Results of screening for the Program for Creating Future Wisdom

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Osaka University has established a new research support program: Program for Creating Future Wisdom. This program supports the creation of on-campus joint research systems for young researchers at Osaka University. It aims to cultivate a variety of research projects and produce creative and unique ideas as well as human resources, thereby opening the path to the future.

This program supports joint research projects with new themes in order to support Osaka University's future and provides projects selected with money necessary for conducting joint research and compiling the research results for three years. The joint research group must consist of three young researchers 45 years of age or younger without regard to their research field, whether such be one of the liberal arts or natural or social sciences. This time, 58 applications were received. Following screening by the Screening Committee, the winners noted below were selected.

This project will provide selected projects with support up to 3 million yen per year for a maximum of three years for expenses for conducting joint research and expenses for compiling research results.

Other Research Support Projects at Osaka University

Project members (* leader)
Project
*HASHIMOTO Yorimitsu, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Letters
GOUYAMA Rintarou, Lecturer, Center for the Study of Communication-Design
IWAI Shigeki, Associate Professor, Center for Japanese Language and Culture
Special Relationship between Thai and Japan: From Colonial Fantasy to Cultural Diplomacy
*NAKAGAWA Takeshi, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Human Sciences
MATSUDA Kenichi, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Dentistry
KABAYAMA Mai, Assistant Professor, Division of Health Sciences, Graduate School of Medicine
Frailty and adaptation in the oldest old : A biopsychosocial approach
*MATSUMURA Naohiro, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Economics
NAKAMURA Masaki, Associate Professor, Center for Education in Liberal Arts and Sciences
ICHIDA Hideki, Assistant Professor, Office for University-Industry Collaboration
Development of Shikake Design Workshop
*KIKUTA Junichi, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Medicine
HORI Yuuichirou, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Engineering
SENOO Shigeto, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Information Science and Technology
Integrated elucidation of cell migration dynamics by fluorescence imaging technology based on advanced biomedical engineering and informatics
*KUBO Tateki, Lecturer, Graduate School of Medicine
MURAMATSU Rieko, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Medicine
MATSUZAKI Shinsuke, Associate Professor, United Graduate School of Child Development
Establishment of new therapeutic strategy for scarless wound healing
*HATA Kenji, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Dentistry
FUJII Hodaka, Associate Professor, Research Institute for Microbial Diseases
EBINA Kosuke, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Medicine
Establishment of molecular basis for novel therapeutic approaches against osteoarthritis
*MURAKAMI Jumpei, Assistant Professor, Osaka University Dental Hospital
INAHARA Minae, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Letters
TAKENAKA Nanae, Assistant Professor, Health Care Center
Developing a Comprehensive Support Program for Children with Special Needs and Their Caregivers in Dental Settings
*NAKAZAWA Takanobu, Specially Appointed Associate Professor, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences 
HASHIMOTO Ryota, Associate Professor, United Graduate School of Child Development
FUJINO Haruo, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Human Sciences
Studies on the molecular pathology of schizophrenia with active neurons
*KUROSAKI Ken, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering
KOKUBO Ken, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering
YANAGIDA Takeshi, Associate Professor, The Institute of Scientific and Industrial Research
Development of high-efficiency nanostructured silicon thermoelectric materials
*NAGAI Masaya, Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Science
KISU Takayuki, Associate Professor、Graduate School of Engineering Science
MINOWA Yousuke, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Science
Photoelectron spectroscopy system based on VUV ultrashort pulse technique as the conventional analytical instrument
*MITSUDOME Takato, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Science
KITAGAWA Yasutaka, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Science
KUWAHARA Yasutaka, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Engineering
Development of Innovative Green Technology for the Synthesis of Fundamental Chemicals from CO2
*FUJITA Hideaki, Specially Appointed Associate Professor, Immunology Frontier Research Center
NAGAMORI Eiji, Lecturer, Graduate School of Engineering
OJIMA Yoshihiro, Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Engineering Science
Use of cell-sheet and live-cell microscopy to clarify the mechano-sensing mechanism of mammalian cells
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