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Prof. Masashi Emoto
Prof. Masashi Emoto
Department of Laboratory Sciences
Laboratory of Immunology
Graduate School of Health Sciences (Faculty of Medicine)
Gunma University

He is now a professor of Gunma University Graduate School of Health Sciences in Japan. He got the professorship in 1993 and his main research theme is NKT cells and intestinal intraepithelial T lymhocytes. Before coming back to Japan, he has worked at Max Planck Institute for Infection Biology in Berlin, Germany as a higher ranking senior scientist for approx. 10 years with Prof. Dr. Stefan H. E. Kaufman, who was a president of International Union of Immunological societies, and published many articles in prestigious journals with high impact factor. Although he is an associate editor in this journal, he also serves as editors in more than 40 journals including Editor-in-Chiefs. He has concentrated on identification of new natural ligand(s) for invariant NKT cells and nowadays he has succeeded to determine their chemical structures. In addition, he has recently found new T cell populations in the gut. Thus, he is a leading scientist in the field of NKT cells and intestinal intraepithelial T lymphocytes.

Research Interest

NKT cells, Liver Immunology, Intestinal Intraepithelial Lymphocytes, Immune Responses During Intracellular Bacterial Infection, Aging and Immune Responses, Cancer therapy, Mucosal Immunology