Ph.D. recipients: 19 students (which includes 8 international students)
Under the Doctoral Program for World-leading Innovative & Smart Education (WISE Program), the Transdisciplinary Program for Biomedical Entrepreneurship and Innovation began.
The BioSystems Building was completed and coordinates with the RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research.
|2013.3-||In cooperation with the National Institute of Information and Communications Technology (NICT), the Center for information and Neural Networks (CiNet) was built.|
|2012.11-||Participated in the Program for Leading Graduate Schools: Humanware Innovation Program|
Participated in the Program for Leading Graduate Schools: Cross-Boundary Innovation Program
Participated in the Program for Leading Graduate Schools: Interdisciplinary Program for Biomedical Sciences (IPBS)
Began collaboration with the Quantitative Biology Center (RIKEN Center for Biosystems Dynamics Research)
|2008-||Participated in the Osaka University Life Science Young Independent Researcher Support Program|
|2007-2012.3||“System Dynamics of Biological Function” was funded by the MEXT Global COE Program.|
|2007.4||Cooperated with the National Institute of Biomedical Innovation
（National Institutes of Biomedical Innovation, Health and Nutrition）
Awarded Ph.D.'s to its first graduating class (19 awarded in total)
The Nanobiology Building was completed.
|2002-2007||“Dynamics of Biological Systems” was funded by the MEXT 21st Century COE Program.|
The Graduate School of Frontier Biosciences (FBS) was established with 55 students enrolling in its first year.