Yohko Hatada (Ph.D Oxford)

Founder & Director
EMLS RI Ltd. (Evolution of Mind Life Society Research Institute)

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Summary
List of current works

Chronological resume
Present and Past Work
Education
Awards
International Partnerships
Project Summaries

Publications and activities
(I) Policy related activities and Publications
(I). 1: Publications
(I). 2: Talks /Workshops
(I). 3: Book
(I). 4: Media engagement

(II) Academic works
(II). 1: Original research papers in peer reviewed journals
(II). 2: Invited Individual Talks and Workshops
(II). 3: Books


Summary

Dr. Yohko Hatada is an evolutionist who established EMLS RI to implement a better future society by all global citizens with symbiotic functions through two ways:

  1. Understanding of fundamental multi-disciplinary researches;
  2. Suggesting for implementing functions as global institutions / mechanisms / policy frameworks / regulation / standards / certificates in the real society.
1. Understanding: Dr. Hatada researched and published interdisciplinary academic research in
  • Evolutionary Behavioural Population Ecology (M.Sc.: Durham U., UK)
  • Evolutionary Developmental Neuroscience (Ph.D: Oxford U., UK)
  • Cognitive Neuroscience and Neuropsychology, Neural Correlates of Consciousness (Research fellow: Columbia U. USA; UCL, UK; INSERM, France)
  • Vajrayana Buddhism (Ordained by the 41st His Holiness Sakya Trizin, Tibetan Buddhism)
  • Political Economy, Patent Law, Trade, Law (Ministry of Economy Trade Industry, Japan; Keio U., Japan)
2. Suggesting for implementation: Dr. Hatada proposed
  • Party Manifesto for Japanese Political Parties (DPJ, Japan; LDP, Japan)
  • AI and Media Reform (DPJ, Japan; LDP, Japan)
  • Liquid Democratic system for Musashino City (Tokyo, Japan)
  • Capacitating disabled people economically by institutional support for own works (Kagoshima, Japan)
  • Democratic Electoral Processes in Digital Era (EuroDIG, WSIS)
  • Calling Rights supported by enabling state system (UNESCO)
  • Safe and Secure Investigative Journalism System (UN)
  • Ethical Standard for Algorithmic Governance (IEEE)
  • AI Transparency and Accountability Regulation Policy Framework (EP).

3. EMLS RI: In 2013, Dr. Hatada combined her understanding and expertise into the services of the Evolution of Mind Life Society Research Institute that was founded by her.
EMLS RI researches for better future global society evolution. It proposes policies, institutions and mechanisms for governments, organizations and individuals. It helps to support secure global future AI governance.

Four Research Pillars of EMLS RI:
  1. E HDS: Evolvability of Humanity, Democracy and Symbiosis increase as civilization develops.
  2. All individuals hold unique Calling: to pursue throughout life as life-work. Each of us lives own Calling to realise own World Vision (the Vision beyond own interest, the meaning of the interest in the World) of E HDS, which deepens peaceful authenticity and bears genuine responsibility to lead the world from conflicts to a co-operative order.
  3. Global governance must secure international citizens / organizations / civilization to thrive with accountable institution frameworks and collaborative efforts to build/ evolve global civilization.
  4. The above three perspectives can align when the individual understanding deepens and connects to the self. Then the individual can consciously feel peaceful fulfilment from within, and the individual internal drive can flow out to develop the functions of the outer world ecosystem with less conflict.

List of current works

Policy advisor for National Parliaments of Japan, UK, EU.

Contributor/Speaker/Panelist at IGF, WSIS High Level Presenter, World Government SummitGlobal Governance of AI Roundtable (GGAR), EuroDIG, OECD Forum, UNCTADIEEE ethical standards, ECPAIS (IEEE Ethics certification Program for Autonomous and Intelligent System, Council on Extended Intelligence (CXI, MIT and IEEE), Just Net Coalition, Chatham House Cyber Security.


CHRONOLOGICAL RESUME

Present and Past Work

2013 – present Founder and Director of EMLS RI Ltd
2012 – 2014 Research Fellow, Dept. of Psychology, University of Birmingham, UK
2010 – present Registered Japanese National Parliaments policy secretary for both Diets
2002 – 2010 Research Fellow on International collaborative research programme (INSERM/UCL/U. Kyoto/NTU/U. of Sheffield)
2001 – 2002 Scientific Expert Examiner, Biotechnology section, Japanese Patent Office, Ministry of Economy,Traded and Industry, Japan
1995 – 2000 Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Dept. of Pharmacology, Centre for Neurobiology and Behaviour, Columbia University, NY, USA
1994 – 1995 Post-doctoral Research Fellow, Dept. Genetics, Columbia University, NY, USA
1984 – 1988 Researcher, Clinical Psychology Dept., Keio University, Tokyo, Japan
1980 – 1984 Lecturer, Evolution Theory, Human Evolution, Kamimura Nursing College, Kagoshima, Japan

Education

1996 – 2018 Ordained Vajrayana Buddhist by
His Holiness the 41st Sakya Trizin, Kayabgon Gongma Trichen Rinpoche, and
His Holiness the 42nd Sakya Trizin, Ratna Vajra Rinpoche
1996 Piano Performance, Composition, Music Theory; Julliard Music School, New York, US
1990 – 1995 Ph.D. (D.Phil), Physiology, Anatomy and Genetics Dept., University of Oxford, UK
1989 – 1990 Extracurricular studies on Developmental Pain Neurophysiology, Dept. of Developmental Biology, UCL (University College London), UK
1988 – 1989 M.Sc., Evolutionary Behavioural Population Ecology, Dept. of Biological and Biomedical Sciences, University of Durham, UK

Awards

2013 UnLtd Social Enterprise Award, EMSL RI, UK
2010 Certificate for policy secretary for both Diets of Japanese Parliament (House of Representatives and House of Councillors)
2007 National Taiwan University fellowship from National Science Council, Taiwan
2003 – 2004 INSERM fellowship for researchers, France
1995 – 2000 Research fellowship, Columbia University, USA
1991 – 1994 Wellcome Trust Prize fellowship, University of Oxford, UK

International Partnerships

2019 – Present ECPAIS (IEEE Ethics Certification Program for Autonomous and Intelligent System)
2018 – 2019 European Parliament Research Services, Science Technology Options Assessment for “A governance framework for algorithmic accountability and transparency”, with University of Nottingham, AI Now institute, University of Oxford and Purdue University
2017 – Present IEEE P7003 Standard for Algorithmic Bias Considerations working group. Leading the two teams on “Conception and Conceptualization of project” and “Psychological and Cultural dimensions of bias”
2011 – 2012 Japanese Anti-Nuclear Energy Campaign with ex PM Kan Naoto, ICAN USA and USA Senator Dennis Kucinich
2002 – 2010 Research collaboration (Japan, France, UK, China) to study the mechanisms of spatial and temporal coding in human action and perception

 


PROJECT SUMMARIES

2019 – Present ECPAIS (IEEE Ethics Certification Program for Autonomous and Intelligent System)

  • The goal of ECPAIS is to create specifications for certification and marking processes that advance transparency, accountability and reduction in algorithmic bias in Autonomous and Intelligent Systems (A/IS).
  • The three areas for which ECPAIS is developing criteria and processes for a Certification / mark are: Transparency in A/IS; Accountability in A/IS and Algorithmic Bias in A/IS.
  • Hatada contributes all the three expert working groups: Certification for Transparency, Accountability and Algorithmic Bias.
2018 – 2019 European Parliament Research Services, Science Technology Options Assessment for “A governance framework for algorithmic accountability and transparency”.

  • Report on policy options for governance of algorithmic systems based on review of
    current state of the art, focusing on algorithmic impact on democratic processes and human wellbeing.
  • Four policy options are proposed to address:
    1. awareness raising;
    2. accountability in public sector use;
    3. regulatory oversight;
    4. and global coordination for algorithmic governance
2017 – present IEEE P7003 Standard for Algorithmic Bias Considerations working group

  • This standards project working group is part of the IEEE Global Initiative on Ethics for Autonomous and Intelligent System.
  • Dr. Hatada leads two sections: “Conception and Conceptualization of project”, “Psychology and Culture”.
2015 – present Alternative Global Future Society. Needs for Paradigm-shift to E HDS: Evolvability of Humanity, Democracy & Symbiosis of life-nonlife-information

  • Individual identity develops through living own Calling in Life-Work with own World Vision.
  • Society should guarantee a political environment where each individual and all global citizens flourish to their fullest potential.  Each individual agency and sovereign society must constructively enhance each other through / in the global political economic financial monetary legal functions and institutions.
  • Research proposing alternative global future society and the paths towards them.
2013– present The importance of finding and living true life and its societal condition for “Calling Right”

  • The importance of “Calling”, searched and defined true connection to the self which gives authentic peaceful fulfilling confidence of integrity within the self and makes one want to contribute to the world with own passionate talent. Calling is the guide for life-long individual development with desire to live own true life, contribute and create the world by own World Vision of a better world.
  • Development of programmes to help individuals and global society using based on academic expertise of evolution, development, adaptation; cognitive computational neuroscience, neuroscientific consciousness studies, ecology, system sciences; Buddhism self-science, metaphysics and practice system; music anthropology; political / cultural understanding through working in the West and East.
2011 – 2012 Japan anti-nuclear / Fukushima citizens campaign

  • After the East Japan Earthquake and Fukushima Nuclear Plant disaster, Japanese media and journalism deteriorated dramatically with national and international information manipulation. Human rights of affected people in Fukushima area were ignored. Investigation and reports became very difficult.
  • Helped ICAN activists in US to collaborate with Japanese and ex PM Kan for effective campaign.
  • Built a help-information network for connecting the offers from all Japanese municipalities to the affected people who need the help and information.
  • The government’s loss of confidence by Fukushima Nuke disaster divided Japanese people and its society, with lies and anger. The loss of confidence in leaders of various levels at critical moments of disasters is detrimental. The leaders’ actions significantly determine the following responses and their courses of recoveries / developments. Appropriate actions can only be taken by facing the bottom of the cause of the problems with determination to bring solutions through genuine hearing own “Calling” and act at once. It is not a gradual process, it is a sheer determination.
  • This observation brought me to establish EMLS RI.
2010 – 2012 Journalism revolution in Japan at national level and municipal level

  • Japanese journalism has historical weakness in its media law. It is not systemically, completely independent from US influence.
  • Suggested a proposal to liberalise Japanese media in some fundamental ways. Among them, LDP took a part in its party manifesto: the need to strengthen Japanese broadcasting in the world as Japanese News reports.
  • Liquid democratic system for municipal level mechanism to enable citizens to directly propose, discuss and vote for issues to the municipal parliament. The mechanisms also function educationally for citizens to take active roles and responsibility to participate for the society building.
2002 – 2010 Study of spatial and temporal coding in human perception and action. (INSERM, UCL, Kyoto U, Nat. Taiwan U., Sheffield U.)

  • Extremely long-lasting prism adaptation aftereffects of multi modalities interactions for action and perception in normal human. International collaborative research.
  • This study explored the fundamental basis of human visuo-audio-proprioceptive information- internal model for action- integration for ocular-centric space and time perception coding for action, using a single 20 min spatially shifting prism glasses adaptation training.
  • The results revealed more than three independent but interacting cellular and neural network mechanisms of brain for perceptual and behavioural plasticity.
  • The work had direct implications for behavioural therapies to ameliorate perception deficits in certain stroke patients. The impactful results were immediately used for clinical studies.
1995 – 2000 Mechanisms of Learning & Memory in small neural network. (Columbia University)

  • The processes and mechanisms of synapse formation during long term potentiation as memory formation and consolidation were studied in situ for 72h while memory was being formed.
  • The results revealed separate mechanisms for long (more than 10h-d), middle (h), short-term (m) memory.  Actin polymerization is the critical molecular regulation for formation of synapses and neurite elongation. The results also suggested the gene up-regulation of actin polymerization mechanism takes more than 10h and last more than 3 days.
  • Technical challenge for establishing and using long duration live3D fluorescent microscopic video recording, video enhanced interference imaging and the analysis for the studies were daunting and very satisfactory.
1990 – 1995 Study of the origin of “Organizer” in embryo in evolutionary developmental neurobiology.  (University of Oxford)

  • Mechanisms were studied of how a population of cells, known as “organizer”, regulate the differentiation of cell types and body pattern formation, determining the morphology of the whole body and nervous system.
  • The evolutionary implications of the results were discussed by comparison with other vertebrate early embryogenesis.
  • The results had high impacts for the basis of stem-cell research and regenerative medicine.
1982 – 1984 Building institution for disabled people to become independent (Muginome institution, Kagoshima, Japan)

  • Building institution and citizen movements for Japanese government to take responsibility to make policies to build institutions and systems for disabled people to be able to earn and to live independent life by own decision.
  • This required awareness building in the society and build citizen support and participation for appropriate job creations, governmental subsidies and policy implementation.


(I) POLICY RELATED ACTIVITIES AND PUBLICATIONS

(I). 1: Publications

Proposed to International Organizations

  • Yohko Hatada, EMLS RI (2018) “Establishing Calling Right as a part of UN Human Rights.” Proposal letter to UNESCO Deputy Secretary- General Getachew Engida.
  • Yohko Hatada, EMLS RI (2015) “The urgent need for establishing a totally securely protected international system of Whistleblower and investigative Journalism.” Proposal to UN University.
  • Yohko Hatada (2011) Comment on Nuclear agency IAEA faces reform calls. Nature 29 4 2011 http://www.nature.com/news/2011/110427/full/472397a.html

International Technology Standards

European Parliament Science Technology Options Assessment

Evidence submitted to UK parliamentary inquiries

Policy recommendations for Japanese National Diets
Proposal to Japanese Political Parties

  • Yohko Hatada (2010) A Proposal for the Liberal Democratic Party Manifesto
    民主党党綱領案
  • Yohko Hatada (2010) Proposals for Media revolution in Japanese Journalism.
    日本報道革命の必要

Proposal in Japan

  • Yohko Hatada (2011) Proposals for Liquid Democracy in Japanese municipal politics. To the Mayor of Musashino City, Tokyo, Japan. 武蔵野市長への提言

 


(I). 2: Talks/Workshops

  • Yohko Hatada (2019) Working Group 1: Mapping the rise of AI and its governance; Expert Group 2: The Geopolitics of AI. Global Governance of AI Roundtable, World Government Summit 2019, Dubai
  • Yohko Hatada (2019) Working Group 2: Governing the rise of AI in different contexts; Expert Group 5: Governance of the Development of AGI. Global Governance of AI Roundtable, World Government Summit 2019, Dubai
  • Yohko Hatada (2019) Working Group 3: AI for SDGs and International Panel of AI; Expert Group 10: International Panel on AI. Global Governance of AI Roundtable, World Government Summit 2019, Dubai
  • Yohko Hatada (2019) Working Group 4: Making the AI Revolution Work for Everyone; Expert Group 14: AI Global Governance of AI Roundtable, World Government Summit 2019, Dubai
  • Yohko Hatada and Koene A (2019) Regulatory approaches to guiding ICT innovation: “The age of self-regulation has ended” – Democratic Internet Governance requires paradigm shifts, EuroDIG2019, Hague, Netherland
  • Yohko Hatada and Dowthwaite (2019) Algorithmic Awareness Workshop, RightsCon, Tunis, Tunisia
  • Yohko Hatada and Koene A (2019) Advanced Literacy – Algorithmic Awareness, EuroDIG2019, the Hague, Netherland
  • Yohko Hatada and Elena Perotti, Gero Nagel, Giacomo Mazzone, Narine Khachatryan, Nika Bakhosoliani, Nadia Tjahja (2019) Fending off trolls – Journalists in defence of democracy, EuroDIG2019, the Hague, Netherland
  • Yohko Hatada (2019) Identity Development in Digital Era, WSIS2019, Geneva, Switzerland
  • Yohko Hatada (2018) Expert for RSA (Royal Society of Arts) and DeepMind’s citizens’ juries on automated decision-making systems
  • Yohko Hatada and Koene A (2018) Workshop: Paradigm shift to develop genuine global civilization and the role of ICT (Session 112)
  • Ronchi, C. Zavazava, Y. Sawmynade, JdD. Rurangirwa, E. Dzhaparova, AA Yafei, A Mohamed, T. Ola, and Yohko Hatada (2018) Moderated High-Level Policy Session 14, Knowledge societies, capacity building and e-learning / Media (Session 329) WSIS2018, Geneva, Swiss
  • Yohko Hatada, Spielkamp, M. and Gahnberg, C. (2017) Regulation of algorithmic systems that control online information access. IGF 2017, Geneva, Swiss.
  • Yohko Hatada and Koene A (2017) Workshop: Algorithmic Mediated Online Information Access (AMOIA) MozFest, London, UK
  • Yohko Hatada, EMLS RI (2016) Self and international citizenship of the authentic agency in globally connected world. Nottingham University, UK.
  • Yohko Hatada, Veram Vitam (2016) Workshop: Connection to authentic self. Buddhism Self-Science, Metaphysics and practice system (Vajrayana) in globally connected world. Nottingham University, UK.
  • Yohko Hatada, EMLS RI (2015) Neuroscience development in recent consciousness studies. Nottingham University, UK.
  • Yohko Hatada, Veram Vitam Ltd. (2015) Workshop: Psychodynamics of finding and living in own Calling. Nottingham University, UK.
  • Yohko Hatada, EMLS RI (2014) The relation of Individual and Society: Humanity and Democracy in international society. Birmingham University, UK
  • Yohko Hatada, Veram Vitam Ltd. (2013) Workshop: Live your true life. This is the most important project in your life. Birmingham University, UK.
  • Yohko Hatada(2013) How to find own Calling and to build into Life-Work. Live your true life. Birmingham University, UK.
  • Yohko Hatada (2011) Creative humane life by the self
    畠田陽子 (2011) 人間的創造的な生き方 東京、国際大学GLOCOM Universtiy, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Yohko Hatada (2010) The needs for using English in the Tokyo offices of international Japanese corporations. Japanese National Women Politician Discussion Workshop, Tokyo, Japan.
    畠田陽子 (2010)日本国際企業の日本本社での英語強制使用の是非 円より子政治スクール討論

(I). 3: Books

  • Yohko Hatada (2013) Find and Execute Authentic Passion in your life-work with your own World Vision. Live your Ture Life with your deepest fulfilment – The most important “Project” of your life. EMLS RI.

(I). 4: Media Engagement

  • Yohko Hatada and Koene A (2015) How to anti-radicalize ‘Imams Online’, BBC Radio Nottingham

 

(II) ACADEMIC PUBLICATIONS

(II). 1: Original Research Papers in Peer-reviewed journals and Conferences

  • Yohko Hatada(2009) Modulation of temporal and spatial frequency perception is correlated in craniotopic coordinates. Society for Neuroscience Abstract.
  • Yohko Hatada (2009) Time perception is modulated by spatial adaptation to prism glasses. Workshop of Computational principles of sensorimotor learning.Kloster Irsee, Germany.
  • Yohko Hatada (2008) Perceived visual spatial frequency is modulated with perceived eye orientation. International symposium on the neural basis of decision making. Groesbeek, Netherlands.
  • Yohko Hatada (2008) Interactive coding between audition and vision in perception of temporal frequency and spatial frequency in craniotopic coordinates.BCBT meeting, Spain
  • Yohko Hatada (2007) Visual spatial lateral displacement by prism adaptation distorted perception of temporal frequency in vision and audition, at “purely” perceptual level. Society for Neuroscience Abstract 303.16 San Diego, USA
  • Yohko Hatada (2007) A coding model from the experimental results on inseparability in craniotopic visual spatiotemporal frequency perception in human. Computational Cognitive Neuroscience conference Abstract.
  • Yohko Hatada and Ashida H. (2007) Perception of temporal frequency in vision and audition is affected by shift of head centred spatial perception by adaptation to laterally shifting prism glasses. Vision Society of Japan Annual Meeting Abstract 2007 1o9:51-2
  • Yohko Hatada, Miall, RC. and Rossetti, Y. (2006) Long lasting aftereffect of a single prism adaptation: directionally biased passive proprioception and internal egocentric reference frame. Brain Res. 174(1):189-98.
  • Yohko Hatada, Rossetti, Y. and Miall, RC. (2006) Long lasting prism adaptation after effects reveal that shifts in vision and proprioception are independent. Brain Res.173(3):415-24.
  • Yohko Hatada, Miall, RC. and Rossetti, Y. (2006) Two waves of a long-lasting after-effect of prism adaptation measured over 7 days. Brain Res. 169, 417-426.
  • Yohko Hatada, Rossetti, Y. and Miall, RC. (2006) Long-lasting prism adaptation aftereffects reveal independent shifts in vision and proprioception. Perception.
  • Yohko Hatada and Rossetti Y. (2004) Prism adaptation generates a very long lasting-directionally biased proprioceptive shift in healthy subjects. Society for Neuroscience Abstract 524.12.
  • Yohko Hatada and Rossetti Y. (2004) Long-lasting prism adaptation after-effect: Shift in open loop midsagittal pointing involves more than just visual and proprioceptive components. Perception 33: Suppl.:140.
  • Yohko Hatada, Wu, F., Sun, S.Y., Schacher, S. and Goldberg D. J. (2000) Presynaptic morphological changes associated with long-term synaptic facilitation are triggered by actin polymerization at preexisting varicosities. Journal of Neuroscience 20 RC82, 1-5.
  • Yohko Hatada, Wu, F., Silverman, R. Schacher, S. and Goldberg D. J. (1999) En passant synaptic varicosities form directly from growth cones by transient cessation of growth cone advance but not motility. Journal of Neurobiology 41, 242-251.
  • Yohko Hatada, Wu, F., Schacher, S. and Goldberg D. J. (1999): New presynaptic varicosities form from pre-existing varicosities during long-term facilitation in Aplysia cell culture. Meeting abstract on Learning and Memory Cold Spring Harbor “Learning and Memory”, NY, USA.
  • Yohko Hatada, Wu, F., Schacher, S. and Goldberg D. J. (1998) Presynaptic varicosities become morphologically plastic and are sites of neurite outgrowth with 5-HT facilitation of Aplysia sensorimotor neuron synapses in culture. for Neuroscience Abstracts 24, 1703.
  • Yohko Hatada, Wu, F., Silverman, R. Schacher, S. and Goldberg D. J. (1997) Formation of en passant synapses involves transient cessation of growth cone advance but not motility. for Neuroscience Abstracts 23, 1980.
  • Yohko Hatada and Stern, C.D. (1994) A fate map of the epiblast of the early chick embryo. Development 120, 2879-2889.
  • Yohko Hatada and Stern, C.D. (1993) Relation between fate map of the epiblast of the early chick and frog embryo. Wellcome Trust, London UK.
  • Yohko Hatada and Stern, C.D. (1992) A fate map of the epiblast of the early chick embryo. BSDB meeting, Sussex University, UK.
  • Yohko Hatada (1989) Master thesis: A Study of Ground Beetles (Carabidae, Coleoptera) at Adjacent Woodland and Grassland Habitats in Durham, North-East England. Durham University Library

(II). 2: Invited Individual Talks and Workshops

  • Yohko Hatada (2009) Is our time perception really independent from space perception? Sheffield University, Sheffield, UK.
  • Yohko Hatada (2007) Power of Adaptation to laterally shifting prism glasses: interdependence of time and space perception, plasticity & rehabilitation in hemispatial neglect patients. National Taiwan University, Taipei, Taiwan.
  • Yohko Hatada (2006) Perceptual shifts of temporal frequency in audition and vision after adaptation to visuo-spatial lateral displacement by right shifting prism glasses. University College London, London, UK.
  • Yohko Hatada and Rossetti Y. (2005) Possible mechanisms for two waves of a long-lasting after-effect of prism adaptation measured over 7 days. ICN, University College London, London, UK.
  • Yohko Hatada (2002) Comparison of morphological plasticity of pre-synaptic varicosity between leaning and development in Aplysia sensory –motor neuron cell culture. National Institute of Physiological Sciences, Okazaki, Japan.
  • Yohko Hatada (2001) Presynaptic morphological changes associated with long-term synaptic facilitation are triggered by actin polymerization at pre-existing varicosities. RIKEN, Tokyo, Japan.
  • Yohko Hatada (1999) En passant synaptic varicosity formation during development and long-term facilitation in Aplysia cell culture. Centre for Neurobiology and Behaviour, Columbia University, NY, USA.
  • Yohko Hatada (1995) Relation between mesoderm induction and the embryonic axis formation in early chick embryo. Harvard University, MA, USA.
  • Yohko Hatada (1995) A fate map of the epiblast and Regulation between mesoderm induction and the embryonic axis formation in early chick embryo. Columbia University, NY, USA.
  • Yohko Hatada (1994) A fate map and axis formation of the epiblast of the early chick embryo. Rockefeller University, NY, USA.
  • Yohko Hatada and Stern, C.D. (1993) The axis formation in the early chick embryo. Department of Human Anatomy, Oxford University, UK.
  • Yohko Hatada (1992) A fate map of the epiblast of the early chick embryo. Department of Human Anatomy, Oxford University, UK.

(II). 3: Books

  • Yohko Hatada (1995) The axis formation in the chick embryo.  Oxford University, UK.(ASIN: B001ABCQWI, British Library)
  • Stern, C.D., Yohko Hatada, Selleck, M. A. J. and Storey, K.G. (1992) Relationships between mesoderm induction and the embryonic axis in chick and frog embryos. In Stern, C.D. and Ingham, P. (eds.) Development, 151-156, The company of Biologists Ltd., Cambridge.