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CV of Tsuyoshi Setogawa, Ph.D., Postdoctoral Fellow

Curriculum Vitae
DECEMBER 2016

Personal and contact information
Name: Tsuyoshi Setogawa
Date of Birth: May 4, 1982
Gender: Male
Nationality: Japan
Affiliation: National Institute of Mental Health
National Institutes of Health
Office Address: Bldg 49, Rm 6A56
National Institutes of Health
9000 Rockville Pike, Bethesda, Maryland 20892, USA
Office Phone: +1-301-443-7319
E-mail: tsuyoshi.setogawa@nih.gov
setogawa@kansei.tsukuba.ac.jp
setogawa0504@gmail.com

Degree
B.S. Engineering Kagoshima University 2009
M.Sc. Neuroscience University of Tsukuba 2011
Ph.D. Neuroscience University of Tsukuba 2014

Education
2001 - 2009 Department of Bioengineering, Faculty of Engineering Kagoshima University
2009 - 2014 Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences
University of Tsukuba

Jobs
2009/12 - 2011/3
Teaching Assistant
Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences
University of Tsukuba

2010/4 - 2012/3
Part‐time instructor
Tsukuba Gakuen Nursing School

2011/8 - 2014/3
Teaching Fellow
Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences
University of Tsukuba

2012/4 - 2014/3
Research Fellow
Japan Society for the Promotion of Science

2014/4 - 2016/3
Postdoctoral Researcher
Faculty of Medicine
University of Tsukuba

2016/4 - present
Visiting Fellow
National Institute of Mental Health
National Institutes of Health

Professional Societies
The Japan Neuroscience Society (2009 -)
The Physiological Society of Japan (2009 - 2016)
Society for Neuroscience (2011 -)

Honors and Awards
2011 Award for the Most Excellent Thesis
Department of Kansei, Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences
University of Tsukuba

2011 The SfN Special Travel Award
The Japan Neuroscience Society

2014 The Excellent Degree Dissertation Award
Department of Kansei, Behavioral and Brain Sciences
Graduate School of Comprehensive Human Sciences
University of Tsukuba

Presentations in international conferences                      
1. Setogawa T., Mizuhiki T., Inaba K. & Shidara M.
The behavioral performance of the rhesus monkey during reward schedule task with and without decision-making.
Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, USA, November, 2010
2. Setogawa T.
Self-choice increases the outcome value in reward schedule task.
The 2nd Leading Graduate Schools International Conference, Tsukuba, Japan, November, 2011
3. Setogawa T., Mizuhiki T., Inaba K. & Shidara M.
Comparison of monkeys’ behavioral performances in reward schedule task with and without decision-making by temporal discounting model of reward value.
Society for Neuroscience, Washington DC, USA, November, 2011
4. Inaba K., Mizuhiki T., Setogawa T., Toda K. & Shidara M.
Neurons in monkey dorsal raphe nucleus showed activity related to unreward/reward expectancy and acquisition, and reward uncertainty in the reward schedule task.
Society for Neuroscience, Washington DC, USA, November, 2011
5. Setogawa T., Mizuhiki T., Inaba K., Akizawa F., Matsumoto N. & Shidara M.
Single neuronal activity in the rhesus monkey orbitofrontal cortex related to reward value processing during the decision-making schedule task.
Society for Neuroscience, New Orleans, USA, October, 2012
6. Setogawa T.
Single neuronal activity in the monkey orbitofrontal cortex during the decision-making schedule task.
Tsukuba Global Science Week 2012, Tsukuba, Japan, November, 2012
7. Setogawa T.
Reward value coding in the monkey orbitofrontal cortex.
Tsukuba Global Science Week 2013, Tsukuba, Japan, October, 2013
8. Setogawa T., Mizuhiki T., Akizawa F., Matsumoto N. & Shidara M.
Neuronal activity in the monkey orbitofrontal cortex related to reward value processing during a decision-making schedule task.
Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, USA, November, 2013
9. Setogawa T., Mizuhiki T., Akizawa F., Kuboki R., Matsumoto N. & Shidara M.
Single neuronal activity in the monkey orbitofrontal cortex related to reward value processing during decision-making.
Society for Neuroscience, Washington DC, USA, November, 2014
10. Setogawa T., Mizuhiki T., Akizawa F., Kuboki R., Ricmond BJ., Matsumoto N.
& Shidara M.
Representation of reward value by single unit in the monkey orbitofrontal cortex during decision-making.
Society for Neuroscience, Chicago, USA, October, 2015
11. Setogawa T., Mizuhiki T., Akizawa F., Kuboki R., Ricmond BJ., Matsumoto N.
& Shidara M.
The role of the monkey orbitofrontal cortex during value-based decision-making.
Society for Neuroscience, San Diego, USA, November, 2016

Articles                       
1. Mizuhiki T., Inaba K., Setogawa T., Toda K., Ozaki S. & Shidara M.
The influence of passband limitation on the waveform of extracellular action potential.
Neuroscience Research, 72, 214-220. (2012)
2. Inaba K., Mizuhiki T., Setogawa T., Toda K., Richmond BJ. & Shidara M.
Neurons in Monkey Dorsal Raphe Nucleus Code Beginning and Progress of Step-by-Step Schedule, Reward Expectation, and Amount of Reward Outcome in the Reward Schedule Task.
Journal of Neruroscience, 33, 3477-3491. (2013)
3. Setogawa T., Mizuhiki T., Matsumoto N., Akizawa F. & Shidara M.
Self-choice enhances value in reward-seeking in primates.
Neuroscience Research, 80, 45-54. (2014)