Faculty Members

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Designated Professor
TAKEDA, Masaki

Ph. D, The University of Tokyo, Japan, 2007

Areas of specialization Neuroscience
Laboratory/research office Systems Neuroscience Laboratory
Elucidating the operating principles of the brain is very important for an essential understanding of the human mind. We approach this critical task using several techniques, including functional magnetic resonance imaging (fMRI), which enables the visualization of neuronal activity at the whole-brain level. Using these techniques, we investigate the operating principles of the brain, in regard to various higher cognitive functions, on several time/spatial scales so as to achieve a comprehensive elucidation of the mechanisms of the brain.
Current research topics
Educational background 2001: Master, Osaka Univesity, Japan
1999: Bachelor, International Christian University, Japan
Professional background 2016-2018: , Juntendo University Graduate School of Medicine
2015-2016: , Juntendo University Graduate School of Medicine
2012-2015: , The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Medicine
2007-2012: , The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Medicine
2005-2007: , The University of Tokyo Graduate School of Medicine
Licenses
Academic societies Society for Neuroscience
Organization for Human Brain Mapping

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Courses

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Undergraduate school
Graduate school

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Research activities

Research papers
  1. Authors: Kaho Tsumura, Ryuta Aoki, Masaki Takeda, Kiyoshi Nakahara, Koji Jimura
    Title: Cross-hemispheric complementary prefrontal mechanisms during task switching under perceptual uncertainty.
    Journal: The Journal of Neuroscience, Society for Neuroscience
    Year: 2021
  2. Authors: Daiki Tanaka, Ryuta Aoki, Shinsuke Suzuki, Masaki Takeda, Kiyoshi Nakahara, Koji Jimura
    Title: Self-controlled choice arises from dynamic prefrontal signals that enable future anticipation.
    Journal: The Journal of Neuroscience, Vol. 40, No. 50, pp. 9736-9750, Society for Neuroscience
    Year: 2020
  3. Authors: SETSUIE Rieko, TAMURA Keita, MIYAMOTO Kentaro, WATANABE Takamitsu, TAKEDA Masaki, MIYASHITA Yasushi
    Title: Off-Peak 594-nm Light Surpasses On-Peak 532-nm Light in Silencing Distant ArchT-Expressing Neurons In Vivo.
    Journal: iScience, Vol. 23, No. 7, pp. 101276-101276, Cell Press
    Year: 2020
  4. Authors: TAKEDA Masaki, Hirabayashi T, Adachi Y, Miyashita Y
    Title: Dynamic laminar rerouting of inter-areal mnemonic signal by cognitive operations in primate temporal cortex
    Journal: Nature Communications, Vol. 9, p. 4629, Springer Nature
    Year: 2018
  5. Authors: TAKEDA Masaki
    Title: Brain mechanisms of visual long-term memory retrieval in primates
    Journal: Neuroscience Research, Vol. In press, Elsevier
    Year: 2018
  6. Authors: Tamura K, Takeda M, Setsuie R, Tsubota T, Hirabayashi T, Miyamoto K, Miyashita Y
    Title: Conversion of object identity to object-general semantic value in the primate temporal cortex.
    Journal: Science, Vol. 357, pp. 687-692
    Year: 2017
  7. Authors: Miyamoto K, Osada T, Setsuie R, Takeda M, Tamura K, Adachi Y, Miyashita Y
    Title: Causal neural network of metamemory for retrospection in primates.
    Journal: Science, Vol. 355, pp. 188-193
    Year: 2017
  8. Authors: Nakahara K, Adachi K, Kawasaki K, Matsuo T, Sawahata H, Majima K, Takeda M, Sugiyama S, Nakata R, Iijima A, Tanigawa H, Suzuki T, Kamitani Y, Hasegawa I
    Title: Associative-memory representations emerge as shared spatial patterns of theta activity spanning the primate temporal cortex
    Journal: Nature communications, Vol. 7, p. 11827
    Year: 2016
  9. Authors: Koyano KW, Takeda M, Matsui T, Hirabayashi T, Ohashi Y, Miyashita Y
    Title: Laminar module cascade from layer 5 to 6 implementing cue-to-target conversion for object memory retrieval in the primate temporal cortex
    Journal: Neuron, Vol. 92, pp. 518-529
    Year: 2016
  10. Authors: Takeda M, Koyano KW, Hirabayashi T, Adachi Y, Miyashita Y
    Title: Top-down regulation of laminar circuit via inter-area signal for successful object memory recall in monkey temporal cortex
    Journal: Neuron, Vol. 86, pp. 840-852
    Year: 2015
Keynote lectures
  1. , 2019/10/26
Invited lectures
  1. , 2020/09/14
  2. , 2019/08/19
  3. Multi-scale neuronal circuits for visual memory, Technical Committee on Human Information Processing , Kochi, 2019/03/09
  4. , 2018/09/13

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Social activities

Published books
  1. Physics of the Mind and Brain Disorders: Integrated Neural Circuits Supporting the Emergence of Mind, Springer, 2017, ISBN 978-3-319-296
  2. Brain imaging using PET, Academic press, 2002, ISBN 978-012636651

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