Naho KONOIKE M.D., Ph.D
28-31 July, 2021
We presented our research in the 44th Annual Meeting of the Japan Neuroscience Society The 1st CJK International Meeting (Kobe city)
“Comparison of non-invasive, scalp-recorded auditory steady-state responses in common marmosets, rhesus monkeys, and humans” Naho Konoike, Haruhiko Iwaoki, Miki Miwa, Honami Sakata, Kosuke Itoh, Katsuki Nakamura
“Ipsi- and contralateral frontal inputs of the forelimb area of macaque primary motor cortex” Shigehiro Miyachi, Narumi Katsuyama, Naho Konoike, Haruhiko Iwaoki
5 May, 2021
My interview article was published in VERDURE, which is a annual magazine by students in Departoment of Biological Science, Sri Venkateswara College, University of Delhi (India). I talked with Aparna Pillai, a editor-in-chief and our talk published as a article, “Sneak-peek into a life of neuroscientist”.
26 April, 2021
A collaboration work with Dr. Itoh (Niigata University) was published in a international journal.
Kosuke Itoh, Haruhiko Iwaoki, Naho Konoike, Hironaka Igarashi, Katsuki Nakamura, “Noninvasive scalp recording of the middle latency responses and cortical auditory evoked potentials in the alert common marmoset“, Hearing Research 405, 108229, 2021.
21 March, 2021
Our research plan was adopted by a trans-border program consisting of interdisciplinary, international, and interpersonal areas; SPIRITS : Supporting Program for Interaction-based Initiative Team Studies）.
I will promote a international collaboration research with Dr. Adam Williamson (France), Dr. Balazs Hangya (Hungary), and Dr. Lyle Muller (Canada) to reveal a brain mechanism of neuronal modulation using a new device.
I am interested in the brain mechanisms and regulations of emotion and mood.
Current researches focus on the primate emotional circuits for producing appropriate behaviors.
Neural substrates for emotion
Auditory processing in primates
Rhythm perception and production
konoike.naho.8x [a] kyoto-u.ac.jp