Our lab started in 2019. Our main research focus is basic and translational research using phage display technology, a method of displaying random sequences of peptides or proteins on the surface of bacteriophages. By combining the phage display technology with next-generation DNA sequencing technology, we have established a system that allows us to analyze a huge number of sequences at once. We are currently developing new diagnostic and therapeutic methods for cancer, allergy, and autoimmune diseases. Through these activities, we hope to share with our members the joy of conducting basic research, being at the forefront of science, and contributing to the scientific community.
Academic training and open positions
Our laboratory aims to develop novel diagnostic and therapeutic approaches for cancer, allergy and autoimmune diseases by expanding the potential of phage display technology. We are committed to providing an excellent educational environment for graduate students. We can also offer career development opportunities as a postdoctoral associate. For questions or inquiries about available positions, please contact us.