Welcome to Sakamoto Laboratory


               Dr. Takeshi Sakamoto

             Associate Professor 

            287 Physics

            (313) 577-2970

            sakamoto@wayne .edu

 

 

1996 B.S. Physics, Nihon University, Japan

1998 M.S. Physics/Biophysics, Kanazawa University, Japan

2001 Ph.D. Physics/Biophysics, Kanazawa University, Japan

2001 - 2009 Pos-doc National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, NIH, Bethesda, MD; Dr. Jim Sellers Lab


Laboratory NEWS

9 / 6 / 2017____Data / journal meeting was scheduled on Friday 12:30 ~ 13:30 at room 291

7 / 21 / 2017____Light Microscopy Summer program successfully done for two sessions. Total 16 local high school students attended. Thank you for all supportes.

_____________ Session 1 Students _________________________________ Session 2 students

 

7 / 19 / 2017____Efran presents his summer project at Detroit Build Program at McGregor

              

 

 

 

6 / 19 / 2017____2nd LIGHT MICROSCOPY SUMMER COURSE started

5 / 18 / 2017____Update Laboratory member 2017____ also lab's pictures

4 / 15 / 2017____Congratulations Justin for the 2nd place of his poster at Graduate Research day in Physics & Astronomy, WSU

4 / 15 / 2017____Update 2017 3rd LIGHT MICROSCOPY SUMMER COURSE:

1 / 10 / 2017____Congratulations: Yuwen passed the qualifying exam.

5 / 11 / 2016____2nd LIGHT MICROSCOPY SUMMER COURSE:

4 / 14 / 2016_-___Congratulations Prof. Sakamoto for the 2016 Sultana N. Nahar Prize for Distinction in Research in Physics and Astronomy

3 / 3 / 2016__--__Congratulations! Laura's paper was accepted by Biochemistry and now on PubMed

5 / 14 / 2015____Congratulations! Justin passed the qualifying exam

5 / 5 / 2015_____1st Light Miroscopy Summer (LMP) program

4 / 09 / 2015____Justin received "Daniel R. Gustafson" award

              

 

 

 

 

12 / 17 / 2014____Prof. Sakamoto received a NSF Career award ($692k)

<p style="line-height: 100%; margin-top: 0; margin-bottom: 2"><b><font size="5" color="#EA5FF2"><marquee loop="5">1 /2015 <i></i></b></marquee></font></p> <p style="line-height: 100%; margin-top: 0; margin-bottom: 3"><b><font size="5" color="#0D10B1"><marquee scrollamount="5" width="40"><<<</marquee>4/2014, Congraturations! Laura's manuscript was accepted at Nature Scientific reports!<marquee scrollamount="5" direction="right" width="40">>>></marquee></b></font></p>

Research Interests: 2-D / 3-D imaing at nano-meter level, Collective analysis at single molecule level: Single molecule to ensemble work,

cytoskeletal organization: deafness and cancer,

Kinetics and mechanical froce study for heart failure


Professional Experience:

Associate Professor, Wayne State University, 2016 - Current

Assistant Professor, Wayne State University, 2009 - 2015
Research Associate, National, Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute, National Institutes of Health, Bethesda, MD  2001-2009

Current Grant:

NSF Career grant (1/2015 - 12/2019)

Passed Grant:

Career developmental (K99/R00)NIH award , 2009 - 2012