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Physiology and biomedical engineering educator

Fumihiko Kajiya, Japanese physiology and biomedical engineering educator. Recipient Berz prize Boehringer sohn Ingeheim, Tokyo, 1968, 73, Research Encourage award Science Newspaper, Tokyo, 1974, The Sanyo Press Prize, Okayama, 1997.

Background

Kajiya, Fumihiko was born on March 12, 1940 in Yawatahama, Japan. Son of Jinshiro and Masako Kajiya.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, Osaka (Japan) University, 1965. Doctor of Medicine, Osaka (Japan) University, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, Osaka (Japan) University, 1977.

Career

Clinician Osaka University Medical School, 1967-1977. Researcher department engineering Osaka University, 1967-1977. Professor Kawasaki Medical School, Kurashiki, Japan, 1977-2000.

Chairman Kawasaki College of Allied Health Profession, Japan, 1987-2000. Professor-at-large Hokkaido University School Medicine, since 1996. Professor Graduate School Medicine and Dentistry Okayama (Japan) University, since 2000.

Grant reviewer Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japanese Government, Tokyo, 1986-1988, 92-96, Japanese Society for Promition of Science, 1996-1998, since 2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Editor: Compartmental Analysis-Medical Application and Theoretical Back Ground, 1984, Blood Flow in the Heart and Large Vessels, 1989, Coronary Circulation-Basic Mechanism and Clinical Relevance, 1990, Recent Advances in Coronary Circulation, 1993, Microcirculation Annual 2001, 2001. Regional editor Medical Progress through Technology, since 1985, member editorial board Heart and Vessles, since 1985, American Journal Physiology, since 1999, Medical Biological Engineering and computing, since 2000, Cardiovsc. Engineering, since 2001.

Membership

Auditor Notredome Seishin School Corporation, Tokyo, since 1992. Chairman Okayama Medical Engineering Study Committee, since 1992. Member of Physiological Society Japan (board directors since 2002), Japanese Society Microcirculation since 1998, Japan Society Medical Biological Engineering (president 1998—2000, Sakamoto prize 1990), Japanese Society Biorheology (board directors since 1982), International Union Physical and Engineering Science in Medicine (vice president 1997—2000), International Federation Medical and Biological Engineering (president 1994-1997).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Travel.

Connections

Married Setsuko Honda, May 19, 1967. Children: Kayo, Tomohito, Masahito.

father:
Jinshiro Kajiya

mother:
Masako Kajiya

spouse:
Setsuko Honda

child:
Kayo Kajiya

child:
Tomohito Kajiya

child:
Masahito Kajiya