ThemeStatistical, bioinformatical, epidemiological methods for humans' health and animals’health and performance
BelongsResearch Center for Global Agromedicine/Department of Veterinary MedicineResearch Department/Department of Human Sciences/Division of Natural Sciences and Physical Education/Section of Natural Sciences and Physical EducationAgri-information technology Center /農学情報教育部門
|Field||Statistics, Data science, Bioinformatics, Systems biology, Medicine, Veterinary medicine, Animal husbandry, Agriculture|
|Keyword||Multivariate analysis, Gene network, Dementia, Cognitive dysfunction, Blood, Biomarker, microRNA, Omics, Laboratory animal, Dairy cow, Canine, Infectious disease, Productivity|
List of current research topics
Developing statistical theories and bioinformatical methods exploring and evaluating blood molecules (omics data) associated with humans' and animals' (including laboratory animals') dementia-like disorders
Statistical, epidemiological, mathematical analyses evaluating and improving performance of dairy cows and controlling infectious diseases in animals
Statistical and bioinformatical analyses in agriculture
Japan Agency for Medical Research and Development, Research and Development Grants for Dementia,
Canon Foundation, "Pursuit of Ideals" research grant program, "A new approach to reducing the risk of food allergies"
|Affiliated academic society||Japanese Society of Applied Statistics, Japanese Society for Bioinformatics, International Society for Computational Biology|
|Academic degree||Ph.D. in Mathematics|
My major is statistics and its applications and developments in 1) human and veterinary medicine (e.g., human and animals' dementia and its associations with blood molecules), 2) animal husbandry (e.g., milk losses and changes in milk components in non-healthy dairy cows), 3) agriculture. Data types I have been trying to analyze are both molecular-level (omics data including DNA, RNA, protein, metabolite) and individual-level (such as clinical information with age, gender etc of the individual).
|Room address||General Research Building 1|
|Mail address||kayano obihiro.ac.jp|