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Research assistant professor and two graduate students receive Young Investigator Award from the 19th Annual Scientific Meeting of the ISCP


Yoichi Sunagawa, a research assistant professor, Hidetoshi Suzuki, a third degree of doctoral course student, and Ryoga Sakurai, a first degree of master's course student in the Division of Molecular Medicine (T Morimoto's laboratory), School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, received a Young Investigator Award (YIA) in the 19th Annual Scientific Meeting of the International Society of Cardiovascular Pharmacotherapy.

YIA First Prize
Yoichi Sunagawa
The title of his presentation was "Auraptene, a Coumaric Compounds analogous, Prevented Cardiac Hypertrophy by Activating PPARα After Myocardial Infarction in Rats".

YIA Second Prize
Ryoga Sakurai
The title of his presentation was "Statins Decrease Serum Amyloid A- and Alpha1-Antitrypsin-LDLs, Oxidatively Modified LDLs That Accelerate Atherosclerosis".

YIA Third Prize
Hidetoshi Suzuki
The title of his presentation was "Receptor for Activated Protein Kinase C1 Suppresses Hypertrophic Responses by Inhibition of the Association between p300 and GATA4".

Division of Molecular Medicine Website

Ryoga Sakurai(left) and Hidetoshi Suzuki(right)

Yoichi Sunagawa(second from the left)

12/15/2014