NEWAnnouncement of Successful Applicants of Entrance Examination - January 2024
Ms. Ai Miyasaka, 5th year student, published a first author paper (preprint) on bioRxiv.
Mr. Shumpei Takinami, 3rd year student, gave a poster presentation at the Hyper Interdisciplinary Conference in Toyohashi Forum 2024.
Mr. Wang Yinghao, 4th year student, gave a poster presentation at the Forum for Graduate School Educational Reform 2023.
Ms. Ai Miyasaka (5th year student), Mr. Duo Zhoumao (4th year student), and Ms. Margaux Noémie Lafitte (4th year student) gave poster presentations at the Neuroscience 2023 organized by the Society for Neuroscience (SfN).
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