A review article by Dr. Dhisa and Prof. Suzuki of Osaka University was accepted in the journal ‘Cancer Science’. The article overviews modeling of tumor angiogenesis, introducing newly established original models. Nishiyama helped it from the biological point of view.

Cancer Sci. 2017 Sep 11. doi: 10.1111/cas.13395. [Epub ahead of print]
Study On The Tumor-Induced Angiogenesis Using Mathematical Models.
Suzuki T1, Minerva D1, Nishiyama K2, Koshikawa N3, Chaplain MAJ4.


Nishiyama presented research progress as a poster presentation in Molecular Cardiovascular Metabolic Conference (MCMC). poster


Nishiyama visited Prof. Kim lab in KAIST to proceed a collaborative research regarding in vivo imaging of angiogenesis using mice. I enjoyed all of the events which I joined in. I very very thank for your taking care of me in all the time, Prof. Pilhan, Kibek SoYeon and Jee Myung.
I also visited Prof. Gou Young Koh to discuss about some topics of vascular biology, and very very thank you for giving me a chance to share lunch time with you.


Nishiyama gave an invited talk in The 15th Japana-Korea Joint Symposium on Vascular Biology. The tile of my talk is Reconstruction of the roles of pericyte and blood flow in angiogenesis on chip. I thank the organizes for giving me the chance, and also thank all audience join in my talk. I was happy because we got new possible collators with us there.
The picture shows poster award winner and main organizers.