Yamada Research Grant (Fiscal Year 2009)

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Research Theme Name Institutional Affiliation
Clinical study on therapeutic effect of bee larvae for Meniere’s disease Mitsuhiro Aoki Gifu University
Prevention of gastric cancer by propolis through microRNA regulation Hajime Isomoto Nagasaki University
Effects of intake of honey on antioxidant in vivo system. Tomomi Imamura Mukogawa Women's University
Antithrombotic properties of propolis. Naoki Ohkura Teikyo University
Relation between CO2 balance and environmental factors in a colony of honeybee, apis mellifera Mizue Ohashi University of Hyogo
Fundamental research on DNA repair effects of apicultural products Tomoo Ogi Nagasaki University
Analysis in neuroprotective effect of propolis Hiroaki Kanouchi Kagoshima University
  Study on the antiangiogenic and anti-inflammatory effects of bee propolis for oral therapy Michiyo Kobayashi Health Sciences University of Hokkaido
In vivo assessment of antioxidative ability of royal jelly using skin aging model mice. Takahiko Shimizu Tokyo Metropolitan Geriatric Hospital and Institute of Gerontology
Effect of royal jelly on women with secondary amenorrhea. Yoshihiko Shimizu Shiga university of medical science
Impact of royal jelly on the recovery of erectile function in non-obese type 2 diabetic rat Johanna L. Hannan Medical College of Georgia, Augusta GA, USA
Studies on the mechanisms of drug resisrance in the Japanese Varroa mite and attempts at selective breeding of Varroa mite resistance lines in honeybee Junichi Takahashi Kyoto University
Inhibitory effects of honeybee-products on inflammatory Th17 cells. Souichi Tanabe Hiroshima University
Analysis of the protective effect on age-related macular degeneration by propolis and its components. Kazuhiro Tsuruma Gifu Pharmaceutical University
The effects of bee materials on oral fluid and salivary stress biomarker level Tetsuzi Nakamoto Kyushu Dental College
Effects of honey on intestinal flora Syo Haneda Tohoku University
Evaluation of the effect of honeybee products on the prevention of colorectal cancer progression via genetic instability Takao Hinoi Hiroshima University
The antioxidant effect of honey on circadian clock. Jun Hirayama Tokyo Medical and Dental University
Study on occurrence and synthetic ability of sialic acids in honey bee and its products Akiko Huzita Nagoya University
Development of PPARs agonist from natural products generated by honeybee. Nobuyasu Matsuura Okayama University of Science
Exploration of primate M-cell-targeted mucosal adjuvants. Shogo Misumi Kumamoto University
Studies on the effect of combination usage of royal jelly and phytochemicals on prevention of life-style related diseases. Tatsuya Moriyama Kinki University
Propolis prevents oral mucositis in chemoradiotherapy Koichi Yamauchi Kyorin University
Survey of queen determining genes. Mikio Yoshiyama National Agriculture and Food Reseach Organization
National Institute of Livestock and Grassland Science

Research Theme (field of Colony Collapse Disorder, CCD)

Research Theme Name Institutional Affiliation
Investigation on the parasitic cause of death in honey bees Yoshihiro Onishi Osaka Prefecture University
Evaluation and measurements of neonicotinoid pesticides effects upon honey bees in the field Hideo Kakuta Plant Ecochemicals Research Center
Development of prevention against major pathogens causing honey bee diseases in Japan  Tatsuhiko Kadowaki Nagoya University
The possibility that recent neuroactive insecticides may disturb honey bee homing and circadian oscillation Makio Takeda Kobe University
A bee-affecting virus associated with colony collapse disorder could be silenced by RNA interference technology Satoru Matsuda Nara Women's University
Factual survey on the occurrence of CCD and its relevance to agricultural chemicals Toshiro Yamada Kanazawa University
Survey of genes responsible for colony stress as CCD markers Mikio Yoshiyama National Agriculture and Food Reseach Organization
National Institute of Livestock and Grassland Science
Metagenomic analysis of organisms potentially related to Honeybee CCD using next-generation sequencing Todd Taylor RIKEN