Division of Clinical Neuroscience

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     The research of Division of Clinical Neuroscience is directed towards understanding the pathophysiology of neuropsychiatric disorders. Using the brain imaging techniques (positron emission tomography (PET), magnetic resonance spectroscopy (MRS), etc.), molecular biological techniques and psychopharmacological techniques (including clinical studies using patients subjects), we have been studying to develop new diagnostic and therapeutic methods for clarifying the pathophysiology of neuropsychiatric disorders.

Staff (April, 2011)

  • Kenji Hashimoto, PhD (Professor)
  • Jin Wu, MD, PhD (Associate Professor)
    Masatomo Ishikawa, MD, PhD (Assistant Professor)
  • Yuko Fujita, BS (Research Assistant)
    Tamaki Ishima, BS (Research Assistant)
  • Taisuke Yoshida, MD (Graduate Student at Department of Psychiatry)
    Mao Horio, MS (Graduate Student)
    Jichun Zhang, MD
  • Rie Kamijo, BS (Secretary)

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