Synthetic Biology

How do our bodies develop from single fertilized egg cells? How does its cell lineage look like? How many cell divisions do cells in each organ experience? How does a malignant tumour progress by interacting with mutated genome and cellular niches? What kind of different molecular networks do contribute to different cellular phenotypes? Almost all of the big challenges in current life science involve high-resolution understanding of heterogeneous molecular and cellular dynamics in multicellular organisms. To enable to answer these questions, we develop genetic circuits harnessing the idea of tagging molecules and cells with DNA barcodes, genome editing and computational data mining.
Yachie Lab (Synthetic Biology Division)

Associate Professor

Project Assistant Professor

Administrative Assistant

Laboratory Technician

Visiting Scientist

Graduate Student

Student Researcher

Research Fellow