特別講演、シンポジウム、招待講演など(国際)

  1. Michitaka Ozaki “The molecular mechanisms of oxidative stress, cell death and protection in liver/hepatocytes”, Invited Lecture at Dalian Medical University, Dalian, China, 2018/12/7
  2. Michitaka Ozaki, Sanae Haga, Toshiyuki Hamada , Takeaki Ozawa, Yuma Yamada. Spatio-temporal imaging of cell/organ physio-pathology and its clinical application. CIS Workshop 2017 “Innovative Bio-imaging toward Diagnosis and Therapy”, Hokkaido University, Sapporo, 2017/1/27
  3. Michitaka Ozaki, Takeaki Ozawa, Yuma Yamada. Development of a New in vivo Optic Probe for Biological Diagnosis and Therapy. Session Ⅲ “New Technology for Innovative Medicine”, The Uehara Memorial Foundation Symposium 2014 “INNOVATIVE MEDICINE” Basic Research and Development, Tokyo, 2014/6/16
  4. Michitaka Ozaki. Application of an Optic Imaging Techology for Organ Transplantation “移植におけるイメージング技術の応用”, Harvard Medical School – Harvard University, Boston, USA, 2014/3/7
  5. Naoki Morita, Sanae Haga, Takeaki Ozawa, S. J. Remington, Michitaka Ozaki.”Bio-imaging of surgical stress: Dynamic analysis of liver oxidative stress and damage” 17th International Symposium on Bioluminescence and Chemiluminescence(ISBC2012), Canada, 2012/5/28-6/2
  6. Susumu Shibasaki, Kenichiro Yamashita, Yoshiki Yanagawa, Kenji Wakayama,Gentaro Hirokata, Yusuke Tsunetoshi, Masaaki Zaitsu, Rumi Igarashi, Sanae Haga, Michitaka Ozaki and Satoru Todo. The immune-regulatory function of ex-vivo modulated dendritic cells by a novel immunosuppressive agent, NK026680. 14th International Congress of Immunology Kobe, 2010/8/23-8/27
  7. Michitaka Ozaki, Sanae Haga, Takeaki Ozawa,S. James Remington, Naoki Morita,Yoshihiro Ohmiya. Bio-imagimg of Surgical Stress dynamic analysis of liver oxidative stress and damage. Molecular Imaging for Systems Biology, Okazaki, 2009/11/6
  8. Michitaka Ozaki.#1 molecular mechanism of liver injury, protection and regeneration, #2 bio-imaging of molecular functions and tumor by optic probes. Japan-Denmark Joint Workshop on “Molecular Cancer Research, Tokyo, 2009/1/19-20
  9. Michitaka Ozaki. Recent topics in redox-dependent signal regulation in liver. Invited lecture at Department of Cardiology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, 2004/11
  10. Michitaka Ozaki. Novel targets of STAT3 and its clinical application. (Invited lecture) University of Iowa, Iowa city, 2004/5
  11. Michitaka Ozaki. Redox Regulation in Liver Injury. (Invited lecture) International Meeting of the Society of Free Radical Research (SFRR)-Asia, Seoul 2003/11/6-8
  12. Michitaka Ozaki. Prevention of ischemia/reperfusion-induced liver injury by modulating redox sensitive signals. (Invited lecture) International Symposium For Redox Signaling And Stress Diseases (Redox Kyoto 2002), Kyoto 2002/11/8
  13. Michitaka Ozaki. Redox Gene Therapy in Liver Transplantation. (Grand Round Seminar) Pittsburgh University Medical School, Pittsburgh, USA, 2002/4/24.
  14. Michitaka Ozaki. The novel protective mechanism of HGF -redox protection against hypoxia/reoxygenation-induced apoptosis- (Research seminar) Department of Medicine, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, MD, USA, 2001/5/10
  15. Michitaka Ozaki, Kaikobad Irani and Seiichi Suzuki. Adenovirally over-expressed redox factor-1(Ref-1) protects against post-ischemic liver injury by reducing oxidative stress and NF-kB DNA binding activity. (Plenary session) American Society of Transplantation 2001,Chicago, USA, 2001/5/16
  16. Michitaka Ozaki. On the redox signal regulation. (Research Seminar) Department of Molecular Cell Biology, Rockefeller University School of Medicine, NY, USA, 2001/5/18
  17. Michitaka Ozaki. New strategy for preventing ischemia/ reperfusion-induced organ injury and promoting regeneration. – a novel trial for improving transplanted graft function by targeted regulation of cellular signals- (Panel Discussion) The 6th congress of the international society for organ sharing, Nagoya, 2001/7/27
  18. Michitaka Ozaki. New Strategy for Preventing Ischemia/ Reperfusion-Induced Organ Injury and Promoting Regeneration: A Novel Trial for Improving Transplanted Graft Function by Targeted Regulation of Cellular Signals-. (Invited speaker) The 5th International Symposium of Organized Research Combination System “Organ Reconstruction and Transplant Gene-Therapy in 21st Century”,, Tokyo(Otemachi Sankei Plaza), 2001/7/28
  19. Michitaka Ozaki, Shailesh S Deshpande, Piamsook Angkeow, John Bellan, Charles J Lowenstein, Mary C Dinauer, Pascal J Goldschmidt-Clermont, Seiichi Suzuki1 and Kaikobad Irani. Inhibition of the small GTPase, Rac1, protects against post-ischemic liver injury by suppressing generation of intracellular reactive oxygen species and NF-kB binding activity. (Plenary session) American Society of Transplantation General Meeting 2000, Chicago, USA, 2000/5
  20. ZL Sun, K Maemura, N Sakamoto, M Ozaki, GB Bulkley, AS Klein: Immunomodulatory effects of Kupffer cells on antigen stimulated T-lymphocyte proliferation in vitro. (Plenary session) Digestive Disease Week-USA, New Orleans, LA, 1998/5/17