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YAMAMOTO Yoichi


Keyword

Clinical Investigation and Research, Neurology, Clinical Genetics, Research Ethics

Mail Address

Mail Address

Laboratory Phone number

+81-6-6210-8290

Laboratory Fax number

+81-6-6210-8321

Gender

Male

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  • 2000.12.01 - 2007.03.31, Graduate School of Medicine, Research Assistant

  • 2007.04.01 - 2008.01.31, Graduate School of Medicine, Assistant Professor

  • 2008.02.01 - 2015.05.31, Osaka University Hospital, Associate Professor

  • 2015.06.01 - 2019.04.30, Osaka University Hospital, Associate Professor

  • 2019.05.01 - , Osaka University Hospital, Professor

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Aoociate professor, Osaka University Hospital 2007.01 - 2015.05

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  • Development and death of motoneurons
    Central Nervous Sysyten myelin
    Clinical Investigation and Research
    Clinical Genetics
    Research Ethics
    Neuroscience-general-related, Neurology-related, Medical biochemistry-related

 

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  • Efforts to align with the Clinical Trials Act at Osaka University Hospital, Kento Asano, Koji Iwasaki, Makiko Kobayashi, Shoji Sanada, Yoichi Yamamoto , Clinical Evaluation,46,489,495, 2019.01, Review Papers(In Japanese)

  • Muscle volume analyzer in evaluating enzyme replacement therapy in late-onset Pompe disease, Sugai F, Kokunai Y, Yamamoto Y, Hashida G, Shimazu K, Mihara M, Inoue S, Sakoda S,257:461-3, 2010.03, Papers

  • A case of paradoxical embolic stroke with hereditary angioneurotic edema, BECK Goichi, OE Hiroshi, YAMADERA Misaki, MIHARA Masahito, TAKAHASHI Masanori P., YAMAMOTO Yoichi, NAGANO Keiko, SAKAGUCHI Manabu, KITAGAWA Kazuo, SAKODA Saburo, Japanese Journal of Stroke,30, 2008.07, Papers(In Japanese)

  • Benefit of valproic acid in suppressing disease progression of ALS model mice, Fuminobu Sugai, Yoichi Yamamoto, Katsuyuki Miyaguchi et al., European Journal of Neuroscience,20, 2004.11, Papers

  • Hepatoma-derived growth factor is a neurotrophic factor harbored in the nucleus., Zhou Z, Yamamoto Y, Sugai F, Yoshida K, Kishima Y, Sumi H, Nakamura H, Sakoda S., J. Biol. Chem., 2004.07, Papers

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