Advanced Immunology
 
TAK1 Prevents Endothelial Apoptosis and Maintains Vascular Integrity (Takakura group, in Dev. Cell)
 
Semaphorin 7A promotes EGFR-TKI resistance in EGFR mutant lung adenocarcinoma cells (Kumanogoh group, in NAR)
 
Academic exchange agreement with the University of Bonn
 
Masahiro Yamamoto won the JSPS Prize.
 
The 7th WPI Science Symposium in Aichi Pref[Dec.27]
 
Masahiro Yamamoto won the Japan Medical R&D Grand Prize.
 
IFReC researchers awarded by JSI
 
[Internal Event] The 40th IFReC Colloquium [Dec.19]
 
Science Cafe on the edge [Dec.9]
 
【Visit】The 23rd Chinese University Student Delegation to Japan Project
 
IFReC researchers to the 2018 Osaka University Prize
 
[IFReC Seminar] Mark S. Sundrud(Nov.19)
 
Osaka University Co-Creation Day @ EXPOCITY
 
IFReC participated in "Science Agora 2018"
 
10th International Symposium of IFReC[Nov.5-6]
 
Osaka-Heidelberg/Mannheim Sympoium on Immune Plasticity[Nov.8]
 

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