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Keio University School of Medicine, Department of Organ Fabrication

35 Shinanomachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8582 JAPAN
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Organ Fabrication Methodology

The laboratory solely dedicated to the Tissue/Organ Fabrication has been opened since 22nd of May 2015 at Keio University School of Medicine, Tokyo JAPAN

Mission

  • The development of clone pigs and focus on an”in vivo bioreactor”, where human stem cells can transdifferentiate in their organogenesis. The scafforld-based organ regeneration, where human progenitor cells can develop in vitro. Using these technologies, we are aiming at making the transplantable organ without donors based on bioehics (here).
  • Academic-industrial collaboration projects are supported by the society. Medical treatments cannot become widely used unless pharmaceuticals and medical equipment are supplied by companies. For a company to conduct research with extremely high obstacles from an exploratory stage is likely to pose great risks. Nevertheless, we are apt to advance projects in a transparent manner with companies that fully understand how research on fabricating transplantable organs would contribute to medical science and healthcare across the nations.
Co-research
Prof. Kobayashi has been in collaboration with various centers for research in order to further expand cross-border academic research activities (here).
Please click here to further understand the ideal collaboration how we need corporate supports to accelerate our researches with the aim to contribute to the society.


35 Shinanomachi, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo 160-8582 JAPAN

TEL 81-3-5315-4090
FAX 81-3-5315-4089

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