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  KOBAYASHI, Makito
   Professor
   Division of Arts and Sciences, College of Liberal Arts, International Christian University
■ Academic Background
1. 1981/04~1986/03 〔Doctoral course〕, Fisheries, Graduate School, Division of Agricultural Science, The University of Tokyo, Completed, Doctor of Agriculture
2. 1975/04~1981/03 Department of Fisheries, Faculty of Agriculture, The University of Tokyo, Graduated
■ Professional Background
1. 2012/04~2014/03 Major Coordinator, Environmental Studies, International Christian University
2. 2011/04~2011/08 Major Coordinator, Environmental Studies, International Christian University
3. 2008/04~ Department of Life Science, International Christian University/ Professor
4. 2008/04~2011/03 Chair, Dept. of Life Science, International Christian University
5. 2005/04~2008/03 Division of Natural Sciences, International Christian University/ Professor
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■ Present Specialized Fields
Aquatic life science, Animal physiology/Animal behavior (Key Word:gonadotropin,fish,conservation biology,aquaculture,sex behavior) 
■ Books and Articles
1. Book Brain Sex Differentiation in Human (Collaboration) 2016
2. Book Courtship, Sexual Behavior and Sexual Differentiation of the Brain (Collaboration) 2016
3. Book Introduction (Collaboration) 2016
4. Book Reproductive Endocrinology in Fish (Collaboration) 2016
5. Book Sexual plasticity of behavior in goldfish (Collaboration) 2013
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■ Academic Conference Presentation
1. 2016/06/29 Endocrine and olfactory regulation of sexual behavior in goldfish: sexual bipotentiality of the brain of goldfish (8th ISFE)
2. 2016/06/21 Endocrine and olfactory regulation of sexual behavior in goldfish: sexual bipotentiality of the brain of fish (8th AOSCE Congress)
3. 2014/11/27 Sexually bipotential brain of goldfish - regulation of both male and female sexual behaviors (IC-FCEN 2014)
4. 2012/07/30 Sexual plasticity of behavior in goldfish (2nd TACUS Symposium)
5. 2012/03/05 Sexual plasticity of behavior in goldfish (7th AOSCE Congress)
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■ Research Topics, Funded Research, and Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research
1.   reproductive physiology of fish  (Key Word : )
■ E-Mail Addresses
  kyoin_mail
■ Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research Researcher Number
30183809