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Jin Hamada

Jin Hamada, Japanese biologist. Advisor Society for the Protection of Natural Environmental of Imizu, Toyama, 1987-1993. Member International Phycological Society, Phycological Society of America, Japanese Society Phycology, Botanical Society Japan, Genetics Society Japan.

Background

  • Hamada, Jin was born on November 5, 1945 in Kyoto, Japan. Son of Minoru and Chikako (Honda) Hamada.

  • Education

    • BAgr, Kyoto University, 1968. Master of Agriculture, Kyoto University, 1970. Digital Array Gas-cell correlation radiometer, Kyoto University, 1979.

    Career

    • Postdoctoral fellow department biology University Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, 1975-1977. Assistant professor Toyama (Japan) Medical and Pharmaceutical University, since 1980. Lecturer Bukkyo University, Kyoto, 1978-1980, Toyama University, since 1981, Toyama General Nurse School, 1987-1989.

    Works

    • Author: Biology of Conjugales, 1990, second edition, 1991, Effects of Chemicals on Algae, 1990, Imported tRNA, 1976.

    Politics

    Party affiliation: buddhism.

    Religion

    Denomination: Buddhism

    Membership

    Advisor Society for the Protection of Natural Environmental of Imizu, Toyama, 1987-1993. Member International Phycological Society, Phycological Society of America, Japanese Society Phycology, Botanical Society Japan, Genetics Society Japan.

    Personality

    Interests

    Classical music, looking arts, taking photographs of flowers.

    Connections

    • Married Kaoru Yasutomi, January 13, 1980. Children: Miho, Haruna, Ran, Momoyo, Mume.
    • father: Minoru Hamada
    • mother: Chikako (Honda) Hamada
    • spouse: Kaoru Yasutomi
    • children: Miho Hamada
    • Haruna Hamada
    • Ran Hamada
    • Momoyo Hamada
    • Mume Hamada
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    Born November 5, 1945
    (age 72)
    Nationality
    • 1968
      Kyoto University
    • 1970
      Kyoto University
    • 1979
      Kyoto University
    • 1975 - 1977
      Postdoctoral fellow, department biology University Pennsylvania
      Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
    • 1980
      assistant, professor Toyama (Japan) Medical and Pharmaceutical University