Completed Terminated Projects - International Collaborative Research Program: Strategic International Collaborative Research Program (SICORP)

Outline

Key Fields Other programs(1st)
R&D phase Basic Study, Applied Study, Nonclinical Study/Pre-clinical Study, Clinical Study, Clinical Trials, Post Marketing, Clinical Research, None
Contact
Division of International Collaboration, Department of International Affairs
TEL: +81-3-6870-2216
E-mail: sicorp”at”amed.go.jp
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Terminated Projects

Canada

Research Area – "Epigenetics of Stem Cells"
AMED-CIHR Joint Research Project "The Epigenetics of Stem Cells" is created to promote and expand joint researches on ways to lead to new innovative technologies that could address major challenges in the basic understanding of stem cell activity and function, as well as remove barriers to effective translation of stem cell research for health benefits.
Funding Agency of Canada Side
Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR)
Duration: FY2013~FY2017
 
Project Title

Epigenetics and stemness in human hematopoiesis and leukemia: a new generation of stem cell targeted regenerative and leukemia therapeutics

Country

Japan

Canada

PI

Dr. Hiromitsu Nakauchi

Dr. John E. Dick

Affiliation

Center for StemCell Biology and RegenerativeMedicine, Institute of Medical Science, University of Tokyo

CanadaResearch Chair in Stem Cell Biology, Ontario Cancer Institute

Project Title

Genetic and epigenetic hierarchies distinguishing pluripotent and trophoblast stem cells

Country

Japan

Canada

PI

Dr. Hitoshi Niwa

Dr. Janet Rossant

Affiliation

Department of Pluripotent Stem Cell Biology, Institute for Molecular Embryology and Genetics, Kumamoto University

Developmental & Stem Cell Biology, The Hospital for Sick Children

Project Title

Directing Cellular Identity to Move Towards Progenitor Cell Therapies

Country

Japan

Canada

PI

Dr. Yasuhiro Yamada

Dr. Andras Nagy

Affiliation

Center for iPS cell Research and Application (CiRA), Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences (WPI-iCeMS), Kyoto University

Samuel Lunenfeld Research Institute, Mount Sinai Hospital

Singapore

Research Area – "Biological and Molecular Determinants of Human Ageing"
The aim are to: 1) strengthen research collaborations beween Japan and Singapore within the field of "Biological and Molecular Determinants of Human Ageing"; and 2) achieve world-class scientific results through the development and use of new and innovative technologies which can address the challenges facing the international community in the area of health research in both countries.
Funding Agency of Singapore Side
Agency for Science, Techonology and Research (A*STAR)
Duration: FY2017~FY2021
Project Title

Biological signatures of cardiovascular, musculoskeletal and cognitive ageing in the very old

Country

Japan

Singapore

PI

Dr. ARAI Yasumichi

Dr. Woon-Puay Koh

Affiliation

Keio University School of Medicine

Duke-NUS Medical School

Project Title

Effect of aging of the innate immune system on intracellular system network

Country

Japan

Singapore

PI

Dr. FUJIU Katsuhito

Dr. Xiaomeng Wang

Affiliation

The University of Tokyo

Singapore Eye Research Institute (SERI)

Project Title

Targeting age-associated white matter lesions

Country

Japan

Singapore

PI

Dr. IHARA Masafumi

Dr. Peter Tsun-Hon Wong

Affiliation

National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center

National University of Singapore

Last updated 04/01/22