Tohoku University

Department of Biomedical Engineering, Graduate School of Biomedical Engineering
Department of Electrical Engineering, Graduate School of Engineering

Welcome to

Yabukami & Kuwahata Lab.

News & Topics


Research concept

Magnetic technology in biomedical engineering; The application of biomagnetism to elucidate biological activity, cancer treatment, and detection of viruses/bacteria.

High-Frequency Carrier-Type Thin Film Magnetic Sensor

Virus & Bacteria detection by utilizing magnetic fields

Magnetic hyperthermia for cancer treatments

Quantum magnetic sensing for biomedical applications

Permeability measurements over GHz range


We present our research to people around the world through conference presentations and papers.
Attending and presenting at academic conferences is a good experience.
Proceeding with a goal in mind will improve your motivation.
Go to previous achievement


Research project, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research, Center of Inovation program, etc.


Faculty and Students


The members of our laboratory are enjoying their research activities while working hard to improve each other.


Contact & Access

We welcome you to visit our laboratory at any time, so please feel free to contact us.
We also welcome any other questions you may have.
Other university students, technical college students, and international students are also welcome, so please feel free to contact us.

Yabukami & Kuwahata Lab.


2nd Bldg., Electrical, Information and Physics Engineering,
6-6-05 Aramaki-aza-Aoba, Aoba-ku, Sendai 980-8579, Japan

Tel & Email

  • Yabukami professor’s office: room 309
    Tel: +81-22-795-7058
    Email: shin.yabukami.e7[at] 
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  • Kuwahata associate professor’s office: room 306
    Tel: +81-22-795-7060
    Email: akihiro.kuwahata.b1[at]
  • Please change [at] to @.

Access from Sendai-station

5 min. walk from Aobayama-station (Subway Tozai line)

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