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Biophysical chemistry educator

Shoji Kaneshina, Japanese biophysical chemistry educator. Achievements include research in effect of pressure on the molecular assemblies such as micelles, vesicles and adsorbed monolayers; pressure-anesthetic antagonism. Member American Chemical Society, Japan Society High Pressure Science and Technology, Chemical Society Japan, International Association Colloid and Interface Scientists.

Background

Kaneshina, Shoji was born on March 5, 1942 in Tokushima, Japan. Son of Shigeo and Kimiko (Kishimoto) Kaneshina.

Education

Master, Tokushima University, 1966. Doctor of Philosophy, Kyushu University, 1974.

Career

Research associate Tokushima University, 1966-1974, professor, since 1988. Associate professor Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, 1974-1985, professor Japan, 1985-1988. Visiting research professor University Utah, Salt Lake City, 1979-1981.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in effect of pressure on the molecular assemblies such as micelles, vesicles and adsorbed monolayers. Pressure-anesthetic antagonism.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to Journal Colloid Interface Science, Bulletin Chemical Society Japan, Biochim. Biophysics Acta.

Membership

Member American Chemical Society, Japan Society High Pressure Science and Technology, Chemical Society Japan, International Association Colloid and Interface Scientists.

Connections

Married Fumiko Horie, January 4, 1970. Children: Katsuhiko, Atsuko, Kimitoshi.

father:
Shigeo Kaneshina

mother:
Kimiko (Kishimoto) Kaneshina

spouse:
Fumiko Horie

child:
Katsuhiko Kaneshina

child:
Atsuko Kaneshina

child:
Kimitoshi Kaneshina