Scientist Profile

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Dr. Kiyotaka Shiba

Division Head, Division of Protein Engineering, Cancer Institute, Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research

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1981 • Graduated from the Faculty of Science, Kyoto University
1986 • Completed the second half of the doctoral program at the Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University; obtained a Ph.D. in Science
1986 • Instructor, National Institute of Multimedia Education Development Center
1987 • Assistant (RNA molecular biology), Department of Biophysics and Biochemistry, Faculty of Science, University of Tokyo
1989 • Doctoral fellow (Protein engineering), Department of Biology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology
1991 • Researcher, Division of Cell Biology, Cancer Institute, Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research
2001 • Division Head, Division of Protein Engineering, Cancer Institute, Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research (to the present)

 

 

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Dr. Kazuya Iwai

Research scholar, Division of Protein Engineering, Cancer Institute, Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research Department of Oral Implantology, Tokyo Dental College

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2011 • Graduated from the Tokyo Dental College
2012 • Completed the clinical training in dentistry at the Tokyo Dental College
2012 • Graduate School of Dental Research (Oral Implantation), Tokyo Dental College
2012 • (Research scholar, Division of Protein Engineering) Cancer Institute, Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research
2016 • Completed the doctoral program at the Graduate School of Dental Research, Tokyo Dental College; Ph.D. (Dentistry)
2016 • (Resident, Division of Oral Implantation) Tokyo Dental College Suidobashi Hospital (to the present)\

 

 

 

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Research scholar, Division of Protein Engineering, Cancer Institute, Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research Department of Oral Implantology, Tokyo Dental College

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2013 • Graduated from the Tokyo Dental College
2014 • Completed the clinical training in dentistry at the Tokyo Dental College
2014 • Graduate School of Dental Research (Oral Implantation), Tokyo Dental College
2014 • (Research scholar, Division of Protein Engineering) Cancer Institute, Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research (to the present) 

 

 

interview_02_15 - Exosomes Pt 2About the institution 

Japanese Foundation for Cancer Research

Cancer Institute

Location: 3-8-31 Ariake, Koto-ku, Tokyo

The Japan Foundation for Cancer Research was established in 1908 with the mission to "contribute to the welfare of the humanity through eradication of cancer." It is a private non-profit organization. After extensive fundraising efforts, the first cancer institute and hospital in Japan were founded in 1934. Ever since, the Japan Foundation for Cancer Research has been active at the forefront of cancer research and promotion of cancer treatments in Japan.