(Last updated : 2020-08-19 11:43:49)
  Miyata Mariko
   Department   School of Medicine, School of Medicine  Department of Physiology, Division of Neurophysiology
   Position   Professor and Chairperson
■ Books
1. Single work  Corticotropin-Releasing Factor (CRF) induces persistent depression of parallel fiber to Purkinje cell synaptic transmission., Slow synaptic responses and modulation 2000/04
2. Chapter contribution  Endogenous corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) is required for induction cerebellar long-term depression., Frontiers of Mechanisms of Memory and Dementia 2000/04
3. Chapter contribution  Corticotropin-releasing factor (CRF) and its role in the central nervous system., Regulatory and their Cognate Receptor 1999
■ Published papers
1. Original article  Accelerated outgrowth in cross-facial nerve grafts wrapped with adipose-derived stem-cell (ADSC) sheets 2020/08
2. Original article  Tonic GABAergic inhibition is essential for nerve injury-induced afferent remodeling in the somatosensory thalamus and ectopic sensations 2020/06/23
3. Original article  Prevention of denervated muscle atrophy with accelerated nerve‐regeneration by babysitter procedure in rat facial nerve paralysis model 2020/03/31
4. Original article  Oligodendrocyte dysfunction due to Chd8 mutation gives rise to behavioral deficits in mice 2020/03
5. Original article  Layer-specific sensory processing impairment in the primary somatosensory cortex after motor cortex infarction 2020/02/28 Link
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■ Academic conference presentation
1. Microglia in the brainstem promote peripheral nerve injury-induced circuit reorganization in the thalamus  2020/09/10
2. Brainstem microglia are critical for peripheral nerve injury-induce reorganization of thalamic circuits  2020/07/29
3. Microglia mediate peripheral nerve injury-induced plasticity to the thalamus  2020/03/19
4. Role of the right frontal orienting field in visuospatial attention  2020/03/19
5. team-Based Learning(TBL)for Education of Physiology  2020/03/19
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■ Research areas
Neurophysiology / Generalneuroscience, Basic / Social brain science, General physiology, Pain science (Key Word:Neurophysiology, Neuroscience) 
■ Education
1. 1991/04~1995/03 〔Doctoral course〕 Physiology I (Neurophysiology), Graduate School of Medical Science, Tokyo Women's Medical University, Completed, MD. Ph D.