Dr Onami’s talk about the global sharing of bioimaging data at MBSJ2022 is now available for the public.
Check it up at multimedia.
A contribution by Drs Kyoda and Onami on the current status and prospects on bioimaging database has been published in a magazine,
Posters and lightning talks from Onami lab at the Symposium of Database Togo (Integration) 2022 hosted by JST- NBDC are now open for public.
Dr Onami’s talk on the establishment of a global data sharing system for bio-imaging data will be available soon.
Please check out
multimedia or the Symposium of Database Togo (Integration) 2022 website.
We are currently seeking a part-time admin staff for the SSBD database team. If you are interested, please get in touch with us.
Other positions, such as research scientists, are also open.
job opportunities to get more details.
We look forward to you joining our laboratory!
SANKEN, Osaka University released a promotional video of the trans-scale-scope AMATERAS. Our collaborative research with the SSBD is also introduced in the video. (At around 3:00)
Our research scientist, Dr Soya Shinkai published a new paper in the Bioinformatics.
Our team leader Dr Shuichi Onami is giving a lecture titled “BioImaging database” at the
AJACS online 12 on August 25, hosted by JST-NBDC.
This workshop is aimed to educate how to use databases and tools in life sciences as well as introduce activities for databases integration.
AJACS online 12
Date and Time: August 25, 2022 13:30~15:50 Venue: Online Meeting URL will be announced to participants. Fees: Free Host: Japan Science and Technology Agency (JST) Registration required at the workshop website.
For more details, please go to the
AJCS online 12 website (in Japanese only):
We look forward you to joining the workshop!
Drs. Soya Shinkai and Shuichi Onami together with Shiori Iida (SOKENDAl) and Prof. Kazuhiro Maeshima (NIG) et. al. have investigated the local movements of chromatin in living human cells using super-resolution fluorescence microscopy.
Learn more about the study on
Press Release from the National Institute of Genetics. Reference
Iida S., Shinkai, S., Itoh, Y., Tamura, S., Kanemaki, M. T., Onami, S., Maeshima, K. (2022). Single-nucleosome imaging reveals steady-state motion of interphase chromatin in living human cells. Sci. Adv.
A contribution by Dr Onami, “Development of data format standards and data sharing systems for bioimaging” has been published in a magazine,