Biomedical Information Sciences

Department of Biomedical Information Sciences: Faculty Organization (As of April 1, 2018)
Laboratory Professor Associate Professor Lecturer Research Associate
Biological Information Science and Engineering TAKANO, Yu NAKANO, Yasuhisa
KUGIMIYA, Akimitsu
KOHDA, Jiro SAITO, Toru
  • Molecular-level Elucidation of the Function of Biological Systems with Computer Simulation
  • Mechanism of Vision and its Application to Information Engineering
  • Development of Biosensor for Amino Acids and its Application to Clinical Diagnoses
  • Development of Functional Foods Production System
  • Computational Structure-activity Relationship Studies on Biocatalysts
Medical Imaging MASUTANI, Yoshitaka AOYAMA, Masahito
FUJIWARA, Hisashi
   
  • Development of New Methods and Instruments for Biomedical Imaging
  • Processing and Analysis of Multimodal Medical Image Data
  • Statistical Modeling and Knowledge Representation on Shape, Structure and Motion of Human Body
  • Applications of Medical Images for Computer-Assisted Diagnosis and Therapy
Medical Robots SHIKIDA, Mitsuhiro   TANIGUCHI, Kazuhiro HASEGAWA, Yoshihiro
  • Advanced micromachined medical device systems based on MEMS technology
  • Intelligent robot systems for medical, healthcare, and wellfare
  • Wearable and flexible sensor systems based on MEMS technology
Brain Sciences and Technologies HIWAKI, Osamu FUKUDA, Hiroshi TOKIWA, Tatsuji  
  • Brain function measurement system using electroencephalography and magnetoencephalography
  • Brain function dynamics revealed by precise transcranial magnetic stimulation system
  • Brain function measurement on motor learning and control
  • Brain-machine interface developed by non-invasive brain signal measurement
Medical Information and Communication Technolgy TANAKA, Hirokazu     HATAKEYAMA, Yasutaka
  • Body Area Network (BAN) for Medical / Healthcare Applications
  • Wearable Sesor System and Vital Signal Processing
  • Dependable Wireless Communications and its Medical / Healthcare Applications.