• 2000.01.22


Bill Moran氏:

Bill Moran is currently the Publisher of the Science Family of Journals. In his role, Bill and the publishing team are responsible for content, rights and permissions, licensing, scientific meetings, publishing collaborations, advertising, outreach, Science Careers and all publishing operations.
During his 11 years with AAAS, Bill has been instrumental in broadening the association's international publishing activities and collaborations. He spearheaded the launch of the Beijing office; in addition, he developed an international collaboration program for Science Publishing that encompasses Science Careers outreach. Bill has also worked with the Science editorial team to raise awareness of Science/AAAS within academic institutions in developed and developing countries. Notably, in 2014, Bill collaborated with the Chinese Academy of Sciences to arrange a meeting between former Editor-in-Chief of Science Dr. Marcia McNutt and the Premier of China Li Keqiang. He further established Science Custom Publishing activity a decade ago.
Before taking on the role of Publisher Bill's previous role was Director of Global Collaboration and Custom Publishing. These responsibilities include operations related to the following products: Science, Science Signaling, Science Translational Medicine, Science Immunology and Science Robotics, and outreach. Science Careers was a large part of Bill's responsibility and the task of building awareness for Science Careers as a valuable tool for all researchers regarding career development.
The first ten years of Bill's career were with the Nature Publishing Group. Bill was a senior VP of Nature America based in New York City. While at NPG, Bill developed the strategy and launched the first online job board for NPG, including a founding member of Nature online. Additionally, his responsibilities included working on several new journal launches, Nature jobs, and developing supplements and conferences for NPG.
Before moving to Science/AAAS, Bill was recruited by Informa based in the Boston area to help with their launch into the STM market. While at Informa, Bill was responsible for several new product launches and the acquisition of new journals, including the redesign of online products. He received his bachelor's degree from Baruch College.

Kei Koizumi氏:

Kei Koizumi was most recently Senior Advisor for Science Policy at AAAS, where he worked to establish the AAAS Center for Scientific Evidence in Public Policy (EPI Center) and enhance AAAS's capacity to advocate on behalf of science. He was Assistant Director for Federal R&D at the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy in the Obama Administration. Before that, he was Director of the AAAS R&D Budget and Policy Program. He now lives in Shanghai, China, as a science policy consultant. He currently serves as chair of AAAS Section X, Societal Impacts of Science and Engineering, and is a Fellow of AAAS. He received an MA in International Science and Technology Policy at the George Washington University, where he teaches science policy, and a BA in Economics and Political Science from Boston University. He is from Columbus, Ohio.

Mary Voytek氏:

(Astrobiology)Dr. Voytek's primary scientific interests are biogeochemistry and aquatic microbial ecology; more particularly, environmental controls on microbial transformations of nutrients, xenobiotics, and metals in freshwater and marine systems. She has worked in several extreme environments, including Antarctica, hypersaline lakes, deep-sea hydrothermal vents, and terrestrial deep-subsurface sites. Dr. Voytek is Senior Scientist for Astrobiology at NASA and a professor and the Executive Director of the Earth and Life Science Institute at Tokyo Institute of Technology.

中村匡良氏 Masayoshi Nakamura:

Dr. Masayoshi Nakamura is a designated lecturer in the Institute of Transformative Bio-Molecules (WPI-ITbM), Nagoya University. His research focuses on addressing questions in plant biology using multidisciplinary approaches. His scientific goal is to explain how plants perceive and react against environmental and developmental cues.
He studied genetics and molecular biology of plants and completed his Ph.D. at Nara Institute of Science and Technology. Before moving to Nagoya, as a TOYOBO biotechnology foundation postdoctoral fellow and a Human Frontier Science Program postdoctoral fellow, he advanced cell biological knowledge and skills at Carnegie Institution for Science.

京都大学農学部卒業後、奈良先端科学技術大学院大学バイオサイエンス研究科にて博士前後期課程修了。同博士研究員を経て、2011年より東洋紡百周年記念バイオテクノロジー研究財団、Human Frontier Science Programの助成を受け米国カーネギー研究所にて博士研究員として細胞生物学、顕微鏡技術の習得に励む。2017年に帰国、名古屋大学トランスフォーマティブ生命分子研究所特任講師として、植物が細胞レベルで環境変化にどのように応答するかに興味を持ち研究を行っている。

奥山 輝大 氏 Teruhiro Okuyama:

東京大学 理学部生物学科卒業。東京大学大学院 理学系研究科生物科学専攻にて、博士(理学)を取得。マサチューセッツ工科大学 ピカワー学習記憶研究所博士研究員を経て、2017年より東京大学 定量生命科学研究所 准教授(現職)。社会性を生み出す脳機能を、行動神経科学的アプローチで解析している。趣味は、旅、釣り、日本酒。

Christophe Weber氏:


Christophe Weber is President and Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Ltd. He joined the company in April 2014 as Chief Operating Officer, was named President and Representative Director in June 2014, and was subsequently appointed CEO in April 2015. Mr. Weber has focused on Takeda's R&D transformation, globalization, strengthening its corporate governance and creating a diverse and inclusive working environment. Prior to joining Takeda, he spent 20 years at GlaxoSmithKline (GSK), where he held senior leadership roles in Europe, Asia, and the United States.
He holds a doctorate in pharmacy and pharmacokinetics, as well as master's degrees in pharmaceutical marketing and in accounting and finance and a degree in statistics, from the University of Lyon, France. He lives in Tokyo with his wife Beatrice and has two children.

髙祖 歩美氏:

近年は、国際情報発信に関わる研究や広報の実務に力を入れており、2018年より国際会議Japan Scicom Forum(https://japanscicom.github.io/)の立ち上げにもかかわる。

Ayumi Koso is project assistant professor at the National Institutes for the Humanities in Japan, an umbrella organization of six research institutes and museums, and visiting researcher at the National Bioscience Database Center, Japan Science and Technology Agency. Ayumi is co-organizer of Japan Scicom Forum, a conference that brings together science writers, press officers, science journalists, researchers across Japan who work on English-language science communication. Her primary research areas are institution-level science/research communication in Japan and Asia. She is also interested in the intersection of science and culture, especially how cultural contexts or the language used confine the science or research being communicated. Ayumi received her Ph.D. from the Tokyo Metropolitan University and has worked as a public relations officer at the Japan Science and Technology Agency and the University of Tokyo.