学会発表

12/6/2019
Oral presentation, “Cutting-edge research on optogenetic analysis of biological functions”, 4W-08, 42nd Annual Meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan (Fukuoka, Japan)
Title: Optogenetic dissection of temporal structure of membrane potentials of sleep circuit in the Drosophila central brain

12/3/2019
Poster presentation, 1P-0378, 42nd Annual Meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan (Fukuoka, Japan)
Title: Optogenetic dissection of temporal structure of membrane potentials of sleep circuit in the Drosophila central brain

12/1/2019
Invited talk, 2019 Yoshida Prize Lecture, 41st Annual Meeting Japanese Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry (Tokyo, Japan)
Title: “How neural coding impacts signaling, plasticity, and behavior”

11/30/2019
Poster presentation, 41st Annual Meeting Japanese Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry (Tokyo, Japan)
Title: Sleep alters neuronal excitability to affect tau accumulation in a Drosophila model

10/4/2019
Poster presentation, Neurobiology of Drosophila CSHL Meeting (Cold Spring Harbor, New York)
Title: Temporal coding-induced synaptic plasticity determines clock-driven sleep quality

9/19/2019
Poster presentation, Annual JHU Department of Neuroscience and Neuroscience Training Program Retreat 2019 (Janelia Research Campus, Virginia)
Title: Temporal coding-induced synaptic plasticity determines clock-driven sleep quality

9/13/2019
Poster presentation, Greater Baltimore Society for Neuroscience Chapter Annual Meeting 2019 (Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland)
Title: Temporal coding-induced synaptic plasticity determines clock-driven sleep quality

9/12/2019
Invited talk, Cell Biology Seminar (Department of Cell Biology, Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore, Maryland) hosted by Dr. Miho Iijima
Title: “Patterns Matter: Temporal Codes in Neural Signaling, Synaptic Plasticity, and Behavior.”

6/24/2019
Poster presentation, 5th Annual Johns Hopkins University Sleep & Circadian Research Day (Baltimore, Maryland)
Title: Clock-Generated Temporal Codes Determine Synaptic Plasticity to Control Sleep

3/26/2019
Invited talk, Baltimore Brain Series 2019 Spring Talks (University of Maryland, Baltimore. MD) hosted by Dr. Megan Fox
Title: “Patterns Matter: Temporal Codes in Neural Signaling, Synaptic Plasticity, and Behavior.”

12/13/2018
Invited talk, 2018-19 SPiNES Lectures, Seminars by Postdocs in Neuroscience: Extramural Series (NYU Langone Health's Neuroscience Institute, New York) hosted by Dr. David Fox (Laboratory of Dr. Katherine Nagel)
Title: “Patterns Matter: Temporal Codes in Neural Signaling, Synaptic Plasticity, and Behavior.”

11/30/2018
Oral presentation, “Molecular biology of behavior in Drosophila”, 3PW-15, 41st Annual Meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan (Yokohama, Japan)
Title: Clock-Generated Temporal Codes Determine Synaptic Plasticity to Control Sleep

11/29/2018
Invited forum, “Functional network of Japanese researchers to promote science and technology” 2F5, 41st Annual Meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan (Yokohama, Japan) hosted by Dr. Atsuo Sasaki
Title: My research experience as a postdoctoral fellow at Johns Hopkins

11/29/2018
Poster presentation, 41st Annual Meeting of the Molecular Biology Society of Japan (Yokohama, Japan)
Title: Clock-Generated Temporal Codes Determine Synaptic Plasticity to Control Sleep

11/27/2018
Invited talk, 139th IIIS seminar, University of Tsukuba (The International Institute for Integrative Sleep Medicine, Tsukuba, Japan) hosted by Dr. Masashi Yanagisawa
Title: Temporal Coding-Induced Synaptic Plasticity Determines Clock-Driven Sleep Quality

11/26/2018
Invited talk, 133th KARC Colloquium, National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (Kobe, Japan) hosted by Dr. Motojiro Yoshihara
Title: The quality of sleep is determined by the fluctuation of a clock-gene-dependent neural firing pattern

11/26/2018
Short talk and poster presentation, 40th Annual Meeting Japanese Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry (Kobe, Japan)
Title: Clock-Generated Temporal Codes Determine Synaptic Plasticity to Control Sleep

11/03/2018
Oral presentation, Nanosymposium of “Timely Insights in Circadian Regulation”, 018.02, Society for Neuroscience 48th Annual Meeting Neuroscience 2018 (San Diego, CA)
Title: Clock-generated temporal codes determine synaptic plasticity to control sleep

6/25/2018
Poster presentation, 4th Annual Johns Hopkins University Sleep & Circadian Research Day (Baltimore, Maryland)
Title: Temporal Coding-Induced Synaptic Plasticity Determines Clock-Driven Sleep Quality

4/12/2018
Poster presentation, Neuronal Circuits CSHL Meeting (Cold Spring Harbor, New York)
Title: Temporal Coding-Induced Synaptic Plasticity Determines Clock-Driven Sleep Quality

12/25/2017
Invited talk, Seminar Series of Research Center for Advanced Science and Technology, University of Tokyo (Tokyo, Japan), hosted by Takeshi Sakurai
Title: Clock-Driven Temporal Coding in an Arousal Circuit Determines Sleep Quality

10/3/2017
Oral presentation, Neurobiology of Drosophila CSHL Meeting (Cold Spring Harbor, New York)
Title: Clock-Driven Temporal Coding in an Arousal Circuit Determines Sleep Quality

9/25/2017
Invited talk, Johns Hopkins Sleep Research Conference (Baltimore, Maryland), hosted by Dr. Jonathan Jun
Title: Clock-Driven Temporal Coding in an Arousal Circuit Determines Sleep Quality

6/25/2017
Poster presentation, 3rd Annual Johns Hopkins University Sleep & Circadian Research Day (Baltimore, Maryland)
Title: Sleep Quality is Determined by Clock-Driven Temporal Coding of an Arousal Circuit

6/27/2016
Oral presentation, 2nd Annual Johns Hopkins University Sleep & Circadian Research Day (Baltimore, Maryland)
Title: Sleep Quality is Determined by Clock-Driven Temporal Coding of an Arousal Circuit

10/1/2015
Poster presentation, Neurobiology of Drosophila CSHL Meeting (Cold Spring Harbor, New York)
Title: Regulation of Neuronal Activity by WIDE AWAKE (WAKE) Signaling Complexes

6/22/2015
Poster presentation, 1st Annual Johns Hopkins University Sleep & Circadian Research Day (Baltimore, Maryland)
Title: Sleep Interacts with Aβ to Modulate Intrinsic Neuronal Excitability

4/7/2015
Oral presentation, Johns Hopkins University Department of Neuroscience Seminar (Baltimore, Maryland)
Title: Sleep and β-Amyloid in Flies and Humans

12/26/2013
Invited talk, Brain and Neuroinformatic Biology Seminar (University of Tsukuba, Tsukuba, Japan), hosted by Dr. Keisuke Sakurai
Title: Exploring Sleep Function Using Drosophila from Circadian Rhythms to Disease Pathology

11/13/2011
Oral presentation, Nanosymposium of “Optogenetics: Novel Methods and Innovative Uses”, 225.09, Society for Neuroscience 41st Annual Meeting Neuroscience 2011 (Washington, DC)
Title: Temporal Summation Properties of the Olfactory Projection Neurons in the Moth Antennal Lobe Revealed by Optogenetic Stimulation

9/21/2011
Short talk and poster presentation, 12th European Symposium for Insect Taste and Olfaction (St. Petersburg, Russia)
Title: Two Distinct Types of Local Interneurons Exhibit Different Synaptic Connectivity in the Silkmoth Antennal Lobe

6/2/2011
Poster presentation, International Congress of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry (Nagoya, Japan)
Title: Gene Expression Profiles and Synaptic Interactions in the Antennal Lobe Neurons of the Silkmoth

8/4/2010
Poster presentation, Congress of Neuroethology (Salamanca, Spain)
Title: Temporal Integration for Gain Control in the Moth Olfactory System

4/23/2009
Poster presentation, The Association for Chemoreception Sciences Annual Meeting (Sarasota, Florida)
Title: Millisecond Photoactivation of Bombykol Receptor Neurons Expressing Channelrhodopsin-2 Triggers Pheromone Searching Behavior in Male Silkmoths