Student Monthly Progress #1
We had a Student Monthly Progress on Friday, March 24th.
Progress is one of the Independence Modules (student-led program) of the WISE Program that is held once a month as an opportunity of research discussion to cultivate a sense of planning and operating abilities and to promote cross-disciplinary research.
This time, 4 students who are members of the Student Association Committee gave presentations on their own research.
1. TOYTING Jirachaya：Division of Bioresources
<Prevalence of plasmid-mediated quinolone resistance genes in Salmonella spp. from canals of Thailand>
2. ERDENEBAT Temuulen：Laboratory of Veterinary Hygiene
<Brain - region specific mechanism of prion propagation and neuronal death>
3. TANIDA Takashi：Laboratory of Theriogenology
<The gene expression of osteopontin receptors in the vagina at the time of insemination>
4. INTARUCK Kittiya：Division of Molecular Pathobiology
<Virological and serological characterization of a new Nelson Bay Orthoreovirus isolated from wild fruit bats in Indonesia>
ARIIZUMI Takuma：Division of Molecular Pathobiology
KOBAYASHI Hiroko：Division of Molecular Pathobiology
Graduate Student Association Steering Committee
Big thanks to Tanida-san, Jirachaya-san, Kittiya-san, Temka-san!!