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College of Life Sciences  /
Department of Applied Chemistry

 (Female)
 TOMOMI   KOSHIYAMA  Associate Professor

■Graduate school/University/other
03/2002  Nagoya university  School of Science  Department of Chemistry  Graduated
03/2004  Nagoya University Graduate School of Science  Department of Chemistry  物質理学専攻  Doctoral course first term (Master's)  Completed
10/2007  Nagoya University Graduate School of Science  Department of Chemistry  物質理学専攻  Doctoral course second term (Doctoral)  Completed
■Academic degrees
Doctor of Science (10/2007 Nagoya University)  
■Career history
11/01/2007-07/31/2008  Research Center for Materials Science, Nagoya University, Postdoctoral Researcher
08/01/2008-11/30/2010  Institute for Integrated Cell-Material Sciences, Kyoto University, Postdoctoral Researcher
12/01/2010-03/31/2018  Department of Chemistry, Faculty of Science, Kyushu University, Assistant Professor
04/01/2018-  Department of Applied Chemistry, College of Life Sciences, Ritsumeikan University, Associate Professor
■Academic society memberships
The Chemical Society of Japan  
Japan Society of Coordination Chemistry  
Division of Biofunctional Chemistry, The Chemical Society of Japan  
The Society of Polymer Science, Japan  
Division of Colloid and Surface Chemistry, The Chemical Society of Japan  
■Subject of research
Design and Construction of Chemical Reaction Spaces using Biomolecules
■Research summary
Design and Construction of Chemical Reaction Spaces using Biomolecules

 Hierarchical integration of various functional components, such as cofactors and enzymes, is achieved using biomembrane and protein assemblies in nature, leading to coupling of different chemical reactions. Artificially creating such multifunctional reaction systems is one of the most considerable topics in current chemistry. Although various chemical reactors consisting of polymers and proteins have been studied, it is still difficult to construct reaction systems in which different chemical reactions occur simultaneously. We focus on liposome, which is an artificially-prepared spherical vesicle composed of a lipid bilayer of phospholipids, as a chemical reaction space. It is expected that different functional molecules co-exist in or on one liposome hierarchically, because a liposome provides four different regions, namely - hydrophilic inner water phase, hydrophobic lipid bilayer, and inner and outer surfaces. To construct novel functional composites, we integrated metal complexes (e.g., catalyst, photoreceptor, luminant, electron mediator, and molecular storage and separator) into the liposome space site-specifically.
■Research keywords
Liposome, Lipid domain, Biomembrane, Metal Complex, Nanoparticle, Catalytic reaction, Photoreaction 
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Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (KAKENHI)
Link to Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research -KAKENHI-

Competitive grants, etc. (exc. KAKENHI)
膜ドメイン構造を利用したヤヌス型光触媒の開発  泉科学技術振興財団  10/2017  09/2018  Main representative
脂質カプセルへの多孔性配位高分子内包による水中機能性ハイブリッド吸着材料の創製  向科学技術振興財団研究助成  2015
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■Research keywords(on a multiple-choice system)
Inorganic chemistry
Bio-related chemistry