Motoshi Hayano

Motoshi Hayano

Speaker
Assistant Professor – Keio University, School of Medicine

I am an assistant professor at Keio University School of Medicine and our team is interested in molecular biology of aging including epigenetics driving aging and non-visual photoreceptor regulating brain functions.  I got my Ph.D. in 2011 (Tokyo University) and worked as a post-doc in Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science (Masai Lab). As a JSPS overseas research fellow and Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) long-term fellow, I joined David A. Sinclair lab at Harvard Medical School in Boston to work on a project using ICE mice in which aging is driven by DNA damage and epigenome (from 2013 to 2017). Currently, I also joined several startups and venture capitals, Tsubota Lab, KII, ANRI and SIP.

Learn
Articles