Our Mission

Composed of leading scientists in pacific countries, located at the University of Tokyo in Japan, and supported by JSPS Core-to-Core Program and White Rock Foundation, Serendipity Lab focuses on the development of serendipity-enabling methods and applications centered around the Image-Activated Cell Sorting technology with the goal of revolutionizing biology and medicine. An additional theme covered by the lab is the deveolopment of high-throughput, high-content, or high-dimensional technologies (e.g., fluorescence microscopy, Raman spectroscopy, mass spectrometry, microfluidics, deep learning) for a novel class of cytometric applications. Another important function of the lab is to produce next-generation global leaders by providing students and young scientists with interdisciplinary research opportunities in a globally competitive environment.

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Coordinators

Leading scientists in pacific countries

Keisuke Goda

Chief Coordinator, Japan
Professor, Univ. of Tokyo
Adjunct Professor, Wuhan Univ.

Weihua Li

Coordinator, Australia
Professor, Univ. of Wollongong

Dino Di Carlo

Coordinator, USA
Professor, UCLA

Tae Hyun Yoon

Coordinator, South Korea
Professor, Hanyang Univ.

Robert Campbell

Coordinator, Canada
Professor, Univ. of Alberta
Professor, Univ. of Tokyo

Cheng Lei

Coordinator, China
Professor, Wuhan Univ.

Takuya Nishigaki

Coordinator, Mexico
Professor, UNAM

Chia Wei Sun

Coordinator, Republic of China
Professor, NCTU

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