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Biology educator

Motonori Hoshi, Japanese biology educator. Oversea Research fellow Ministry of Education, Science and Culture, Japan, 1970-1972, Japan Society for Promotion of Science, Tokyo, 1979.

Background

Hoshi, Motonori was born on October 13, 1940 in Chiba, Japan. Son of Kenshiro and Iwa (Nakawura) Hoshi.

Education

Bachelor of Science in Zoology, University Tokyo, 1963. Master of Science in Zoology, University Tokyo, 1965. Doctor of Science in Biochemistry, University Tokyo, 1970.

Career

Instructor University Tokyo, 1965-1973. Postdoctoral fellow Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1970-1972. Associate professor Hokkaido University, Sapporo, 1973-1981, Nagoya University, Japan, 1981-1984.

Professor Tokyo Institute of Technology, 1985-2000, Keio University Faculty of Science and Technology, since 2000. Miller visiting professor University California, Berkeley, 1992.

Works

Membership

Member New York Academy of Sciences, International Society Development Biologists, International Society Invertebrate Reproduction (executive committee since 1986, president, 1989-1992), Japanese Society Development Biologists (executive committee since 1975), Japanese Society Cell Biology (executive committee since 1980), Zoological Society Japan (executive committee since 1993, Zoological Society award 1987).

Connections

Married Yasuko Hoshi, May 3, 1965. 1 child, Junko.

father:
Kenshiro Hoshi

mother:
Iwa (Nakawura) Hoshi

spouse:
Yasuko Hoshi

child:
Junko Hoshi