Winners of JSPP Award

2016

Kazuki SAITO (Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Chiba University)

Title Plant metabolomics and phytochemical genomics
2015

Yasunori MACHIDA (Division of Biological Science, Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University)

TitleMechanism of cytokinesis of plant cells
2013

Mikio NISHIMURA (Department of Cell Biology, National Institute of Basic Biology (NIBB))
Ikuko HARA-NISHIMURA (Graduate School of Science, Kyoto University)

TitleOrganelle Differentiation in Plants
2012

Ken-ichiro SHIMAZAKI (Faculty of Science, Kyushu University)

TitleStudies on plant responses to blue light ─ Stomatal responses and phototropins
2011

Hiroo FUKUDA (Graduate School of Science, University of Tokyo)

TitleA regulation network in plant vascular development
2010

Kiyotaka OKADA (National Instutute for Basic Biology (NIBB))

TitleMolecular genetic analysis of development processes of plant organs using Arabidopsis as model plant
2009

Kazuo SHINOZAKI (RIKEN Plant Science Center)
kazuko YAMAGUCHI-SHINOZAKI (Graduate School of Agricurtural and Life Sciences, The Univ. of Tokyo)

TitleGene Discovery Involved in Abiotic Stress Responses and Its Application to Development of Stress Tolerant Plants
2008

Satoshi TABATA (Kazusa DNA Research Institute)

TitleGenome Analysis of Plant and Plant-related Microbes
2007

Takao KONDO (Graduate School of Science, Nagoya University)

TitleCircadiam oscillator of cyanobacteria
2006

Masamitsu WADA (National Instutute for Basic Biology (NIBB))

TitlePhotoreceptors and the Mechanism of Movement of Chloroplast Photorelocation Movement
2005

Tsuneyoshi KUROIWA (College of Science, Rikkyo University)

TitleNew development from the discovery of dividing apparatus of mitochondria and plastids to organelle biology- on the complete sequence of 3 genomes in the red alga Cyanidioschzon merolae (Schyzon) as a construction basis of the eukaryotic cell-
2004

Masahiro SUGIURA (Graduate School of Natural Sciences, Nagoya City University)

TitleMechanisms of Plant Gene Expression via Developing In vitro Systems