Updated on 2022/06/09


SAEKI Masaomi
Nagoya University Hospital Designated assistant professor
Designated assistant professor

Degree 1

  1. Doctor of Philosophy (Medical Science) ( 2019.3   Nagoya University ) 

Research Areas 1

  1. Life Science / Orthopedics

Research History 1

  1. Nagoya University   Nagoya University Hospital   Designated assistant professor



Papers 6

  1. Postoperative magnetic resonance imaging following lunate resection and vascularized os pisiform transfer in Kienböck's disease.

    Saeki M, Yamamoto M, Tatebe M, Kurimoto S, Yoneda H, Hirata H

    Journal of plastic, reconstructive & aesthetic surgery : JPRAS     2022.4

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    DOI: 10.1016/j.bjps.2022.04.016


  2. FOCUS 新型コロナウイルスのPCR検査車両の開発背景と導入

    佐伯 将臣, 八木 哲也

    検査と技術   Vol. 49 ( 10 ) page: 1136 - 1138   2021.10

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    DOI: 10.11477/mf.1543208503

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  3. Remodeling of Diaphyseal Diameter of Forearm Bone in a Child. Case Report.

    Saeki M, Yamamoto M, Hirata H

    Ortopedia, traumatologia, rehabilitacja   Vol. 21 ( 3 ) page: 213 - 218   2019.6

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    We present a case of remodeling of the diaphyseal diameter of a forearm bone in a child. A 12-year-old boy had a narrow diameter of the radial diaphysis following the removal of a buried plate. The diameter of the radial diaphysis was decreased by half. Osteotomy and internal fixation were performed without graft harvesting from another site of autologous bone. The diameter of radial diaphysis was sufficiently remodeled.

    DOI: 10.5604/01.3001.0013.2936



  4. Upper extremity disability is associated with pain intensity and grip strength in women with bilateral idiopathic carpal tunnel syndrome

    Yoshida Akihito, Kurimoto Shigeru, Iwatsuki Katsuyuki, Saeki Masaomi, Nishizuka Takanobu, Nakano Tomonori, Yoneda Hidemasa, Onishi Tetsurou, Yamamoto Michiro, Tatebe Masahiro, Hirata Hitoshi

    NEUROREHABILITATION   Vol. 44 ( 2 ) page: 199 - 205   2019

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:NeuroRehabilitation  

    BACKGROUND: The upper extremity disability in patients with carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is related to dysfunction due to the median nerve damage. However, there is no report on which dysfunctions affect the upper extremity disability. PURPOSE: This study aimed to investigate which clinical factors influence upper extremity disability in women with CTS. METHODS: We analyzed 60 hands of women with bilateral idiopathic CTS. Upper extremity disability was assessed using Hand10, a validated and self-administered tool. Pain intensity was measured using the Japanese version of the Short- Form McGill Pain Questionnaire (SF-MPQ-J).We performed nerve conduction studies, assessed physical and psychological parameters, and collected demographic data. Physical parameters comprised grip strength, pinch strength, tactile threshold, static 2-point discrimination sensation, and severity of numbness. Psychological parameters include depression, pain anxiety, and distress. RESULTS: The bivariate analysis revealed that Hand10was significantly correlated with age, symptom duration, SF-MPQ-J, grip strength, pain anxiety, and distress. Multiple regression analysis demonstrated that SF-MPQ-J and grip strength were related to Hand10 score. CONCLUSIONS: Pain intensity and grip strength were dysfunctions affecting the upper extremity disability in women with bilateral idiopathic CTS. Rehabilitation approaches for CTS should be considered based on the adaptive activities of the neural networks.

    DOI: 10.3233/NRE-182589

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  5. 整形トピックス ES細胞由来運動神経細胞移植による末梢神経の運動機能再建

    新海 宏明, 丹羽 智史, 佐伯 将臣, 平田 仁, 岡田 洋平

    整形外科   Vol. 69 ( 13 ) page: 1322 - 1322   2018.12

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    DOI: 10.15106/j_seikei69_1322

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  6. Efficacy and safety of novel collagen conduits filled with collagen filaments to treat patients with peripheral nerve injury: A multicenter, controlled, open-label clinical trial

    Saeki Masaomi, Tanaka Kenji, Imatani Junya, Okamoto Hideki, Watanabe Kentaro, Nakamura Toshiyasu, Gotani Hiroyuki, Ohi Hiroyuki, Nakamura Ryogo, Hirata Hitoshi

    INJURY-INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF THE CARE OF THE INJURED   Vol. 49 ( 4 ) page: 766 - 774   2018.4

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    Language:Japanese   Publisher:Injury  

    Introduction: The safety and efficacy of using artificial collagen nerve conduits filled with collagen filaments to treat nerve defects has not been fully studied in humans. We conducted a multicenter, controlled, open-label study to compare the safety and efficacy of artificial nerve conduit grafts with those of autologous nerve grafts. Methods: We included patients with a sensory nerve defect of ≤30 mm, at the level of the wrist or a more distal location, with the first-line surgical methods selected according to a patient's preference. We compared sensory recovery using static two-point discrimination and adverse events between the artificial collagen nerve conduit and autologous nerve grafting. Results: The artificial nerve conduit group included 49 patients, with a mean age of 42 years and nerve defect of 12.6 mm. The autologous nerve graft group included 7 patients, with historical data of an additional 31 patients, with a mean age of 36 years and nerve defect of 18.7 mm. The rate of recovery of sensory function at 12 months was 75% (36/49) for the artificial nerve conduit group and 73.7% (28/38) in the autologous nerve group. No serious adverse events directly associated with use of the artificial nerve conduit were identified. Conclusions: The treatment of nerve defects ≤30 mm using artificial collagen nerve conduits was not inferior to treatment using autologous nerve grafts. Based on our data, the new artificial collagen nerve conduit can provide an alternative to autologous nerve for the treatment of peripheral nerve defects.

    DOI: 10.1016/j.injury.2018.03.011

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Presentations 4

  1. 名古屋大学における Value-based innovationの実現をリードする人材の育成 Invited


    第2回 日本バイオデザイン学会定期学術集会  2022.2.25  一般社団法人 日本バイオデザイン学会

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    Event date: 2022.2

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (nominated)  

    Venue:オンライン開催   Country:Japan  

  2. メディカルイノベーション推進室(MIU)と奥三河メディカルバレー(OMV) Invited


    第1回 日本バイオデザイン学会 学術集会  2021.3.5  一般社団法人 日本バイオデザイン学会

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    Event date: 2021.3

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Symposium, workshop panel (nominated)  

    Venue:Web形式   Country:Japan  

  3. 奥三河メディカルバレー(OMV) Invited


    日本神経学会産官学創薬スクール  2021.1.22  一般社団法人日本神経学会事務局

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    Event date: 2021.1

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Public lecture, seminar, tutorial, course, or other speech  

    Venue:Web形式   Country:Japan  

  4. キーンベック病に対する血管柄付き豆状骨移植の治療成績


    第63回日本手外科学会学術集会  一般財団法人 新潟手の外科研究所

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    Event date: 2020.6 - 2020.8

    Language:Japanese   Presentation type:Oral presentation (general)  


Other research activities 4

  1. 奥三河メディカルバレープロジェクト第8回ミーティング


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    ハイブリッド形式(JPタワー名古屋会場 & Zoomミーティング)を主催した。

    10:00- Introduction
     平田仁(名古屋大学 予防早期医療創成センター/人間拡張・手の外科学 教授)
    10:05- 講演 -名古屋大学における共創の場形成支援プログラムについて-
     長谷川泰久(JST 共創の場形成支援プログラム 東海国立大学機構「FUTUREライフスタイル社会共創拠
     点」代表/名古屋大学大学院工学研究科 マイクロ・ナノ機械理工学専攻 教授)
    Panel1 Designing of diverse & resilient collaboration research space (司会:平田仁、佐伯将臣)
    Keynote lecture
     中川聰 (トライポッド・デザイン株式会社 代表取締役/名古屋大学医学系研究科 客員教授)
     平田仁(名古屋大学 予防早期医療創成センター/人間拡張・手の外科学 教授)
     葛谷雅文 (名古屋大学 地域在宅医療学・老年科学 教授)
     勝野雅央 (名古屋大学 脳神経病態制御学・神経内科学 教授)
    Panel Discussion
    12:10- 門松健治 (名古屋大学 大学院医学系研究科 研究科長)
    12:15- 穂積亮次 (新城市 市長)
    Panel 2 Exploration of synergistic industrial academic collaboration (司会:長谷川泰久、佐伯将臣)
    Keynote lecture
     堤浩幸 (株式会社フィリップス・ジャパン 代表取締役社長)
     今尾有佑 (中部電力株式会社 事業創造本部 地域包括ケアユニット 副長 プロジェクトリーダー)
     藤原武史 (豊田合成株式会社 ライフソリューション事業本部 主監(e-Rubber・ヘルスケア))
     有馬寛 (名古屋大学 糖尿病・内分泌内科学 教授)
    Panel Discussion

    Panel 3 New trends of medical and healthcare technology innovation (司会:平田仁、佐伯将臣)
    Keynote lecture
     内田毅彦 (株式会社 日本医療機器開発機構(JOMDD) 代表取締役)
     中川聰 (トライポッド・デザイン株式会社 代表取締役/名古屋大学医学系研究科 客員教授)
     吹上康代 (名古屋市経済局イノベーション推進部 部長)
     佐伯将臣 (名古屋大学 学術研究・産学官連携推進本部メディカルイノベーション推進室 特任助教)
    Panel Discussion
     15:50- Wrap up 佐宗章弘(名古屋大学副総長/学術研究・産学官連携推進本部長)
    15:55-16:00 Closing remarks 松尾清一 (名古屋大学総長)

  2. 第2回バイオデザイン 入門セミナー in NAGOYA


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    第2回バイオデザイン 入門セミナー in NAGOYAを主催した。

  3. 第2回つくばバイオデザイン体験ワークショップ


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    筑波大学で開催するバイオデザイン ワークショップに講師として参加。

  4. 奥三河メディカルバレープロジェクト第7回ミーティング


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     浅原弘明 (株式会社MICIN 法務部長)
     関根秀真(三菱総合研究所 未来構想センター センター長)
      池野文昭(Stanford Biodesign, program director (U.S.)Japan Biodesign)
     富原早夏(経済産業省 ヘルスケア産業課 医療・福祉機器産業室 室長)
     尾崎紀夫(名古屋大学精神医学・親と子どもの心療学分野 教授)
     大山慎太郎 (名古屋大学医学部附属病院 メディカルITセンター 特任助教)
     曳野洋幸(シスコシステムズ 情報通信産業事業統括 KDDI事業本部 第2営業本部 担当部長) 
     宮木幸一(産業精神保健研究機構 代表理事 / 名古屋大学 客員教授)
     深堀昂(Avatarin株式会社 代表取締役CEO)
    佐藤礼司(株式会社エクサウィザーズ AIプラットフォーム事業部 中部エリア統括/AIコンサルタント)
    長谷川泰久(名古屋大学大学院工学研究科 マイクロ・ナノ機械理工学専攻 教授)
    下田真吾(理研CBS トヨタ連携センター ユニットリーダー)

KAKENHI (Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research) 3

  1. Development of the quantification and early detection technology of hand dexterity disorders

    Grant number:21H03288  2021.4 - 2025.3

    Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research  Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research (B)

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  2. Elucidation of pre-onset signs of low back pain by dynamic load measurement and analysis using static pessure sensing IoT insole

    Grant number:21K17454  2021.4 - 2024.3

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    Authorship:Principal investigator 

    Grant amount:\4550000 ( Direct Cost: \3500000 、 Indirect Cost:\1050000 )

  3. Reconstruction of motor function with human iPS cells and optogenetics and application to diaphragmatic pacing

    Grant number:19K21345  2019.4 - 2020.3


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    Authorship:Principal investigator 

    Grant amount:\2990000 ( Direct Cost: \2300000 、 Indirect Cost:\690000 )

    ChR2 (H134R) was introduced into motor neurons derived from human iPS cells using a lentiviral vector. Using a multi-electrode array, it was confirmed that blue light irradiation induced action potentials in motor neurons to which ChR2 (H134R) was introduced.
    Human iPS cell-derived motoneurons introduced with ChR2 (H134R) were transplanted into a rat sciatic nerve transection model. Histological analysis 12 weeks after transplantation confirmed that engraftment of the transplanted cells and axons derived from the transplanted cells formed neuromuscular junctions in the muscles of rats, and muscle contraction and muscle action potentials were confirmed in approximately half of the animals by electrical stimulation. On the other hand, sufficient muscle action potentials were not observed with light stimulation.


Teaching Experience (On-campus) 1

  1. バイオデザイン