Biodiversity and Evolution
Welcome to the Wakeman Lab
Our lab is located at Hokkaido University, on the North Island of Hokkaido, Japan. We are interested in a wide range of topics in the field of biology spanning marine protists, algae, and invertebrate zoology.
Want to study in Japan?
Check here for information regarding graduate fellowships
Check here for information regarding post-grad fellowships (post doctoral fellowships)
Have an interest in this lab?
I am always interested to hear from independently motivated people who would like to join that lab. There are programs available for short-term research students (undergraduate-level), as well as graduate (MSc and PhD) and post grads. Send me an email!
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Lab updates and events
Yong Heng published his first manuscript in the journal Harmful Algae: Click to see the publication!
Wakeman Lab off to sample scallops in Akkeshi, Hokkaido at the Akkeshi Marine Station.
Congratulations to Kanta on finishing his undergraduate degree–was great to have you in the lab!
Phua started an internship at the Okinawa Institute of Science and Technology (with Filip Husnik) — he will be studying an interesting relationship between a dinoflagellate, Sinophysis, and its cyanobacterial symbionts.
Dredging off Sesoko Island
Hoshino and Kanta in Okinawa for some sampling!
Thank you to Sarah Lemer at University of Guam Marine Lab for hosting!
Tel: +81 11 706 7241