Tomohiro Kurosaki

Dr. Kurosaki, M.D., Ph.D. Professor, Osaka University, is fascinated with a unique feature of humoral immune response, that is, immunological memory, in which neutralizing antibodies are quickly generated upon re-invasion of pathogenic micro-organisms to eliminate them from our body. His current research fields cover the molecular basis underlying longevity of naive B cells and memory B cells to understand the mechanisms of such quick humoral responses. He is aiming for the production of a novel and truly effective vaccine against influenza, based on his research findings.

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The Immune System: New Developments in Research - Part 1 (edX)

Basic principles of immunology including the latest topics leading to novel therapeutic approaches. This course will provide fundamental knowledge in immunology as well as some advanced topics from cutting-edge research results, such as cancer immunotherapy and novel vaccine development. Immunity is the body’s system of protection from attack by pathogens [...]
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