Nowadays, one of two people experiences cancer diseases in life. Long-term cure of the diseases is still challenging even with current medical cares. In Kondoh laboratory, we have brought advanced biotechnologies in cancer research field to develop innovative therapeutic strategies.
Tetsuya Kadonosono / Assistant Professor (Tenure Track)
E-mail：tetsuyak at bio.titech.ac.jp
We are trying to develop efficient drugs and imaging probes targeting malignant tumor cells. Currently our major studies are as follows. 1. Development of highly effective peptide-based drugs. 2. Drug screening toward dormant cancer cells.
My name DIEM. I come from Viet Nam, a tropical country. I am really excited to start life and study in Japan. Now I have to try hard to reach my goal-figure out a new gene related to metastasis in cancer by gaining new knowledge. I’d like to travel around the world and have own recycled book store.
Hello there! My name is Kyra. I come from the Philippines. I am interested in the manipulation of proteins for therapeutic use. In my free time, I enjoy eating (especially sweets!), watching TV series, and reading fiction novels.
Hello, My name is Wang Qiannan, from China. I am interested in cancer and now mainly focus on the therapy of dormant cancer cell. I really enjoy my life here and hope gradually develop to the person I really want to be. In my spare time, I prefer to go out to get close to nature.
Hi there! My name is Clyde and I’m from the Philippines. My research interest is looking for the roles and impact of stromal cells in tumor microenvironment. I hope this knowledge can aid drug development. My hobbies include playing badminton and exploring Japan.
Hey, I am Shymmaa Khatab, from Egypt. I am interested in doing research about peptides for cancer treatment. I like deep and inspiring talks, learning new languages to understand other cultures and mindsets.