Atsushi Suzuki

Last Updated :2022/06/01

Affiliations, Positions
Institute for Amphibian Biology, Associate Professor
E-mail
asuzukihiroshima-u.ac.jp
Self-introduction
We are studying the molecular mechanisms for mesodermal and neural development in the body axis formation of vertebrates and for the regulation of stem cells and tissue regeneration.

Basic Information

Major Professional Backgrounds

  • 1995/01/01, 1996/03/31, Hokkaido Univ., JSPS Post-doctoral Fellow
  • 1996/04/01, 1999/05/31, The Rockefeller University, Human Frontier Science Program (HFSP) Post-doctoral Fellow
  • 1994/01/01, Hokkaido University, JSPS Fellow DC
  • 1991/01/01, University of Tsukuba, TEIJIN Scholarship Fellow

Academic Degrees

  • Doctor of Philosophy in Pharmaceutical Science, HOKKAIDO UNIVERSITY
  • Master of Agriculture, University of Tsukuba

Educational Activity

  • [Bachelor Degree Program] School of Science : Biological Sciences : Biology
  • [Master's Program] Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life : Division of Integrated Sciences for Life : Program of Basic Biology
  • [Doctoral Program] Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life : Division of Integrated Sciences for Life : Program of Basic Biology

Research Fields

  • Biology;Biological Science;Developmental biology

Research Keywords

  • inducing factors (TGF-beta, Vg1, Activin, Nodal, BMP, Wnt, FGF)
  • growth factor signaling
  • Xenopus tropicalis and Xenopus laevis
  • induction and patterning of mesoderm and neural tissue
  • axis formation
  • maintenance and differentiation of stem cells
  • International Xenopus Genome Project
  • Regeneration

Affiliated Academic Societies

  • *
  • Japanese Society of Developmental Biologists

Educational Activity

Course in Charge

  1. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 3Term, The life science of amphibians
  2. 2022, Liberal Arts Education Program1, 2Term, Introductory Seminar for First-Year Students
  3. 2022, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Advanced Biology
  4. 2022, Undergraduate Education, 2Term, Basic Biological Science B
  5. 2022, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Special Study for Graduation
  6. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Special Study for Graduation
  7. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Seminar for Amphibian Biology
  8. 2022, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Practice for Fundamental Biology I
  9. 2022, Undergraduate Education, First Semester, Practice for Fundamental Biology III
  10. 2022, Undergraduate Education, Second Semester, Practice for Fundamental Biology IV
  11. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Research Methods in Life Science
  12. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 1Term, Exercises in Basic Biology A
  13. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 2Term, Exercises in Basic Biology A
  14. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 3Term, Exercises in Basic Biology B
  15. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Exercises in Basic Biology B
  16. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , Academic Year, Research for Academic Degree Dissertation in Basic Biology
  17. 2022, Graduate Education (Master's Program) , 4Term, Cell Dynamics and Genomics
  18. 2022, Graduate Education (Doctoral Program) , Academic Year, Research for Academic Degree Dissertation in Integrated Life Sciences

Research Activities

Academic Papers

  1. The forkhead transcription factor FoxB1 regulates the dorsal-ventral and anterior-posterior patterning of the ectoderm during early Xenopus embryogenesis., The forkhead transcription factor FoxB1 regulates the dorsal-ventral and anterior-posterior patterning of the ectoderm during early Xenopus embryogenesis., 360(1), 2011
  2. The Xenopus POU class V transcription factor XOct-25 inhibits ectodermal competence to respond to bone morphogenetic protein-mediated embryonic induction., The Xenopus POU class V transcription factor XOct-25 inhibits ectodermal competence to respond to bone morphogenetic protein-mediated embryonic induction., 124(11-12)
  3. Interplay between the tumor suppressor p53 and TGF beta signaling shapes embryonic body axes in Xenopus., Interplay between the tumor suppressor p53 and TGF beta signaling shapes embryonic body axes in Xenopus., 130(17), 2003
  4. ★, The Xenopus POU class V transcription factor XOct-25 inhibits ectodermal competence to respond to bone morphogenetic protein-mediated embryonic induction, MECHANISMS OF DEVELOPMENT, 124(11-12), 840-855, 2007
  5. ★, The forkhead transcription factor FoxB1 regulates the dorsal-ventral and anterior-posterior patterning of the ectoderm during early Xenopus embryogenesis, DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, 360(1), 11-29, 20111201
  6. ★, Xenopus embryonic E2F is required for the formation of ventral and posterior cell fates during early embryogenesis, Molecular Cell, 5, 217-229, 20000401
  7. ★, Xenopus msx1 mediates epidermal induction and neural inhibition by BMP4, Development, 124, 3037-3044, 19970401
  8. ★, Regulation of epidermal induction by BMP2 and BMP7 signaling, Developmental Biology, 189, 112-122, 19970401
  9. ★, Smad5 induces ventral fates in Xenopus embryo, Developmental Biology, 184, 402-405, 19970401
  10. ★, Mesoderm induction by BMP-4 and -7 heterodimers, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 232, 153-156, 19970401
  11. ★, Bone morphogenetic protein acts as a ventral mesoderm modifier in early Xenopus embryos, Development, Growth and Differentiation, 37, 581-588, 19950401
  12. ★, A truncated bone morphogenetic protein receptor affects dorsal-ventral patterning in the early Xenopus embryo, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 91, 10255-10259, 19940401
  13. ★, Autoinduction of activin genes in early Xenopus embryos, Biochemical Journal, 298, 275-280, 19940401
  14. ★, Differential expression of Xenopus BMPs in early embryos and tissues, Zoological Science, 10, 175-178, 19930401
  15. ★, Biochemical properties of amphibian bone morphogenetic protein-4 expressed in CHO cells, Biochemical Journal, 291, 413-417, 19930401
  16. Dual specificity of activin type II receptor ActRIIb in dorso-ventral patterning during zebrafish embryogenesis, Development, Growth and Differentiation, 41, 119-133, 19990401
  17. ★, Concentration-dependent patterning of the Xenopus ectoderm by BMP4 and its signal transducer Smad1, Development, 124, 3177-3184, 19970401
  18. Functional analysis of an ascidian homologue of vertebrate Bmp-2/Bmp-4 suggests its role in the inhibition of neural fate specification, Development, 124, 5149-5159, 19970401
  19. A kinase domain-truncated type I receptor blocks bone morphogenetic protein-2-induced signal transduction in C2C12 myoblasts, Journal of Biological Chemistry, 272, 22046-22052, 19970401
  20. BMP-2/-4 mediate programmed cell death in chicken limb buds, Development, 122, 3725-3734, 19960401
  21. Involvement of Ras/Raf/AP-1 in BMP-4 signaling during Xenopus embryonic development, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 93, 834-838, 19960401
  22. The role of BMP-4 and GATA-2 in the induction and differentiation of hematopoietic mesoderm in Xenopus laevis, Blood, 88, 1965-1972, 19960401
  23. Cloning of rat type I receptor cDNA for bone morphogenetic protein-2 and bone morphogenetic protein-4, and the localization compared with that of the ligands, Developmental Dynamics, 206, 318-329, 19960401
  24. ★, Bmpr encodes a type I bone morphogenetic protein receptor that is essential for gastrulation during mouse embryogenesis, Genes and Development, 9, 3027-3037, 19950401
  25. Involvement of the MAP kinase cascade in Xenopus mesoderm induction, EMBO Journal, 14, 2491-2498, 19950401
  26. Localized BMP-4 mediates dorsal/ventral patterning in the early Xenopus embryo, Developmental Biology, 169, 37-50, 19950401
  27. BMP-4 regulates the dorsal-ventral differences in FGF/MAPKK-mediated mesoderm induction in Xenopus, Developmental Biology, 172, 242-252, 19950401
  28. Genomic organization and chromosomal location of the mouse type I BMP- 2/4 receptor, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 206, 310-317, 19950401
  29. Developmental and differential regulations in gene expression of Xenopus pleiotrophic factors-alpha and -beta, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 214, 432-439, 19950401
  30. A truncated bone morphogenetic protein 4 receptor alters the fate of ventral mesoderm to dorsal mesoder, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 91, 10260-10264, 19940401
  31. Cloning of a Drosophila melanogaster homologue of the mouse type-I bone morphogenetic proteins-2/-4 recepto, Gene, 148, 203-209, 19940401
  32. Immunodetection of Xenopus bone morphogenetic protein-4 in early embryos, Growth Factors, 8, 173-176, 19930401
  33. ★, Genes for bone morphogenetic proteins are differentially transcribed in early amphibian embryos, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 186, 1487-1495, 19920401
  34. A carboxyl-terminal truncated version of the activin receptor mediates activin signals in early Xenopus embryos, FEBS Letters, 312, 169-173, 19920401
  35. Identification of bone morphogenetic protein-2 in early Xenopus laevis embryos, Growth Factors, 7, 233-240, 19920401
  36. ★, Interplay between the tumor suppressor p53 and TGF beta signaling shapes embryonic body axes in Xenopus, DEVELOPMENT, 130(17), 3929-3939, 200309
  37. BMP inhibition by DAN in Hensen's node is a critical step for the establishment of left-right asymmetry in the chick embryo, DEVELOPMENTAL BIOLOGY, 363(1), 15-26, 20120301
  38. Inbreeding Ratio and Genetic Relationships among Strains of the Western Clawed Frog, Xenopus tropicalis, PLOS ONE, 10(7), 20150729
  39. ★, Genome organization of the vg1 and nodal3 gene clusters in the allotetraploid frog Xenopus laevis, Developmental Biology, 426, 236-244, 2017
  40. ★, Involvement of JunB proto-oncogene in tail formation during early Xenopus embryogenesis, Zoological Science, 33, 282-289, 2016
  41. ★, Cloning of an isoform of mouse TGF-beta type II receptor gene, FEBS Lett., 355(1), 19-22, 1994
  42. ★, A mouse TGF-beta type I receptor that requires type II receptor for ligand binding., Biochem Biophys Res Commun., 198(3), 1063-1069, 1994
  43. Identification and comparative analyses of Siamois cluster genes in Xenopus laevis and tropicalis, Developmental Biology, 426, 374-383, 2017
  44. ★, Genome evolution in the allotetraploid frog Xenopus laevis, Nature, 538, 336-343, 2016
  45. ★, Genomic organization and modulation of gene expression of the TGF-beta and FGF pathways in the allotetraploid frog Xenopus laevis., Developmental Biology, 426, 336-359, 2017
  46. ★, Coordinated regulation of the dorsal-ventral and anterior-posterior patterning of Xenopus embryos by the BTB/POZ zinc finger protein., Development, Growth and Differentiation, 60, 158-173, 2018
  47. ★, Cdc2-like kinase 2 (Clk2) promotes early neural development in Xenopus embryos, Development, Growth and Differentiation, 61, 365-377, 2019
  48. Xenopus Resources: Transgenic, Inbred and Mutant Animals, Training Opportunities, and Web-Based Support., Front Physiol., 10, 387, 2019
  49. ★, The AP-1 transcription factor JunB functions in Xenopus tail regeneration by positively regulating cell proliferation, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 522, 990-995, 2020
  50. ★, Intracellular Communication Among Morphogen Signaling Pathways During Vertebrate Body Plan Formation, Genes, 11(3), 341, 2020
  51. ★, TGF-beta1 signaling is essential for tissue regeneration in the Xenopus tadpole tail, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 565, 91-96, 202108
  52. ★, The dual-specificity protein kinase Clk3 is essential for Xenopus neural development, Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications, 567, 99-105, 202108

Publications such as books

  1. Mesoderm induction in early amphibian embryos by activin A and its related gene products in Xenopus laevis , Elsevier Science Publishers, Scholarly Book
  2. 2000, アフリカツメガエルE2F転写因子による体軸形成の制御 , 2000, Scholarly Book
  3. 1996, BMPと背腹軸のパターン形成 , 1996, Scholarly Book
  4. 1994, アフリカツメガエルの背腹軸形成 , Chuugai medical company, 1994, Scholarly Book
  5. 1994, BMP受容体のクローニングと発生における役割 , 1994, Scholarly Book
  6. 1993, 個体発生におけるBMPの役割 , 1993, Scholarly Book

Invited Lecture, Oral Presentation, Poster Presentation

  1. The AP-1 transcription factor JunB and TGF-b1 ligand are critical components of the early injury response leading to cell proliferation in Xenopus tadpole tail regeneration, Makoto Nakamura, Hitoshi Yoshida, Eri Takahashi, Yuka Moriyama, Itsuki Kawakita, Marcin Wlizla, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Marko E. Horb and Atsushi Suzuki, 18th International Xenopus Conference (UK, online), 2021/08, With Invitation, English
  2. The AP-1 transcription factor JunB and TGF-b1 ligand are critical components of the early injury response leading to cell proliferation in Xenopus tadpole tail regeneration, Makoto Nakamura, Hitoshi Yoshida, Eri Takahashi, Yuka Moriyama, Itsuki Kawakita, Marcin Wlizla, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Marko E. Horb and Atsushi Suzuki, Society for Developmental Biology 80th Annual Meeting (USA, online), 2021/07, Without Invitation, English
  3. The AP-1 transcription factor JunB and TGF-b1 ligand are critical components of the early injury response leading to cell proliferation in Xenopus tadpole tail regeneration, Makoto Nakamura, Hitoshi Yoshida, Eri Takahashi, Yuka Moriyama, Itsuki Kawakita, Marcin Wlizla, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Marko E. Horb and Atsushi Suzuki, 2021/06, Without Invitation, English
  4. Injury-induced TGF-b1 signaling is essential for tissue regeneration in the Xenopus tadpole tail, Makoto Nakamura, Hitoshi Yoshida, Yuka Moriyama, Itsuki Kawakita, Marcin Wlizla, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Marko E. Horb and Atsushi Suzuki, 2021/06, Without Invitation, English
  5. Functional analysis of the JunB transcription factor in tail regeneration by CRISPR-induced compound heterozygous mutants, Makoto Nakamura, Hitoshi Yoshida, Eri Takahashi, Marcin Wlizla, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Marko E. Horb and Atsushi Suzuki, 2019 Xenopus Resources and Emerging Technologies (XRET) Meeting, 2019/10, With Invitation, English
  6. Coordinated regulation of the dorsal-ventral and anterior-posterior patterning of Xenopus embryos by the BTB/POZ zinc finger protein Zbtb14, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Misa Uchida and Atsushi Suzuki, 第51回発生生物学会大会, 2018/06, With Invitation, English
  7. Neural specific kinase promotes early neural development in Xenopus embryos, Regina Putri Virgirinia, Nusrat Jahan, Maya Okada, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Hitoshi Yoshida, Makoto Nakamura, Hajime Akao, Fatchiyah Fatchiyah, Naoto Ueno and Atsushi Suzuki, Hiroshima University International Symposium: Amphibian development, regeneration, evolution and beyond, 2018/03/13, Without Invitation, English
  8. Coordinated regulation of the dorsal-ventral and anterior-posterior patterning of Xenopus embryos by the BTB/POZ zinc finger protein, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Misa Uchida and Atsushi Suzuki, Hiroshima University International Symposium: Amphibian development, regeneration, evolution and beyond, 2018/03/13, Without Invitation, English
  9. The role of AP-1 family genes in the caudal stem zone and tissue regeneration in Xenopus tropicalis, Makoto Nakamura, Hitoshi Yoshida, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki and Atsushi Suzuki, International Symposium: Amphibian development, regeneration, evolution and beyond, 2018/03/13, Without Invitation, English
  10. JunB is required for tail elongation and Development of new method for construction of mutant lines., Yoshida H, Nakamura M, Takebayashi-Suzuki K, Suzuki A and Horb ME, Institute Guest Seminar at Gurdon Institute, 2017/10/23, With Invitation, English, Gurdon Institute, UK
  11. The launching of Amphibian Research Center (ARC) at Hiroshima University as the core facility of Xenopus resource in Japan, Hajime Ogino and Atsushi Suzuki, Xenopus Resources and Emerging Technologies (XRET) meeting, 2017/08, With Invitation, English
  12. Establishment of the body plan and tail elongation via integration of morphogen signaling, Atsushi Suzuki, 2017/06, With Invitation, English
  13. Neural specific kinase promotes early neural development in Xenopus embryos, Nusrat Jahan, Regina Putri Virgirinia, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Maya Okada, Hitoshi Yoshida, Hajime Akao, Fatchiyah Fatchiyah, Naoto Ueno and Atsushi Suzuki, 2017/05, Without Invitation, English
  14. Neural specific kinase promotes early neural formation in Xenopus embryos, Regina Putri Virgirinia, Nusrat Jahan, Maya Okada, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Hitoshi Yoshida, Hajime Akao, Fatchiyah Fatchiyah, Naoto Ueno and Atsushi Suzuki, 2017/03/09, Without Invitation, English
  15. Neural specific kinase promotes early neural formation in Xenopus embryos, Regina Putri Virgirinia, Nusrat Jahan, Maya Okada, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Hitoshi Yoshida, Hajime Akao, Fatchiyah Fatchiyah, Naoto Ueno and Atsushi Suzuki, 2016/11, Without Invitation, English
  16. JunB regulates tail formation that requires multiple morphogen signals, Yoshida, H., Takebayashi-Suzuki, K., Suzuki, A., Institute Guest Seminar at National Xenopus Resource (NXR), 2016/11/07, With Invitation, English, Marine Biological Laboratory, Woods Hole, U.S.A.
  17. Resource Centers, Matt Guille, Marko Horb and Atsushi Suzuki, 16th International Xenopus Conference and Xenopus PI meeting, Greece, 2016/09, With Invitation, English
  18. National BioResource Project (NBRP) for Xenopus: recent developments at the Asian hub for the international Xenopus research community, Atsushi Suzuki, Keiko Kashiwagi, Hideki Hanada, Nobuaki Furuno, Ichiro Tazawa, Atsushi Kurabayashi, Keisuke Nakajima, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Takeshi Igawa, Masayuki Sumida, Hitoshi Yoshida, Shigeru Murakami, Kunihiko Oriha, Takako Mido, Mitsuru Masumoto, Kanako Kawaguchi, Akari Miura, and Akihiko Kashiwagi, 16th International Xenopus Conference and Xenopus PI meeting, Greece, 2016/09, Without Invitation, English
  19. A Role of JunB Proto-Oncogene in Tail Formation and Morphogen Signal Integration during Early Xenopus Embryogenesis, Atsushi Suzuki, International Meeting on Aquatic Model Organisms for Human Disease and Toxicology Research, 2016/03/18, Without Invitation, English
  20. National BioResource Project (NBRP) for Xenopus: recent developments at the Asian hub for the international Xenopus research community, Atsushi Suzuki, Xenopus PI meeting 2015, 2015/09/28, With Invitation, English, Marko Horb (Marine Biological Laboratory) Brian Mitchell (Northwestern University) Laura Anne Lowery (Boston College), Woods Hole, USA
  21. National Bio-Resource Project: Xenopus tropicalis, Atsushi Suzuki, The 9th Meeting of Xenopus Community of Japan, 2015/09, With Invitation, Japanese
  22. Molecular mechanism of early developmnet and National Bio-Resource Project: Xenopus tropicalis, Atsushi Suzuki, Une Junior High School, Hyogo, Japan, 2015/08, With Invitation, Japanese
  23. National Bio-Resource Project: Xenopus tropicalis, Atsushi Suzuki, The 48th JSDB meeting, 2015/06, With Invitation, Japanese
  24. Identification of a novel tail organizing factor that integrates morphogen signaling pathways in Xenopus, Hitoshi Yoshida, Maya Okada, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Naoto Ueno and Atsushi Suzuki, 2015/06/04, Without Invitation, Japanese
  25. National Bio-Resource Project: Xenopus tropicalis, Atsushi Suzuki, The 8th Meeting of Xenopus Community of Japan, 2014/11/28, With Invitation, Japanese
  26. National BioResource Project for Xenopus: the Asian hub for the international Xenopus research community, 鈴木 厚, 15th International Xenopus Conference Asilomar Conference Center in Pacific Grove, California., 2014/08, With Invitation, English
  27. International Xenopus Resource Network and Educational Activities at Institute for Amphibian Biology, Atsushi Suzuki, Akihiko Kashiwagi, Keiko Kashiwagi, Hideki Hanada, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Ichiro Tazawa, Nobuaki Furuno, Atsushi Kurabayashi, Satomi Kobayashi, Junko Takenaka, Yuuna Tamaki, Takeshi Igawa, Takeshi Uto, Chiyo Nanba, Ai Watanabe, Hitoshi Yoshida, Aki Shimada, and Masayuki Sumida, International symposium “Frontiers in Amphibian Biology: Endangered Species Conservation and Genome Editing”, 2014/03/27, Without Invitation, English
  28. Establishment of vertebrate body plan via coordinated regulation of dorsal-ventral and anterior-posterior patterning during early Xenopus embryogenesis, Kimiko Takebayashi-Suzuki, Hidenori Konishi and Atsushi Suzuki, International symposium “Frontiers in Amphibian Biology: Endangered Species Conservation and Genome Editing”, 2014/03/27, Without Invitation, English
  29. Molecular mechanisms of frog embryogenesis and its applications to understanding human diseases and advancement of regenerative medicine, Atsushi Suzuki, International Interdisciplinary Studies Seminar (IISS IV), Brawijaya University, Indonesia, 2013/10/25, With Invitation, English
  30. Molecular mechanisms of mesoderm and neural induction and its applications to advancement of regenerative medicine, Atsushi Suzuki, Biology department lecture, Brawijaya University, Indonesia, 2013/10/24, With Invitation, English
  31. National BioResource Project (NBRP) for Xenopus: Asian hub for the international Xenopus research community, Atsushi Suzuki, Xenopus PI meeting, Woods Hole Marine Biological Laboratory, USA, 2013/08, With Invitation, English
  32. Establishment of vertebrate body plan via coordinated regulation of dorsal-ventral and anterior-posterior patterning and developmental canalization, 2013/05/30, Without Invitation, Japanese
  33. The forkhead transcription factor FoxB1 mediates body axis coordination and developmental canalization during early Xenopus embryogenesis, Atsushi Suzuki, MRC National Institute for Medical Research, London, Institute Guest Seminar, 2012/04, With Invitation, English
  34. The Xenopus POU class V transcription factor XOct-25 inhibits ectodermal competence to respond to bone morphogenetic protein-mediated embryonic induction, 11th International Xenopus Conference, 2006/09, With Invitation, English
  35. Interplay between the tumor suppressor p53 and TGF-beta signaling shapes embryonic body axes in Xenopus., Atsushi Suzuki, The HFSP 15th Anniversary- Fourth Awardees Annual Meeting, 2004/05, With Invitation, English
  36. Interplay between the tumor suppressor p53 and TGF-beta signaling shapes embryonic body axes in Xenopus., Atsushi Suzuki, Gordon Research Conference “Developmental Biology”, 2003/06, With Invitation, English
  37. Xenopus embryonic E2F is required for the formation of ventral and posterior cell fates during early embryogenesis., Atsushi Suzuki, 8th International Xenopus Conference, Colorado, USA, 2000/08, With Invitation, English
  38. Embryonic E2F determines posterior fate during early Xenopus embryogenesis., Atsushi Suzuki, 7th International Xenopus Conferenc, Sardena, Italy, 1998/09, With Invitation, English
  39. The role of BMP on dorsoventral patterning of Xenopus embryos., Atsushi Suzuki, Department of Molecular and Cell Biology, University of California, Berkeley, Guest Seminar, 1995/04/17, With Invitation, English
  40. A truncated BMP receptor affects dorsal/ventral patterning in the early Xenopus embryo., Atsushi Suzuki, 5th International Xenopus Conference, Doorwerth, Netherlands, 1994/06, With Invitation, English

External Funds

Acceptance Results of Competitive Funds

  1. KAKENHI(Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (C)), 2017, 2019
  2. 2016, 2018
  3. Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho, MEXT) Scholarship from Indonesia, 2015, 2017
  4. Japanese Government (Monbukagakusho, MEXT) Scholarship from Bangladesh, 2015, 2018
  5. 2015, 2015
  6. 2014, 2014
  7. National BioResource Project, Xenopus tropicalis, 2012, 2016
  8. KAKENHI, Gene expression noise during cell differentiation and its regulation, 2008, 2010
  9. 2004
  10. 2003, 2004
  11. KAKENHI, 2002, 2003
  12. 2002, 2005
  13. KAKENHI, 2001, 2001
  14. 2001
  15. KAKENHI, 2000, 2001
  16. 2000, 2002
  17. KAKENHI, 2013, 2015
  18. 2008
  19. 2007, 2008
  20. 2007, 2008
  21. KAKENHI, Regulatory mechanisms of competence to respond to BMP signaling, 2006, 2007
  22. 2006
  23. KAKENHI, 2004, 2005
  24. KAKENHI, 2004, 2005
  25. KAKENHI, 2004, 2005
  26. 2004, 2005
  27. 2000
  28. 2000, 2001
  29. 2000
  30. 2000
  31. Human Frontier Science Program Long-Term Fellowships, 1996, 1998
  32. 1996
  33. 1995
  34. 1995
  35. 1995
  36. 1995
  37. 1995
  38. 1994, 1996
  39. 1990, 1994

Social Activities

History as Committee Members

  1. Xenbase Xenopus Gene Nomenclature Committee, 2014, 2020
  2. 50th Japan Society of Developmental Biologists Meeting, Chair, 2017
  3. Instructor for Kindai University, 2015/06, 2015/07
  4. Instructor for Kindai University, 2014/06, 2014/07
  5. 14th International Xenopus Conference, France, Poster Award Committee, 2012/09, 2012/09

Organizing Academic Conferences, etc.

  1. 2019/08
  2. 2019/04
  3. 2018/11
  4. 201810
  5. 2018/08
  6. 2018/07
  7. Hiroshima University International Symposium- -Amphibian development, regeneration, evolution and beyond, 2018/03, 2018/03
  8. 2018/03
  9. 2017/10
  10. 2017/08
  11. 2017/08
  12. 2017/05
  13. 2017/03
  14. 2016/11
  15. 2016/10
  16. 2016/08
  17. National Bio-Resource Project: Xenopus tropicalis Workshop, Organizer, 2016/03
  18. Organizer, 2015/08
  19. Organizer, 2015/08
  20. Organizer, 2015/11
  21. National Bio-Resource Project: Xenopus tropicalis Workshop, Organizer, 2015/03
  22. Organizer, 2014/12
  23. Organizer, 2014/10
  24. Organizer, 2014/08
  25. National Bio-Resource Project: Xenopus tropicalis Workshop, Organizer, 2014/03
  26. Xenpopus Workshop for High School Teachers, Organizer, 2013/11
  27. Organizer, 2013/11
  28. Organizer, 2013/08
  29. Organizer, 2013/08
  30. National Bio-Resource Project: Xenopus tropicalis Workshop, Organizer, 2013/03
  31. Organizer, 2011/08
  32. Organizer, 2010/
  33. Organizer, 2009/
  34. 2006/05
  35. 2005/

History as Peer Reviews of Academic Papers

  1. 2018, The International Journal of Developmental Biology, reviewer, 2
  2. 2017, Research Grants Council of Hong Kong, reviewer, 1
  3. 2017, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA, reviewer, 2
  4. 2017, Development, Growth and Differentiation, Others, peer reviewer, 4
  5. 2017, the Journal of Visualized Experiments
  6. 2016, The International Journal of Developmental Biology, peer reviewer
  7. 2016, Gene, Peer Reviewer, 1
  8. 2016, Journal of Mathematical Fundamental Sciences, Peer Reviewer, 1
  9. 2015, The International Journal of Developmental Biology, Peer Reviewer, 2
  10. 2014, The International Journal of Developmental Biology, Peer Reviewer, 2
  11. 2014, Developmental Biology, Peer Reviewer, 3
  12. 2014, PLOS ONE, Peer Reviewer
  13. 2014, Proceedings of the Japan Academy, Peer Reviewer, 2
  14. 2014, Zoological Science, Peer Reviewer
  15. 2013, Genesis, Peer Reviewer, 2
  16. 2013, The International Journal of Developmental Biology, Peer Reviewer, 3
  17. 2013, DNA Research, Peer Reviewer, 2
  18. 2013, Developmental Dynamics, Peer Reviewer
  19. 2013, Development, Growth and Differentiation, Peer Reviewer
  20. 2012, Development, Growth and Differentiation, Peer Reviewer
  21. 2012, DNA Research, Peer Reviewer, 2
  22. 2012, PLOS ONE, Peer Reviewer
  23. 2012, Mechanisms of Development, Peer Reviewer, 2
  24. 2012, Development, Growth and Differentiation, Peer Reviewer
  25. 2011, Development, Growth and Differentiation, Peer Reviewer
  26. 2011, Developmental Biology, Peer Reviewer
  27. 2010, Development, Growth and Differentiation, Peer Reviewer
  28. 2010, The International Journal of Developmental Biology, Peer Reviewer
  29. 2009, Development, Growth and Differentiation, Peer Reviewer