Keisuke Nagao

Keisuke Nagao

Graduate Student

Department of Materials Science and Engineering

Keisuke joined the Bioelectronics group in November 2020. He completed B.S./M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering at the University of Tokyo. After completing B.S./M.S., Keisuke worked in the private sector as a research engineer for 5 years. His previous research was on inorganic functional materials such as sodium-ion battery electrodes. In his current research, Keisuke is co-advised by Polina in the Bioelectronics Lab and Robert J. Macfarlane in the Macfarlane Lab. His research focuses on utilizing viral molecules to guide magnetic nanoparticles to the organ/tissue of interest. Outside the lab, Keisuke enjoys coffee, photography, and time with his family.

Interests

  • Magnetic Nanoparticles
  • Surface Chemistry
  • Neural Modulation

Education

  • M.S. in Materials Science and Engineering, 2015

    The University of Tokyo

  • B.S. in Materials Science and Engineering, 2013

    The University of Tokyo