Name of United Graduate School of Agricultural Sciences:Tottori University
Assigned university:Shimane university
Specialized field:Application of Raman spectroscopy on medical and biological field
Research Theme:Imaging cell wall dynamics during fission yeast sporulation process
Obtained (planned) degree/date:Doctor of Philosophy, Ph.D (Agriculture)  SeptSeptember 2022


Raman spectroscopy is a spectral based molecular vibrational spectroscopy that can detect the molecular fingerprint. Imaging distribution and detection of molecular structure in the living condition, Raman spectroscopy is a prominent tools couples with different analytical methods such as multivariate and univariate analysis.
Fission yeast is a model organism that uses various purpose of biological and medical applications. In my research I am employing a fundamental method based on Raman spectroscopy to determine fission yeast cell wall components during sporulation processes. Yeast cell wall consist of different kind of polysaccharide mainly ⍺ and β contain. Cell walls are considered the primarily drug target side to discovery anti-fungal drugs.
In the traditional way including fractions methods can not separate cell all and spore wall, therefore we employed Raman spectroscopy and couple with multivariate analysis to determine cell all dynamics during sporulation process.
I would like to get a job or position where I will be able to implement my research knowledge and education practices.

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