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Developmental roles and evolutionary significance of AMPA-type glutamate receptors
Synaptic transmission from subplate neurons controls radial migration of neocortical neurons

Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science was established in April 2011 by the merger of three Tokyo metropolitan government-operated institutes, namely, Tokyo Metropolitan Institute for Neuroscience, Tokyo Institute of Psychiatry, and the Tokyo Metropolitan Institute of Medical Science. The ultimate goal of the institute is to improve the health and welfare of the citizens of the Tokyo city as well as those of our country through original discovery on the pathology and molecular basis of diseases and through development of novel strategies for prediction, prevention, diagnosis and therapy of various diseases including mental disorders.

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5 August 2018
Masaki Oba (Diabetic Neuropathy Project) had won the Junior Investigator Poster Award of the 41st annual meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society and the Young Investigator Award of the 28th annual meeting of Japanese Society of Pathophysiology
29 July 2018
Shinobu Hirai, Haruo Okado (Neural Development Project) with Koji Hotta(keio University) published a paper on “Developmental roles and evolutionary significance of AMPA-type glutamate receptors” in BioEssays.
25 June 2018
Takeru Honda, PhD, (Motor Disorders Project) published a paper on “Tandem Internal Models Execute Motor Learning in the Cerebellum” in PNAS.

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TMIMS 2017
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