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Trusted met with two Nobel-Prize winners: Prof. Tamotsu Yoshimori and Prof. Ohsumi Yoshinori

During my trip to Osaka, Trusted had the honor to meet with Tamotsu Yoshimori-sensei, Professor at Department of Genetics, Graduate School of Medicine / Laboratory of Intracellular Membrane Dynamics, Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences at Osaka University.

Prof. Yoshimori and Prof. Ohsumi (who won #Nobel prize for his work) had previously performed research together at the National Institute for Basic Biology in Okazaki, Aichi.

(Autophagy is the body’s way of cleaning out damaged cells in order to regenerate newer, healthier cells.)

You can read the details here if interested:

Fariza is personally interested in the #innovation of #longevity field and asked so many questions to understand well, what is #autophagy, how it works, and what needs to be done to increase the “health life span” of people, what want kind of cross border and cross-industry collaboration is needed in order to accelerate innovation, so that we can cure #dementia, #Alzheimer, #diabetes and so many diseases with their research work.

Through her work, she could meet so many great minds, #innovators, companies with great #technologies and resources who are working hard every day to change our life for the better.

We, Trusted, are trying to connect them with each other and raise awareness of their work, so that we can #innovate in a greater scale and speed #globally.

Thank you, prof. Yoshimori for your time and the knowledge you shared.

If you are interested in his work and want to connect with him, please feel free to reach out.


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