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List by affiliation(Faculty of Life and Environmental Sciences)

NameAffiliationsort descendingOfficial titleResearch fields - keywords
Tokunou YoshihideFaculty of Life and Environmental SciencesAssistant Professor - Microbial electrochemistry, Applied microbiology, Physical chemistry, Microbial control, Electro-active bacteria, Bioifilm, Redox, Electron transfer
Toyofuku MasanoriFaculty of Life and Environmental SciencesAssociate Professor - 微生物間相互作用, バイオフィルム, メンブランベシクル
Tsuda MaiFaculty of Life and Environmental SciencesAssistant ProfessorScience in genetics and breeding - ゲノム編集
Tsuda YoshiakiFaculty of Life and Environmental SciencesAssociate Professor - Population Genetics, Molecular Ecology, Conservation Biology, Forest Sciences, Mountain Sciences
Tsujimura MakiFaculty of Life and Environmental SciencesProfessorGeography, Meteorology/Physical oceanography/Hydrology, Environmental dynamic analysis - Groundwater flow system, tracer hydrology, Age dating of groundwater, Groundwater resource governnance, isotope hydrology, Rainfall-runoff processes, hydrological cycle in watershed
Tsumura YoshihikoFaculty of Life and Environmental SciencesProfessorForest science - Genetic diversity, Molecular Ecology, Conservation, Genome, Molecular Breeding, Tropical forests, Conifier
Tsunogae ToshiakiFaculty of Life and Environmental SciencesProfessorPetrology/Mineralogy/Economic geology, Geology, Geochemistry/Cosmochemistry - metamorphic rock, granulite, crustal evolution, Precambrian, fluid inclusion, Gondwana
Tsuruta FuminoriFaculty of Life and Environmental SciencesAssistant ProfessorNeurophysiology / General neuroscience, Molecular biology - microglia, astrocyte, developmental disorder, neuroinflammation, synapse
Tsutsumi JunFaculty of Life and Environmental SciencesProfessory Human geography, Area studies - Urban Geography, Australian Studies, Geographic Information System
Uchida TaroFaculty of Life and Environmental SciencesAssociate ProfessorForest science - Sediment disiasteres, HIllslope hydrology, SABO, Debris flow