Human Biology Microbiome
Quantum Research Center
“WPI-Bio2Q Kickoff Symposium”, the first symposium at the Keio University Human Biology-Microbiome-Quantum Research Center (Bio2Q) is held online.
This website is launched
Information on open positions is announced
WPI grant is received
We are currently recruiting for the following positions:
Director: Kenya Honda
Kenya Honda has innovated microbiome analysis by integrating germ-free animal models, anaerobic bacterial culture, and metagenomic studies and has made seminal contributions to elucidating the role of the microbiome in inflammatory diseases and cancer. The Bio2Q center will collect data on how multiple organs and the microbiome interact in disease, development, and aging, and it will use artificial intelligence and quantum computing to develop a new life science that will help us better understand human health.
Integrating human biology, microbiome research, and quantum computing to explore the foundations of healthy longevity.
Bio2Q will develop novel research techniques to understand the interactions between multiple organs and the microbiome, and develop methods to apply quantum computing to human biology. Our mission is to forge a new interdisciplinary research area that elucidates the regulatory mechanisms sustaining human health. In the long term, we will develop new prophylactic/therapeutic approaches to promote healthy longevity.
- Bio 1 Core
- Bio 2 Core
- Q Core
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Tokyo 160-8582 Japan