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educator , Medical physicist , Electrical engineer

Issei Mori, Japanese electrical engineer, medical physicist, educator. Achievements include invention of helical CT; development of slipring CT. Recipient Ichimura prize, New Technology Development Foundation, 1998, Certified of Commendation, Japan Institute Invention and Innovation, 1999, Distinguished Service Medal, Science and Technology Agency, Japan, 2000, Shiju-Hosho medal, Decoration Bureau Japan, 2001.

Background

Mori, Issei was born on December 23, 1948 in Yamada-shi, Fukuoka-ken, Japan. Son of Shigeo and Senko Mori.

Education

Doctor in Med Science, Tohoku University, Sendai, Japan, 1971.

Career

Senior specialist Toshiba, Minato-ku, 1971—1995, chief specialist, 1996—2001, Toshiba Medical Systems Engineering, Akabane, 2002—2004. Lecturer Tohoku University, since 1995, professor.

Achievements

  • Achievements include invention of helical CT. Development of slipring CT.

Membership

Member of American Association Physicists in Medicine, Japanese Society Radiological Technology, Japanese Society Medical Imaging.

Connections

Married Yoshiko Kashimura, November 11, 1955. Children: Emiko, Toshihiro.

father:
Shigeo Mori

mother:
Senko Mori

spouse:
Yoshiko Kashimura

child:
Emiko Mori

child:
Toshihiro Mori