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Mayumi Nishi

 
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NameMayumi Nishi
e-mailnmayuminaramed-u.ac.jp
URLhttp://www.naramed-u.ac.jp/~1ana/
AffiliationNara Medical University
SectionFaculty of Medicine / School of Medicine, First Department of Anatomy
Job titleProfessor
DegreeMD、PhD(Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine)
Research funding number40295639

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Biographical Sketch
Mayumi Nishi M.D., Ph.D.

・1980: B.P. from Kyoto University Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science
・1991: M.D. from Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine, Internship and Residency
at Department of Anesthesiology, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
・1997: Ph.D. from Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
・1994-1996: Visiting Scientist, Department of Biology and Center for Neural
Science, New York University at New York (c/o Professor Efrain C.
Amities)
・1997-1998: Assistant Professor, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Kyoto
Prefectural University of Medicine
・1998-2005: Lecturer, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Kyoto
Prefectural University of Medicine
・2005-2009: Associate Professor, Department of Anatomy and Neurobiology, Kyoto
Prefectural University of Medicine
・2009-: Professor, Department of Anatomy and Cell Biology, Nara Medical University

1999: Best Imaging Award, Japan Bioimaging Society
2017: Prize from academic society, Japan Society of Histochemistry and
Cytochemistry

My major research interest is neuroendocrinology of stress and emotion. Our research is aimed at understanding the mechanisms by which environmental factors interact with the genome to influence brain development and to produce diverse forms of neural plasticity over the lifetime.

Research Interests

 
neuroscience , neuroanatomy & neuropathology , neuroendocrinology , endocrinology\stress response , hypothalamus , steroid receptor , bioimaging , Neural mechanism of child abuse

Research Areas

 
  • Neuroscience / Nerve anatomy/Neuropathology / Nerve Anatomy and Neuropathology
  • Basic medicine / General anatomy (including histology/embryology) / General Anatomy(includes Histology/Embryology)
  • Neuroscience / Neurophysiology/General neuroscience / Neuroendocrinology

Academic & Professional Experience

 
May 1991
 - 
Mar 1992
Resident, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
 
Apr 1997
 - 
May 1998
Assistant Professor, 医学部・医学科, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
 
Jun 1998
 - 
Mar 2005
Lecturer, 医学部・医学科, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
 
Apr 2005
 - 
Mar 2007
Associate Professor, 医学部・医学科, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
 
Apr 2007
 - 
Jul 2009
Associate Professor, 医学部・医学科, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
 

Awards & Honors

 
Sep 2017
Japan Society of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry Award, Japan Society of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry Award (Takamatsu Award)
 
Oct 1999
日本バイオイメージング学会 ベストイメージング賞
 

Published Papers

 
A newly defined area of the mouse anterior hypothalamus involved in septohypothalamic circuit : Perifornical Area of the Anterior Hypothalamus.
Horii-Hayashi N, Nishi M*
Acta Histochem Cytochem   51 1-8   Feb 2018   [Refereed][Invited]
Effects of early life adverse experiments on the brain: implications from maternal separation
Nishi M*, Sasagawa T, Horii-Hayashi N
Nihon Yakurigaku Zasshi   149 72-72   2017   [Refereed]
Insights from extracellular matrix studies in the hypothalamus: structural variations of perineuronal nets and discovering a new perifornical area of the anterior hypothalamus
Horii-Hayashi N*, Sasagawa T, Namikawa T, Nishi M
Anatomical Science International   92 18-24   2017   [Refereed]
Long-term effects of maternal separation on reward seeking and dopamine D1 receptor expression via DNA methylation in female mice
Sasagawa T, Horii-Hayashi N, Okuda A, Hashimoto T, Azuma C, Nishi M*
Neurosci Lett   641 33-39   Jan 2017   [Refereed]
Nishikawa K, Furube E, Morita-Takemura S, Horii-Hayashi N, Nishi M, Miyata S
J Neuroendocrinol   29(2)    2017   [Refereed]
Detection of Nitric Oxide Induced by Angiotensin II Receptor Type 1 Using Soluble Guanylate Cyclase beta1 Subunit Fused to a Yellow Fluorescent Protein, Venus
Tsuji Y, Ozawa K*, Komatsubara T, Zhao J, Nishi M, Yoshizumi M
J Fluoresc   27 399-405   2017   [Refereed]
Okuda A*, Horii-Hayashi N, Sasagawa T, Shimizu T, Shigematsu H, Iwata E, Morimoto Y, Masuda K, Koizumi M, Akahane M, Nishi M, Tanaka Y
J Neurosurgery Spine   26(3) 388-399   2017
Ishiwari, F, Hasebe H, Matsumura S, Hajjaj F, Horii-Hayashi N, Nishi M, Someya T, Fukushima T*
Scientific Report   6 24275   Jun 2016   [Refereed]
A new area of the mouse anterior hypothalamus involved in septohypothalamic circuit.
Horii-Hayashi N, Sasagawa T, Nishi M*
Interdisciplinary Information Science   21 243-251   2015   [Refereed]
Horii-Hayashi N, Sasagawa T. Matsunaga W, Nishi M*
Neural plasticity   256389   2015   [Refereed]
A newly identified mouse hypothalamic area having bidirectional neural connections with the lateral septum: the perifornical area of the anterior hypothalamus rich in chondroitin sulfate proteoglycans.
Horii-Hayashi N, Sasagawa T, Hashimoto T, Kaneko T, Takeuchi K, Nishi M*.
Eur J Neurosci   42 2322-2334   2015   [Refereed]
Differences in elements between intact and disrupted human ligamenta capitum femorum.
Shinohara Y, Kumai T, Higashiyama I, Tanaka Y, Takakura Y, Nishi M, Azuma C, Minami T, Tohno Y
Biol Trace Elem Res   160 161-168   2014   [Refereed]
Distribution of corticosteroid receptors in mature oligodendrocytes and oligodendrocyte progenitors of the adult mouse brain.
Matsusue Y, Horii-Hayashi N, Kirita T, Nishi M*
J Histochem Cytochem   62 211-226   2014   [Refereed]
Imaging of corticosteroid receptors in live cells.
Methods Mol Biol   1204 205-218   2014   [Refereed]
Nishi M*, Horii-Hayashi N, Sasagawa T.
Frontiers in Neuroscience      2014   [Refereed]
Developmental changes in desensitization of c-Fos expression induced by repeated maternal separation in pre-weaned mice.
Horii-Hayashi N, Sasagawa T, Matsunaga W, Matsusue Y, Azuma C, Nishi M*
J Neuroendocrinol   25 158-167   2013   [Refereed]
Effects of early life stress on brain activity: Implications from maternal separation in rodents
Nishi M*, Horii-Hayashi N, Sasagawa T, Matsunaga W
General and Comparative Endocrinol   181 306-309   2013   [Refereed]
Rapid signaling of steroid hormones in the vertebrate nervous system: a comparative insight from fish to mammals.
Sakamoto H, Takahashi H, Matsuda K-I, Nishi M, Takanami K, Ogoshi M, Sakamoto T, Kawata M
Front Biosci.   17 996-1019   2012   [Refereed]
Imaging of corticosteroid receptors in live cells.
Nishi M
Methods in Enzymology   505 347-361   2012   [Refereed]

Books etc

 
PTSD- Brain mechanisms and clinical implications
Kawata M, Nishi M, Matsuda K, Sakamoto H, Cui H, Yoshii T
Springer, Tokyo   2006   
Development and Steroid Hormone Action
Kawata M, Nishi M, Matsuda K, Ogawa H, Ochiai I, Yoshida M
CRC PRESS LLC, USA   2001   
Molecular Steroidgenesis
Kawata M, Nishi M, Yoshida M, Ogawa H, Matsuda K, Ito T, Morimoto M, Ozawa H
Universal Academy Press Inc.Tokyo, Japan   2000   
Management of Pain a World Perspective
Maegawa Y, Hosokawa T, Itoh T, Nisihi M, Yaegashi K, Morimoto T, Tanaka Y
S. Erdine. Bolonga   1998   

Conference Activities & Talks

 
視床下部新規領域PeFAHのUrocortin3/Enkephalin共発現ニューロンの機能.
堀井謹子、西真弓
第123回日本解剖学会総会•全国学術集会   Mar 2018   
ストレスの神経科学:コルチコステロイド受容体のリアルタイムイメージングから幼少期ストレスの研究まで.
西真弓.
第59回日本組織細胞化学会総会・学術集会   Sep 2017   
Effects of early life adverse experiences on the brain: Implications from maternal separation in rodents.
Mayumi Nishi
3rd IBRO-APRC Advanced School of Neuroscience 2016.   Nov 2016   
幼少期ストレスが嗜好性食餌に対する欲求行動へ与える影響について.
笹川誉世、堀井謹子、並河知宏、西真弓
第43回日本神経内分泌学会学術集会   Oct 2016   
ペリニューロナルネット研究から見えてきた臨界期の時空間パターンと視床下部細胞外マトリクスの多様性.
堀井謹子、笹川誉世、並河知宏、西真弓
第57回日本組織細胞化学会総会・学術集会   Sep 2016   

Association Memberships

 
日本解剖学会 , 日本神経内分泌学会 , 日本神経科学会 , 日本組織細胞化学会 , 日本細胞生物学会 , 北米神経科学会

Education

 
Apr 1976
 - 
Mar 1980
Faculty of Pharmaceutical Science, Kyoto University
 
Apr 1985
 - 
Mar 1991
Faculty of Medicine, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine
 
Apr 1993
 - 
Mar 1997
外科学, Graduate School, Division of Medicine, Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine