Calls for Proposals Early-stage Female Overseas FY 2022 Adopted Projects under "Research Program on Hepatitis"
|Status of Grants/Funding Opportunities||Awarded projects|
|R&D phase||Basic Study, Applied Study, Nonclinical Study/Pre-clinical Study, Clinical Study, Clinical Trials, Post Marketing, Clinical Research, None|
|Key Fields||Basic Medical Research Project, Infectious disease|
As a result of scrupulous deliberation conducted by a Project Evaluation Panel, the following projects were selected as the FY2022 adopted projects under the Young Researchers Program of "Research Program on Hepatitis."
Young Researchers Program:
Research to gain new findings on hepatitis and develop new methods for diagnosing, treating and preventing it.
|Project Title||Principal Investigator||Affiliation|
|Development of non-alcoholic fatty liver disease treatment method through ketone body metabolism||ARIMA Yuichiro||Kumamoto University||Associate Professor|
|Analysis of molecular mechanisms underlying the initial phase of activation of hepatic stellate cells using an original culture method||MIYOSHI Masato||Tokyo Medical and Dental University||Project Assistant Professor|
|Development of a novel relapse marker of hepatocellular carcinoma, based on the amount of human-HBV chimeric DNA||WAKAE Kousho||National Institute of Infectious Diseases||Senior Researcher|
Last updated 03/31/22