Hiroshi Haeno

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Last updated: Oct. 3, 2014


Oct, 2014 One postdoctoral fellow position (about 4 years at longest) is available immediately in Hiroshi Haeno's group. This position is funded by Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research on innovative areas. A mathematical biologist or a statistician who has Ph.D. is suitable. If you are interested, please email me.
September, 2014 Our new paper entitled "Evolution of pre-existing versus acquired resistance to platinum drugs and PARP inhibitors in BRCA-associated cancers" was published in PLoS One.
September, 2014 My website is updated!
May, 2013 Our new paper about "Stochastic tunneling of two mutations in a population of cancer cells" was accepted in PLoS One.
Aprl, 2013 I was appointed as an Assistant Professor in Kyushu University in Japan.
February, 2013 My homepage has been redesigned!
May, 2011 A study on a novel tumour-suppressor function for the Notch pathway in myeloid leukaemia was published in Nature.
March, 2010 I completed my Ph.D in Kyushu University.
November, 2009 A study on the evolution of metastases during the clonal expansion is published in Journal of theoretical biology.
September, 2009 A study on the cell of origin of myeloid malignancies is published in PNAS.
April, 2009 I attended American Association for Cancer Research 100th meeting.
March, 2009 I came back to the lab in Kyushu University.
Jun. 29~Jul. 4, 2008 I attended ECMTB08. ([International Conference] in Presentations for details)
May 1~11, 2008 I attended a summer school on mathematical modeling of infectious diseases. (University of Alberta, Canada)
Apr. 11, 2008 I've been a Predoctoral Fellow of JSPS since April.
Mar. 7, 2008 I've been staying at Michor Lab since February.
Feb. 6, 2008 [Seminar] in Presentations is updated.
Jan. 25, 2008 Open.