Hiroshi Haeno

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Last updated: Oct. 3, 2014


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Cancer is a major cause of deaths today. There have been tremendous efforts to fight against cancer in vast research field such as molecular biology, cell biology, systems biology, drug discovery, clinical research, and so forth. I am working on mathematical and computational modeling of cancer initiation/progression and optimal treatment. I would like to make it clear the fundamental dynamics of the emergence and the progression of cancer cells as well as the appearance of drug resistance by using mathematical models, which I hope could bring something new to experimental and clinical researchers at the leading edge.

Latest News

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.
Sep, 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.
Sep, 2014 My website is updated!

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Academic appointment and affiliation

Assistant Professor, Mathematical Biology Laboratory
Department of Biology, Kyushu University
Email: haeno at kyushu-u.org
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