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IPS cell therapy and Cyberdyne robotic suit will be teaming up in SCI rehabilitation

Nikkei Asian Review – Keio University is joining hands with Cyberdyne to develop treatments for spinal cord injuries that combine induced pluripotent stem cell therapy with the startup’s wearable cybersuit. 322 more words

Chronic Spinal Cord Injury Research

Snoopy and Hello Kitty Cafe in Shibuya

Hey guys, this is totally out of order, since I forgot to publish this WAY sooner! So, as ya’ll have probably been seeing, I haven’t really been updating this blog anymore. 997 more words

Battle of the Ball

If October 22nd, 1993’s baseball match between Keio and Waseda University is anything to go by, I do not think anyone needs reminding how fierce the rivalry between two of the most prestigious private universities in Japan is. 394 more words

I am greatly honored to receive the David M. Abshire Award for the Best Paper by an International Fellow from the Center for the Study of the Presidency and Congress and to make a speech in front of the guests from around the globe. 263 more words


I graduated from Keio University with a B.A. in law.

Thank you to all my great professors, supervisors, friends, and my family members for all the supports you have given me in making every critical decision in the four years. 26 more words


Leading Change? Try Changing Yourself.

Some people love change.

I am not one of them.

Change is not easy for me.

And, I’ll tell you something: it’s not easy for most people. 963 more words

Tokyo views

A beautiful morning and a breakfast view of Mt Fuji. Two of the days in Tokyo were absolutely glorious and it tested my professionalism sorely – I seriously considered skipping out of my all day meeting on Tuesday to roam the streets in the sunshine. 57 more words