• Message to Nepal
    Message to Nepal

    We ToMMo are deeply shocked and saddened to hear the tragic loss of lives and injuries caused by the earthquake that struck Nepal as well as its surrounding neighbors, and extend our sincerest condolences to the victims of this disaster and to those bereaved and affected.

    We wish a speedy recovery to those injured by this calamity.

    “8 rules to prevent communicable disease” / “8 Tips for Mental Health Promotion after Disaster” available in Nepali

  • ToMMo at BMB2015
    ToMMo at BMB2015

    ToMMo will exhibit at BMB2015 held in Kobe, from December 1 to 4, 2015. Our booth #1222 (Kobe Int’l Exhibition Hall No.1Bldg. 1F) will be open from December 1-3, 2015. Please stop by our booth.

  • [New article]

    Interview with Dr. Yamamoto “3/11, Disaster Medicine, & ToMMo: Perspectives from the Executive Director Part 3”, as a part of the Interview series “Post 3/11: Interview Based Narration of Japan’s Progress”, now online.

  • The 66th In Silico Seminar
    The 66th In Silico Seminar

    December 8 (Tuesday) 5:00 pm‐6:30 pm
    at Small Conference Room 2
    Genetic Relationship of Human

    “Nanopore Sequencing for Genotyping Pathogens of Tropical Diseases – Bioinformatics Challenges”
    Dr. Wojciech Makalowski (Institute of Bioinformatics, University of Muenster)

  • [News]

    On November 12th, Case Western Reserve University President Barbara Snyder, and Prof. Mark Chance, who is Vice Dean for Research at the School of Medicine of Case Western Reserve University, visited ToMMo.

  • [News] Reports on WCDRR

    Reports on the WCDRR Public Forum (March 15th, 2015, Sendai) and Exhibition was updated.

  • [News] 50,000 participants

    On Wednesday, Nov. 4th, 2015, ToMMo reaches its target of recruiting 50,000 people participating in the Tohoku Medical Megabank Project Community-Based Cohort Study in Miyagi Prefecture.

  • [News]

    Professor Junnichi Sugawara led the U.S. Study Tour organized by the TOMODACHI J&J Disaster Nursing Training Program

  • [Press Release]

    Psychological Consequences Remain Profound Among Coastal Communities Devastated by the Great East Japan Earthquake

  • [Press Release]

    “Rare variant discovery by deep whole-genome sequencing of 1,070 Japanese individuals” now published in Nature Communications.

  • Children's picture books were donated

    Children’s picture books have been donated to ToMMo by Professor Noboru Hiroi of Albert Einstein College of Medicine, New York, U.S.A.

  • "jMorp"

    “Japanese Multi Omics Reference Panel (jMorp)” integrated database is now publicly available online.

  • Japonica Array

    Japonica Array: Improved genotype imputation by designing a population-specific SNP array with 1,070 Japanese individuals.

  • ToMMo Child Health Study
    ToMMo Child Health Study

    A paper about ToMMo Child Health Study was published in The Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine (TJEM)

  • [Partial Release] Database

    Partial Release of Data from Tohoku Medical Megabank Project’s Whole Genome Reference Panel –ToMMo to enable website search of SNP frequencies with allele frequencies > 5% –