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11.7.18

  • Halaven® lecture meeting at Yokohama was held and professor Uemura delivered the lecture.
 

11.7.18

 

11.6.30

 

11.04.06

  • The article about marine-origined drugs based on our research was presented on Saitama Newspaper (in Japanese).
 

11.04.01

  • Professor Daisuke Uemura moved to Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Kanagawa University, new Uemura Laboratory and Research Institute Natural Drug-Leads at this University stared on April 1.
 

11.01.21

  • Approval of a breast cancer drug Halaven by Japanese Government was reported on Japanese Newspapers.
 

11.01.18

  • Uemura's final lecture in Keio University and a commemorative seminar were held.
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11.01.05

  • The article about Halaven based on our research was presented on Yomiuri Newspaper.
 

11.01.04

  • A column titled "Kanagawa Sponge Leads to Breast-Cancer Drug" was presented on Wall Street Journal (e-edition).
    >>Details
 

10.12.04

  • The final lecture of Professor Uemura in Keio University will be given on January 18, 2011.

10.11.16

  • The United States Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Halaven™ (eribulin mesylate), a synthetic analogue of halichondrin B, for the treatment of patients with metastatic breast cancer.
    >>Details
 

10.08.12

 

10.04.07

 

10.03.31

  • Dr. Ohno Osamu moved to Department of Chemistry, Keio University as an Assistant Professor.

10.03.30

 

10.02.20

  • The Ceremonial Party for Professor Daisuke Uemura was held.
 

10.01.29

 

10.01.26

  • Professor Uemura was promoted to an honorary member of the Israel Chemical Society.
 

10.01.25

10.01.19

 

10.01.13

 

10.01.09

 

09.12.21

  • Our study on a paltypus venom was introduced on the ACS magazine C&EN.>>Details
 

09.11.25

  • [Press Release] Our research group, Dr. Masaki Kita of Tsukuba University and Professor David StC. Black of the University of South Wales (Australia) discovered a novel peptide isolated from a duck-billed platypus venom. >>Link to Journal of American Chemical Society

09.11.2

  • Professor Uemura would be awarded this autumn's Medal with Purple Ribbon from Japanese Government.

09.8.1

  • Professor David Gadsby (Rockefeller University), a leading physiologist in the field of Na/K channel science, visited our laboratory.
 

09.7.15

09.7.1

  • Dr. Chunguang Han moved to RIKEN Center for Molecular Imaging Science (CMIS), as a Research Fellow on July 1, 2009
    New Address: 6-7-3 Minatojima-minamimachi, Chuo-ku, Kobe 650-0047 (Japan)
    Tel: (+81) 78-304-7130 Fax: (+81) 78-304-7131 E-mail: han.chunguang*atmark*riken.jp

09.6.29

 

09.6.6

09.5.28

  • Information of Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research(S) "Chemistry of Novel Naturally Occurring Super-carbon-chain Molecules" was posted. >>Details

09.5.15

09.4.1

  • UEMURA Group in Nagoya University was closed, and the laboratory completely moved to Keio University on 31 March 2009.
  • Dr. Osamu Ohno moved to Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University on April 1, 2009 from Nagoya University.
  • Dr. Hammam Mostafa moved out on April 1, 2009.

09.3.31

  • Dr. Makoto Kitamura moved to Matsumoto Lab. Department of Biosciences and Informatics, Keio University as a Research Assistant on April 1, 2009
    New Address: Sousoukan 420, 3-14-1 Hiyoshi Yokohama 223-8522, JAPAN

09.3.31

09.2.19

  • Prof. Daisuke UEMURA was awarded The Naito Prize for his excellent research on bioactive natural product chemistry. (Award presentation ceremony was held on March 17) >>Details in Japanese

08.11.18

  • Information of the 5th Hirata Memorial Lecture was posted. >Details

08.7.18

 

08.5.12

  • JSPS Grant-in-Aid for Creative Scientific Research
    "Pursuit of Substances in Dynamic Ecological Systems" Symposium on June 26 (Thu) and June 27 (Fri), 2008 was announced.
    >>Details in Japanese
 

08.5.1

  • Toshiyasu Inuzuka moved to Life Science Research Center, Gifu University as an Assistant Professor on May 1, 2008.
    New Address: 1-1 Yanagido, Gifu-shi 501-1193
    Fax/Tel: +81-(0)58-293-2617   E-mail: inuzuka*atmark*gifu-u.ac.jp

08.4.1

  • Prof. Daisuke UEMURA moved into Department of Bioscience and Informatics, Faculty of Science and Technology, Keio University.
  • New Laboratory at Keio University started on April 1.
    Drs. Kazuhiko NAKAMURA, Kaoru YAMADA, Makoto KITAMURA and Takahiro ABE also moved to Keio University.