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Daijo Hashimoto

Daijo Hashimoto, Japanese surgeon, physician. Research grantee Japanese Government, 1982, 96, 97. Member Japanese Association Laser Medicine and Surgery (counsillor since 1985), Gasless Laparoscopic and Endoscopic Surgeons' Society (chairman, founder), International Computer Aided Society (board directors since 1992).

Background

  • Hashimoto, Daijo was born on January 7, 1944 in Chang Chen, Jilin, Japan. Son of Motofumi and Masuko (Shirakawa) Hashimoto.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine, Tokyo University, 1968. Doctor of Philosophy, Tokyo University, 1979.

    Career

    • Resident, attending surgeon Mitsui Memorial Hospital, Tokyo, 1969-1973. Faculty surgery Tokyo University, 1973-1976, faculty pathology, 1976-1978. Assistant professor Hamamatsu (Japan) Medical College, 1980-1984.

      Associate professor Tokyo University Hospital, 1984-1989. Chief surgeon Tokyo Metropolitan Police Hospital, 1989-1999. Professor Saitama (Japan) Medical College, since 2000.

    Works

    • Author: Advanced Techniques in Gasless Laparoscopic Surgery, 1995. Contributing author: Novel Regional Therapies for Liver Tumor, 1995, Lasers in Gastroenterology, 1989. Contributor articles to medical journals.

      Patentee in field.

    Membership

    Member Japanese Association Laser Medicine and Surgery (counsillor since 1985), Gasless Laparoscopic and Endoscopic Surgeons' Society (chairman, founder), International Computer Aided Society (board directors since 1992).

    Personality

    Interests

    Ocean cruises, golf, hunting.

    Connections

    • Married Masako Yabuki, June 22, 1972. Children: Chigusa, Motomu, Nahoko, Sumire.
    • father: Motofumi Hashimoto
    • mother: Masuko (Shirakawa) Hashimoto
    • spouse: Masako Yabuki
    • children: Chigusa Hashimoto
    • Motomu Hashimoto
    • Nahoko Hashimoto
    • Sumire Hashimoto
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    Born January 7, 1944
    (age 73)
    Nationality
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    • 1968
      Tokyo University
    • 1979
      Tokyo University
    • 1969 - 1973
      Resident
      Tokyo, Japan
    • 1973 - 1976
      faculty surgery Tokyo University
    • 1976 - 1978
      faculty surgery Tokyo University
    • 1980 - 1984
      assistant, professor Hamamatsu (Japan) Medical College
    • 1984 - 1989
      associate, professor Tokyo University Hospital
    • 1989 - 1999
      chief surgeon Tokyo Metropolitan Police Hospital
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