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||【名稱】：【專題演講】Cell Cycle and Biomaterial Engineering for Injured Brian Regeneration
【內容】：【Cell Cycle and Biomaterial Engineering for Injured Brian Regeneration】
Time: 10:30-12:00 Wednesday, Oct 25, 2018
Venue:N2 Base Camp
▲演講者 Speakers: Dr. Itsuki AJIOKA (Tokyo Medical and Dental University)
Center for Brain Integration Research Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Organizer: Institute of Medical Sciences
Although our brain do not regenerate after injury by self-healing, recent advances in neurobiology uncovered the potency of brain regeneration. For example, we found and reported the proliferation potency of neurons (Ajioka et al., Cell 2007; Oshikawa et al., Development 2013; Oshikawa et al., Development 2017).
How can we bring out the regenerative potential in injured brain? We tried to understand the regeneration potency of injured brain by the approach of “science”, which reflects building and organizing knowledge of something that does exist. In contrast to “science, “engineering” reflects a creative application for the development of something that does not exist. Thus, “engineering” approach could be important to bring out the regenerative potential in injured brain. For example, we developed artificial scaffolds for the 3D migration of neurons (Ajioka et al., Biomaterials 2011), the technique to align neurons in the injured brain region (Ajioka et al., Tissue Eng Part A 2015; Jinnou et al., Cell Stem Cell 2018), and the technique to promote angiogenesis in the ischemic brain (Oshikawa et al., Adv Healthc Mater 2017)
In this talk, I would like to introduce recent our finding and discuss how injured brain can regenerate.
【參加對象】：慈大教師 慈大職員 慈大學生 校外人士