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biomedical engineer

Shigehiro Hashimoto, Japanese biomedical engineer. Achievements include research studies in the effect of shear rate in blood flow on clot growth and erythrocyte destruction in the artificial heart. Ministry of Education, Science and Culture of Japan grantee, 1984-1985, 88-93, 99-2000.

Background

Hashimoto, Shigehiro was born on June 14, 1956 in Tokyo. Son of Moritsugu and Yoshiko (Nakajima) Hashimoto.

Education

Bachelor of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 1979. Master of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 1981. Doctor of Medicine, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 1987.

Doctor of Engineering, Tokyo Institute of Technology, 1990.

Career

Research associate Kitasato University, Sagamihara, Japan, 1981-1989, assistant professor Japan, 1989-1994. Associate professor biomedical engineering Osaka (Japan) Institute of Technology, 1994-2001, professor, since 2001.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research studies in the effect of shear rate in blood flow on clot growth and erythrocyte destruction in the artificial heart.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Introduction to Biosystems Engineering, 1996, Introduction to Biomedical Measurement Engineering, 2000. Co-author: Implant Materials in Biofunction, 1988, Microcirculation Annual, 1991.

Membership

Member Japanese Society Artificial Organs (councilor 1985-2000, since 2003), Japanese Society for Biomaterials (councilor since 1996), International Society Artificial Organs (reviewer since 1988), Japan International Association for the Exchange of Students for Technology Experience (auditor 1986-1994, director 1994-1999).

Connections

Married Chisato Fukuoka, January 22, 1984. Children: Haruka, Saori.

father:
Moritsugu Hashimoto

mother:
Yoshiko (Nakajima) Hashimoto

spouse:
Chisato Fukuoka

child:
Haruka Hashimoto

child:
Saori Hashimoto