• Title Postdoctoral Associate – Blower Lab
  • Education Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences, Osaka University, Japan
  • Area of Interest Mitosis, Centromere, RNA-Protein interaction

I am a Postdoctoral Fellow in the laboratory of Dr. Michael Blower at the Department of Biochemistry.I graduated from the Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences at Osaka University, Japan, in 2021. During my Ph.D. course, I worked on the mitotic regulation of the Kinetochore-centromere interaction, using Chicken DT40 cells, Human RPE1 cells, and in vitro binding assay.After my Ph.D. course, I joined Blower Lab in October 2021.My research objectives in Blower Lab1. To understand the mechanism and function of RNA evacuation from chromatin in mitosis2. How unconventional RNA binding protein interacts with RNA and its regulation and biological significanceI am also interested that centromere transcription and re-starting of transcription in the G1 phase. I am trying to reveal ‘how are chromosomes accurately segregated in mitosis’ through these experiments.


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