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Updates2015~2018 (Please click here for updates in 2014)
In TTS2018 (Madrid), the following papers will be presented.
(July 2. 16:30-17:30): Impact of In situ cold perfusion of kidney grafts during vascular anastomosis. presented by S. Torai.
(July 3. 16:30-17:30): New organ transplantation technology for suturing vessels with perusing organs. presented by S. Yoshimoto.
(July 4. 9:44-10:45): Chimeric human liver reconstruction within the spleen of adult pigs. presented by Prof. E. Kobayashi.
Restenosis after catheter or surgical intervention substantially affects the prognosis of arterial occlusive disease.
Using Luciferase Tg rat, a collaborative study
with Tokyo Women's Medical University shows that a cell sheet consisted of mesenchymal stem cells have anti-stenotic effects on injured arteries.
"Early exposure of operative techniques for future surgeons
-The basics for vascular sutures by microscopes-"
Hands-on Seminar is going to be held in Osaka on June 6th by ISEM West
Japan. 30 members can attend the Hands on Seminar on a first-come-first-served
“The establishment of co-research core for new treatment methodology of (including surgical technique, drug and devices) veterinary medicine”
Prof. Kobayashi has been perusing for the necessity of developing new methodology to cure malignant disease of pets that are regarded as companions for the human patients suffering from incurable diseases through cross-border collaborative relationship among medicine, veterinary and pharmacy faculties. This time the co-research core will be inaugurated at Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University (President Mr. Ikemoto) in Musashisakai Tokyo, JAPAN. Professor Kobayashi as a visiting professor together with the professor Hakamata, School of Veterinary Medicine will verify new therapeutic technology applicable for clinical practices through the generation of experimental animals based on the highly advanced microsurgical techniques. He also has open doors for collaborative corporations in consent of new therapeutic methodology in order to push forward further development of medicine-veterinary relationship and academia-industry co-development project.
Succeeded in Kidney Organ “Bud” Transplant : Development of “Cloaca Graft”
Prof. Eiji Kobayashi
of Keio University School of Medicine in collaboration with Prof. Takashi Yokoo
of Jikei University School of Medicine and Prof. Hiroshi Nagashima of Meiji University
has developed “Cloaca Graft” and disclosed research results at PNAS (Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America) on 22nd
of September, 2015. The news was broadcast not only
for its academic value but as a great advantage for suffering patients from
Prof. Li and Prof. Kobayashi have been enhancing mutual friendship not
only for treating patients but for exchanging research results (Please
click here). In line with the renovation of the Shanghai Nineth People's Hospital,
Prof. Li inaugurated "Shanghai Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery Institution, Lab of Tissue
Regenaration and Fabrication" with the aim of advancing co-researches with Prof. Koayashi. The opening ceremony was held on August 31st 2015. Prof. Koabyashi gave a keynote speech entitled "Why doctors are in need of pushing forward researches?".
The 2nd session of bioimaging mouse will be held on Dec. 2nd at Ravimana Kobe during the Congress of The Molecular Biology Society of Japan. Prof. Kobayashi will make a presentation entitled "The Power of Bioimaging Rat".
Prof. Kobayashi's lecture on Organ/Tissue Fabrication has been planned
based on the recent research results; on 30th November in Kobe "The
strategies for fabricating transplantable human organs". Please click
here for further contents of the lecture.