Faculty of Science, Chiba University
Associate ProfessorNo two individuals share the exact same facial features, and similarly, no two individuals possess identical patterns of thought. This diversity and individual variations also exist in organisms other than humans.
My research focuses on understanding the process by which these individual differences are shaped during the evolutionary time scale. Additionally, I aim to explore the functional significance of individual variations within groups of organisms.
Recent Topics of Interest: I have keen interests not only in elucidating the functions of diversity from a biological point of view, but also in applying the “power” of diversity to the fields of industry, agriculture, and engineering.
Motto in Research or in Life: Cherishing my “unique perspective on things,” firmly believing in it, and confronting various events and phenomena. Additionally, embracing a balanced sense of self-doubt.
Hobby / Holiday: Spending time with my children