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  • 2018.05.01 - , Department of Frontier Biosciences, Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences, Assistant Professor

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Mitsubishi-Kagaku Institute of Life Sciences Laboratory of Neuromorphology Postdoctral Fellow 1991.04 - 1994.03
The Institute of Physical and Chemical Research, RIKEN Frontier Research Program Frontier Researcher 1994.04 - 1996.09
National Institute for Physiological Sciences Division of Cerebral Circuitry 2011.04 - 2017.03
Chubu University College of Life and Health Sciences Researcher 2017.04 - 2018.04

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  • Cortical Divergent Projections in Mice Originate from Two Sequentially Generated, Distinct Populations of Excitatory Cortical Neurons with Different Initial Axonal Outgrowth Characteristics., Hatanaka Y, Namikawa T, Yamauchi K, Kawaguchi Y, Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991),26(5) 2257-2270, 2016.05, Other

  • From migration to settlement: the pathways, migration modes and dynamics of neurons in the developing brain., Hatanaka Y, Zhu Y, Torigoe M, Kita Y, Murakami F, Proceedings of the Japan Academy. Series B, Physical and biological sciences,92(1) 1-19, 2016.04, Other

  • Neuronal polarization in the developing cerebral cortex., Sakakibara A, Hatanaka Y, Frontiers in neuroscience,9 116, 2015.04, Other

  • Formation of axon-dendrite polarity in situ: initiation of axons from polarized and non-polarized cells., Hatanaka Y, Yamauchi K, Murakami F, Development, growth & differentiation,54 398-407, 2012.04, Other

  • Excitatory Cortical Neurons with Multipolar Shape Establish Neuronal Polarity by Forming a Tangentially Oriented Axon in the Intermediate Zone., Hatanaka Y, Yamauchi K, Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991),23(1) 105-113, 2012.01, Other

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