Ryuta Kawashima

  • Brain function development research field
  • Applied brain science research field(Smart Aging International Cooperative Reserch Center)
  • The cognitive function development contribution study section
  • Communication
  • Empathy
  • Inter-brain coherence
  • Ultra-compact NIRS

Researchers in our department have a variety of backgrounds including medicine, science, life science, engineering, pharmacy, linguistics, pedagogy, psychology, and the arts, and work energetically on a wide range of studies of brain science, from brain dynamics research, which is designed to determine the metabolism and circulation of brain cells in small animals, to functional brain imaging research, which creates images of the working of the mind, to social technology study, which applies the findings of these studies to educational and welfare fields.
We hope that many motivated students and researchers will join our team.