Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer, Tohoku University

My place in Sendai
February 18, 2016
Valentines Icing Cookie Workshop
Sachi IDAC English Instructor

IDAC's very first Valentine's Icing Cookie workshop was held on the 12th of February with 15 participants in the new Global room.
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Valentines Icing Cookie Workshop
January 08, 2016
Holiday English Cafe
Sachi IDAC English Instructor

The 2015 Holiday English Cafe that was held on December 17th at the newly constructed GLOBAL room was nothing short of a success.
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Holiday English Cafe
November 30, 2015
My IDAC Experience
Exchange Student, FALL SEMESTER Department of Developmental Neurobiology
Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer (IDAC), Tohoku University
Kai LIBICHER

I find the Japanese people in general to be very friendly and polite. They are quite hard-working and it's not uncommon to see people working on weekends too, which is rarely the case in my home country of Germany. The lab’s atmosphere is very open and friendly
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>Kai LIBICHER
November 18, 2015
a pumpkin's days at IDAC
a pumpkin's tale

The 2015 IDAC Hallowe'en English Café that took place on October 29th at the 2nd floor Smart-Aging building was a huge success!
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>Kay Ogashira Kulason
November 16, 2015
Why I chose IDAC
Fullbright Fellow, Department of Functional Brain Imaging
Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer (IDAC), Tohoku University
Kay Ogashira Kulason

Ever since I was a young child, my father encouraged an interest in science. We spent many weekends launching rockets, building remote-control cars, and playing with science kits.
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>Kay Ogashira Kulason
November 16, 2015
My life in Sendai
1st year, Department of lmunobiology
Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer (IDAC), Tohoku University
Ratri Maya Sitalaskmi

As for research and being a woman in the field of science, I feel that it is a true blessing from God to me. I’m a mother, and a mother is the first teacher for her child. So, if you want your child to have a good education, you too must get a higher education because your children will grow up to be the next generation.
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>Ratri Maya Sitalaskmi
November 04, 2015
My IDAC Experience
Department of Pathology
Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer (IDAC), Tohoku University
Ruhul AMIN, PhD(Alumni)

I was officially a PhD student at Professor Manabu Fukumoto's Lab (Department of Pathology, IDAC) and I performed my research in the Ikawa Lab (Department of Project Program). I had an amazing time and a great learning experience in both labs. The best thing I learned from Dr.
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>Ruhul AMIN, PhD
September 17, 2015
Congratulations!
Department of Functional Brain Imaging
Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer (IDAC), Tohoku University
Kai WANG

Presenting Kai with his much deserved 1st place award was none other than Tohoku University President, Dr. Susumu Satomi. This award is no ordinary prize; it symbolizes one's persistent and arduous work towards a breakthrough idea that only a select few have ever claimed before.
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Kai WANG
September 01, 2015
English is POWER!
2nd year Masters, Deparment of Medical Engineering
Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer (IDAC), Tohoku University
Shota WATANABE

I love English & Bicycles. This year's winner, Shota Watanabe, visually showed
us how Bicycles and the English language are closely interconnected, and how
his love for these two passions gave him the power to go further in life.
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Shota WATANABE
April 15, 2015
My life in Sendai
Post-doctoral Fellow, Department of Functional Imaging,
Institute of Development, Aging and Cancer (IDAC), Tohoku University
Keyvan Kashkouli Nejad, PhD

I did research in brain research lab, Kawashima lab in IDAC.
I found it good environment especially for foreigners.
The main meeting in our lab was in English, which is quite rare in Japan.
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Keyvan Kashkouli Nejad, PhD

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