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MORIMOTO Takeshi


Keyword

artificial vision

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Gender

Male

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  • 2009.05.01 - 2010.06.30, Graduate School of Medicine, Assistant Professor

  • 2010.07.01 - 2011.03.31, Division of Pathophysiology and Therapeutics, Graduate School of Medicine, Associate Professor

  • 2011.04.01 - 2012.10.31, Division of Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine, Associate Professor

  • 2012.11.01 - 2019.03.31, Division of Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine, Associate Professor

  • 2019.04.01 - , Graduate School of Medicine, Associate Professor

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Osaka University Faculty of Medicine  Graduated 1997.03
Osaka University Graduate School, Division of Medical Sciences  Completed 2005.03

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Department of Advanced Visual Neuroscience Osaka university graduate school of medicine 2012.11 -

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  • Ophthalmology-related, Biomedical engineering-related

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  • Japanese Ophthalmological Society

 

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  • Transcorneal electrical stimulation promotes the survival of photoreceptors and preserves retinal function in royal college of surgeons rats, Morimoto T, Fujikado T, Choi JS, Kanda H, Miyoshi T, Fukuda Y, Tano Y, Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science,48, 2007.10, Papers

  • Transcorneal electrical stimulation rescues axotomized retinal ganglion cells by activating endogenous retinal IGF-1 system, Morimoto T, Miyoshi T, Matsuda S, Tano Y, Fujikado T, Fukuda Y, Investigative Opthalmology & Visual Science,46 : 2147-2155,, 2005.05, Papers

  • Electrophysiological studies of the feasibility of suprachoroidal-transretinal stimulation for artificial vision in normal and RCS, Kanda H, Morimoto T, Fujikado T, Tano Y, Fukuda Y, Sawai H, Investigative Ophthalmology & Visual Science,45 : 560-566, 2004.04, Papers

  • Electrical stimulation enhances the survival of axotomized retinal ganglion cells in vivo, Morimoto T, Miyoshi T, Fujikado T, Tano Y, Fukuda Y, Neuroreport,13 : 227-230, 2002.02, Papers

  • Optimal parameters of transcorneal electrical stimulation (TES) to be neuroprotective of axotomized RGCs in adult rats., Morimoto T, Miyoshi T, Sawai H, Fujikado T, Experimental Eye Research,90:285-291, 2010.02, Papers

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  • 4th Asia Pacific Symposium on Neural Regeneration poster award, 2004.12