EMBL Heidelberg, Meyerhofstraße 1, 69117 Heidelberg, Germany
MDPhD 2000, Kyoto University, Japan.
Postdoctoral research at the Max Planck Institute of Immunobiology, Freiburg, Germany.
Group leader at the MPI of Immunobiology 2002-7.
Independent group leader at the MPI for Molecular Biomedicine, Münster, 2007-11.
Group leader at EMBL since 2011.
Total: 27 publication(s)
Kim EJY, Korotkevich E, Hiiragi T. (2018)
Coordination of Cell Polarity, Mechanics and Fate in Tissue Self-organization.
Chan CJ, Hiiragi T. (2017)
Keeping in Touch to Differentiate.
Chan CJ, Heisenberg CP, Hiiragi T. (2017)
Coordination of Morphogenesis and Cell-Fate Specification in Development.
Veldhuis JH, Ehsandar A, Maître JL, Hiiragi T, Cox S, Brodland GW. (2017)
Inferring cellular forces from image stacks
Korotkevich E, Niwayama R, Courtois A, Friese S, Berger N, Buchholz F, Hiiragi T. (2017)
The Apical Domain Is Required and Sufficient for the First Lineage Segregation in the Mouse Embryo
Maître JL, Turlier H, Illukkumbura R, Eismann B, Niwayama R, Nédélec F, Hiiragi T. (2016)
Asymmetric division of contractile domains couples cell positioning and fate specification
Strnad P, Gunther S, Reichmann J, Krzic U, Balazs B, de Medeiros G, Norlin N, Hiiragi T, Hufnagel L, Ellenberg J. (2016)
Inverted light-sheet microscope for imaging mouse pre-implantation development.
Medeiros Gd, Norlin N, Günther S, Albert M, Panavaite L, Fiuza UM, Peri F, Hiiragi T, Krzic U, Hufnagel L. (2015)
Confocal multiview light-sheet microscopy.
Dietrich JE, Panavaite L, Gunther S, Wennekamp S, Groner AC, Pigge A, Salvenmoser S, Trono D, Hufnagel L, Hiiragi T. (2015)
Venus trap in the mouse embryo reveals distinct molecular dynamics underlying specification of first embryonic lineages.
Maître JL, Niwayama R, Turlier H, Nédélec F, Hiiragi T. (2015)
Pulsatile cell-autonomous contractility drives compaction in the mouse embryo.
Ohnishi Y, Huber W, Tsumura A, Kang M, Xenopoulos P, Kurimoto K, Oleś AK, Araúzo-Bravo MJ, Saitou M, Hadjantonakis AK, Hiiragi T. (2014)
Cell-to-cell expression variability followed by signal reinforcement progressively segregates early mouse lineages
Wennekamp S, Mesecke S, Nédélec F, Hiiragi T. (2013)
A self-organization framework for symmetry breaking in the mammalian embryo
Courtois A, Schuh M, Ellenberg J, Hiiragi T. (2012)
The transition from meiotic to mitotic spindle assembly is gradual during early mammalian development
Groner AC, Tschopp P, Challet L, Dietrich JE, Verp S, Offner S, Barde I, Rodriguez I, Hiiragi T, Trono D. (2012)
The Kruppel-associated box repressor domain can induce reversible heterochromatization of a mouse locus in vivo
Lavial F, Bessonnard S, Ohnishi Y, Tsumura A, Chandrashekran A, Fenwick MA, Tomaz RA, Hosokawa H, Nakayama T, Chambers I, Hiiragi T, Chazaud C, Azuara V. (2012)
Bmi1 facilitates primitive endoderm formation by stabilizing Gata6 during early mouse development
Wennekamp S, Hiiragi T. (2012)
Stochastic processes in the development of pluripotency in vivo
Honda H, Motosugi N, Nagai T, Tanemura M, Hiiragi T. (2008)
Computer simulation of emerging asymmetry in the mouse blastocyst
Bauer T, Motosugi N, Miura K, Sabe H, Hiiragi T. (2008)
Dynamic rearrangement of surface proteins is essential for cytokinesis
Dietrich JE, Hiiragi T. (2008)
Stochastic processes during mouse blastocyst patterning
Polanski Z, Motosugi N, Tsurumi C, Hiiragi T, Hoffmann S. (2008)
Hypomethylation of paternal DNA in the late mouse zygote is not essential for development
Dietrich JE, Hiiragi T. (2007)
Stochastic patterning in the mouse pre-implantation embryo
Hiiragi T, Louvet-Vallée S, Solter D, Maro B. (2006)
Embryology: does prepatterning occur in the mouse egg?
Motosugi N, Dietrich JE, Polanski Z, Solter D, Hiiragi T. (2006)
Space asymmetry directs preferential sperm entry in the absence of polarity in the mouse oocyte
Hiiragi T, Solter D. (2006)
Fatal flaws in the case for prepatterning in the mouse egg
Hiiragi T, Solter D. (2005)
Mechanism of first cleavage specification in the mouse egg: is our body plan set at day 0?
Motosugi N, Bauer T, Polanski Z, Solter D, Hiiragi T. (2005)
Polarity of the mouse embryo is established at blastocyst and is not prepatterned