Associate Professor

Nozomu YACHIE

PROFILE

2005-    B.A. from Keio University (Department of Environmental Information)
2007-    M.M.G. (Bioinformatics) from Keio University (Bioinformatics Program)
2007-    Resaerch Fellow (DC1), JSPS (-2009.03)
2007-    Part-time Lecturer, Keio University (-March, 2009)
2009-    Ph.D from Keio University (Systems Biology Program)
2009-    Resaerch Fellow (PD), JSPS (-2010.03)
2010-    Postdoctoral Fellow, Fritz Roth Lab, Harvard Medical School (-2010.11)
2010-    Resaerch Fellow (Research Abroad), JSPS (-2012.03)
2010-    Postdoctoral Fellow, Fritz Roth Lab, University of Toronto (-2014.06)
2012-    Banting Postdoctoral Fellow, NSERC (-2014.03)
2014-    Adjunct Assistant Professor, Keio University SFC
2014-    Associate Professor, RCAST, the University of Tokyo

FIELD OF INTEREST

Our mission is developing new experiments and technologies to measure dynamics of molecules, cells and cellular developments by combining technologies in Synthetic Biology and Computational Biology to unveil new biological phenomena.

Our research topics include:


1. High-throughput screening of protein interactions by DNA barcodes and barcode fusion technologies

2. Developing of new synthetic biology circuits by engineering CRISPR/Cas9 genome editing methods

3. Single-cell tracking of evolution, cell development and cell differentiations

4. Large-scale data mining of multi omic data


PUBLICATION