Molecular Bioinformatics(National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology)

Research Staff

  • Professor Kentaro TOMII

    Kentaro TOMII

  • Professor Kentaro KAWATA

    Associate Professor
    Kentaro KAWATA

Research Areas

Omics-driven drug repositioning and repurposing

Bioinformatics tool integration for workflow analysis

Biological molecule structural analysis from electron microscopy images

A domain specific language for molecular model scripting animations

Key Features

  • Graduate students' individual research projects and collaboration studies in bioinformatics areas are hosted at laboratories in the National Institute of Advanced Industrial Science and Technology (AIST).
  • Experiencing a wide variety of research methods and techniques, and working with researchers from both biology and informatics fields.
  • Various software systems for bioinformatics research projects developed in AIST in the last decade demonstrate the computational studies required for future problem solving.

Other Topics

  • Software development for modern high performance computing
  • Applications of haptic user interface devices for molecular modeling