Welcome to bonohulab website. Toward data-driven genome breeding (digital breeding), we are developing data analysis infrastructure technology essential for genome editing, focusing on gene function analysis using bioinformatics called BioDX.
Bonohulab is also known as
- Laboratory of Bio-DX, Genome Editing Innovation Center
- Laboratory of Genome Informatics, Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life
in Hiroshima University. Very limited number of students and postdocs can be accepted currently because there are not enough staffs to teach and space to accomodate. For coming FY2023, no additional members can be accepted as we have many applicants already.
- Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life, Hiroshima University
- Program of Biomedical Science
- Program of Mathematical and Life Sciences
- The Frontier Development Program for Genome Editing
- Department of Biological Science, School of Science, Hiroshima University
- Genome Editing Innovation Center
- Project Professor: Hidemasa Bono, Ph.D
- Assistant Professor, Collaborative Research Division: Kazuki Nakamae, Ph.D
- Postdoctral researcher
- Researcher, Collaborative Research Division
- Saya Ide
- Miyuki Kanda, Ph.D
- Misako Takemoto, Ph.D
- Nagaki Ohnuki
- Graduate Student
- D2: Keisuke Okuhara
- D1: Satomi Asano
- M2: Takayuki Suzuki
- M1: Mitsuo Shintani
- M1: Sora Yonezawa
- Yoko Ono, Ph.D
- Core Technology Development for Bio-Digital Transformation (Bio-DX)
- Development of omics data measurement and analysis technology
- Development of the public data integration workflow for genome editing data analyses
- Development of a pathway design system for the production of useful substances
- Functional Genomics by Bioinformatic Approaches
- Meta-analysis of stressed transcriptomes in the public databases
- Comparative genomic analyses for data-driven genome breeding (digital breeding)
- Database Construction and Utilization in Life Science
- Development of public database utilization technology
- Database development of Functional annotation of the mammalian genome (FANTOM) project
Please take a look at the poster presentation for bonohulab as of March 2023.
Bono, Hidemasa (2023): Genome Informatics Laboratory at Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life, Hiroshima University (March 2023). figshare. Poster.
Please refer Profiles of Faculty and Research Scholars for my activities provided in Hiroshima Univesity website.