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Masayoshi Nakamura

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2003B.S.; Kyoto University (Agriculture)
2009Ph.D.; Nara institute of Science and Technology (Bioscience)
2009-2011Global COE Research Fellow, Nara Institute of Science and Technology
2011-2017Postdoctoral Fellow; Carnegie Institution for Science, USA
2012-2015 HFSP Postdoctoral Fellowship; Carnegie Institution for Science, USA
2017-presentCo-PI, Designated Lecturer, WPI-ITbM, Nagoya University

Masayoshi Nakamura Carnegie Institution for Science, USA
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Live Cell Imaging, Plant Cell Biology

The research in the Frommer-Nakamura group at ITbM works in four areas: (i) Engineering of genetically encoded biosensors and sponges for in vivo biochemistry, (ii) Characterization of the determinants of interactions between small molecules and transporters to help identifying novel drugs and agrochemicals; (iii) The search for yet unidentified receptors for small molecules; and (iv) chemical genomics and imaging of processes related to cellular growth and dynamics.

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