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What's new


Makoto gave a platform talk at the EMBO Workshop: Telomere function and evolution in health and disease!


Yuki's paper has been published in Life Science Alliance!!


Our new collaborative manuscript with Dr. Anthony Cesare's lab @ CMRI is available at bioRxiv:

Diana Romero-Zamora*, Samuel Rogers*, Ronnie Ren Jie Low, Andrew B. Robinson, Scott G. Page, Blake J.E. Lane, Noa Lamm, Fuyuki Ishikawa, Makoto T Hayashi**, Anthony J Cesare**
*Co-first author, **Co-corresponding author
A CPC-shelterin-BTR axis regulates mitotic telomere deprotection.

Group Leader (Chromosome Instabilities Unit, IFOM ETS)/

Visiting Associate Professor (The Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto University)

​Makoto T Hayashi




B. S. March 2004                                      

Department of Biology,            

Faculty of Science,

Osaka University, Japan

M. S. March 2006                                      

Department of Biology,            

Graduate School of Science,

Osaka University, Japan

Dr. Hisao Masukata supervisor

Ph.D. Dec 2008  

Department of Biology,            

Faculty of Science,

Osaka University, Japan

​Dr. Hisao Masukata supervisor

April 2006 - Dec 2008                                      

JSPS Research Fellowship for Young Scientist (DC1)

Jan 2009 - March 2009

​JSPS Postdoctoral Research Fellow (PD)

April 2009 - April 2011

Human Frontier Science Program

​Postdoctoral Long-term Fellowship

May 2011 - April 2013

​JSPS Postdoctoral Fellow for Research Abroad

May 2013 - April 2014

Human Frontier Science Program

​Postdoctoral Long-term Fellowship

April 2009 - March 2015

Postdoctoral Researcher

​Jan Karlseder Laboratory (MCBL-J)

​The Salk Institute for Biological Studies

April 2020 -

Group Leader

IFOM ETS -The AIRC Institute of Molecular Oncology

Visiting Associate Professor

​Kyoto University

April 2015 -

Hakubi Program-specific Assistant Professor

​Kyoto University

The IFOM-KU JRL at Kyoto University is seeking motivated graduate students to join their team in researching aging, chromosomal instability, and tumorigenesis caused by telomere dysfunction. Join us in exploring the exciting world of research together!

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