Fujita Group


Original Papers

Ide, K., Koshiba, H., Hawke, P., & Fujita, M. (2021). Guidelines Are Urgently Needed for the Use of Preprints as a Source of Information. Journal of Epidemiology, 31(1). 97-99.

Sawai, T., Hayashi, Y., Niikawa, T., Shepherd, J., Thomas, E., Lee, T. L., Erler, A., Watanabe, M., & Sakaguchi, H. (2021). Mapping the Ethical Issues of Brain Organoid Research and Application. AJOB Neurosci, 1-14.


Original Papers

Sawai, T., Minakawa, T., Pugh, J., Akatsuka, K.,Yamashita, J. K., & Fujita, M. (2020). The moral status of humanembryo-like structures: potentiality matters? The moral status of humansynthetic embryos. Embo Reports, 21(8).

Crane, A. T., Shen, F. X., Brown, J. L., Cormack, W.,Ruiz-Estevez, M., Voth, J. P., Sawai, T., Hatta, T., Fujita, M., &Low, W. C. (2020). The American Public Is Ready to Accept Human-Animal ChimeraResearch. Stem Cell Reports, 15(4), 804-810.

Akatsuka, K., Sasaki-Honda, M., & Sawai, T.(2020). Ethical Framework for Next-Generation Genome and Epigenome Editing. AmJ Bioeth, 20(8), 32-36.


Original Papers

Sawai, T., Hatta, T., & Fujita, M. (2019). Japan Significantly Relaxes Its Human-Animal Chimeric Embryo Research Regulations. Cell Stem Cell, 24(4), 513-514.

Sawai, T., Sakaguchi, H., Thomas, E., Takahashi, J., & Fujita, M. (2019). The Ethics of Cerebral Organoid Research: Being Conscious of Consciousness. StemCell Reports, 13(3), 440-447.

Ozeki-Hayashi, R., Fujita, M., Tsuchiya, A., Hatta, T., Nakazawa, E., Takimoto, Y., &Akabayashi, A. (2019). Beliefs held by breast surgeons that impact the treatment decision process for advanced breast cancer patients: a qualitative study. Breast Cancer-Targets and Therapy, 11, 221-229.

Other Article

Fujita, M., & Tabuchi, K. (2019). A rebuttal to Akabayashi and colleagues’ criticisms of the iPSC stock project. J Med Ethics, 45(7), 476-477. https://