Professor Masaaki Murakami


Affiliation: Molecular Neuroimmunology Institute for Genetic Medicine

Group Leader, Quantum Immunology Group, Quantum Life Research Institute, Quantum Technology Research and Development Organization

Professor, Department of Molecular Neuroimmunology, National Institute for Physiological Sciences, National Institutes of Natural Sciences

Visiting Professor, Osaka University Immunology Frontier Research Center


Specialty: Medicine, Immunology, Experimental Pathology

After graduating from the Hokkaido University School of Veterinary Medicine, he conducted research on IL-6 at the Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine and received a degree. Afterwards, he conducted research on T cells at Hokkaido University, the National Jewish Medical Research Center in Denver, and the University of Colorado, before returning to Osaka University and discovering the IL-6 amplifier and gateway reflex.


Dr. Murakami's research is introduced in the interview, ``Aiming for a healthy and long-lived society through technology to 'diagnose and nip disease in the bud.''

Professor Murakami's research is also introduced in ``A video lecture by a Hokkaido University faculty member, ``Understanding and fixing the mechanism of inflammation induction using the power of quantum and nerves!''. *Move to Yume Navi.