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pathologist , Medical educator

Kenichi Harigaya, Japanese medical educator, pathologist. Achievements include development of bone marrow cell lines; research in generation of functional clonal cell lines from human bone marrow stroma. Recipient Kitazato award, Keio University, 1987. Member of American Society Cell Biology, American Society Hematology, American Association Cancer Research.

Background

Harigaya, Kenichi was born on March 3, 1948 in Noda, Chiba, Japan. Son of Kiyoji and Toyoko Harigaya.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Keio University School Medicine, Tokyo, 1972. Doctor of Philosophy, Grad.School Keio University School Medicine, Tokyo, 1976.

Career

Assistant professor department pathology Keio University School Medicine, Tokyo, 1972—1978, 1981—1987. Visiting scientist Brookhaven National Laboratory, New York City, 1978—1981. Associate professor department pathology Chiba University School Medicine, Chiba, Japan, 1987—1998, professor and director department pathology, 1998—2000.

Professor and director department molecular and tumor pathology Chiba University Graduate School Medicine, since 1998. Director department molecular and tumor pathology Chiba University Graduate School Medicine, Chiba, Japan, 1998.

Achievements

  • Achievements include development of bone marrow cell lines. Research in generation of functional clonal cell lines from human bone marrow stroma.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Proceedings of National Academy of Sciences.

Membership

Member of American Society Cell Biology, American Society Hematology, American Association Cancer Research.

Connections

Children: Mariko, Tomoko children: Yuriko, Reiko, Noriko.

father:
Kiyoji Harigaya

mother:
Toyoko Harigaya

child:
Mariko Harigaya

child:
Tomoko children: Yuriko Harigaya

child:
Reiko Harigaya

child:
Noriko Harigaya