Kazunori Onoé, Japanese immunologist, educator, pathologist. Achievements include research in NK-T-cell selection and differentiation in the thymus; dendritic cell; research in immunobiology of bone marrow chimera; research in peptide-based vaccine. Recipient award, Akiyama Foundation, 2007; grantee, 1987, Health Science Foundation, Suhara Memorial Foundation, 1990, Uehara Bio Science Foundation, 1991, 2006, Sagawa Cancer Foundation, 1994.
Instructor Hokkaido University, Sapporo, 1970-1981, associate professor, 1981-1985, professor, chairman, since 1985, director Animal Facility Institute Immunological Science, 1991-1996, director Institute Immunol. Science, 1996—2000, director Institute Gene Technology Science, 2000—2002. Councilor Science Council Japan, since 2006.
Visiting investigator Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, New York City, 1977—1979.
1970 - 1981
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