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Hailong Xin

環境調和創薬化学分野
博士3年

Hailong Xin

(中国)

I am Hailong Xin from Shenyang, the largest city in Northeast China. Now, I am studying as a Ph.D. student in Prof. Takashi Ohshima’s lab. I joined this excellent research group in October, 2016. This is my first time to live in another country, actually, in another city. Because I was born in Shenyang and grew up in the same city all the time. At the beginning, I felt a little bit nervous but more excited. Then my life in Japan started quite smoothly with the help of my professors and our group members. Very luckily, on the recommendation of Prof. Ohshima and Kyushu University, I was financially supported by Otsuka Toshimi Scholarship Foundation from last year, which could help me concentrate on my research without any financial burden. The research topic I am focusing on is about the development of practical and meaningful organic chemistry reactions. Hope after achieving my Ph D degree, I will continue my research life somewhere else. Japan is one of the most advanced countries, where so many young scientific researchers are eager to study. That’s the exact reason brought me here. Additionally, it’s important for us as a foreign student to make balance between research and life during our stay in Japan. Please try to enjoy the science as well as daily life. I actively attend every single party or activity held by our group. The past almost two years are really enjoyable and fruitful. Time flies! My final Ph.D. year is coming. I will keep working hard and treasure every moment in our lab.

Chin-Ling, Hsieh

創薬育薬産学官連携分野
博士1年

Chin-Ling, Hsieh

(台湾)

Hello, I am Chin-Ling, Hsieh from Taiwan. Now, I am studying in docter degree at the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Sciences under the supervision of professor Kenji Hamase. I am investigating the chiral separation of lactic acid and 3-hydroxybutyric acid with the aim of finding new biomarkers for various diseases. It is a great experience for me to study in Kyushu University. I learn not only knowledge of pharmaceutical science but also the experimental skills for doing research. My laboratory members and classmates are very nice to me. Furthermore, in Kyushu University, there are many foreign students from different background. You can expand your friendships with talented people and upgrade your language proficiency both English and Japanese. I really cherish the memories I get here, and I hope more people can experience such an amazing life in Kyushu University.

Lu Chuyuan

分子生物薬学分野
修士1年

Lu Chuyuan

(中国)

Hello everyone, my name is Chuyuan Lu. I come from the province of Guangxi, in the southwest of China. I arrived in Japan nearly two years ago and following my application and posterior acceptance at the Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences I began my life as an International Student. Life as an International Student can be challenging cause there are many common concerns about different culture and lifestyle that one has to overcome. However, for Kyushu’s Graduate School of Pharmacy International Students, this is not the case. I had the privilege to join Professor’s Katayama Tsutomu laboratory of Molecular Biology, the kindness concern of my professors towards me, and the many friends I meat quickly helped me adapt to my new life in Japan. The academic guidance and professional orientation from my teachers encouraged me to foray in the Elucidation of the Initiation Principles of Bacterial Replication as my research study. Being a student at Kyushu's Graduate School of Pharmacy I have acknowledged the most fantastic treasure that a researcher can acquire and that is Scientific Thinking, you will find this within the sharing among your colleagues and study groups as well as alongside all the re-creative activities that you will be involved outside the laboratory doors. If your dream is to become an outstanding Global Researcher and chasing for the academic enlightenment, Kyushu’s Graduate School of Pharmacy is your place to be.