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Biochemist , educator , researcher

Tadashi Tanabe, Japanese biochemist, educator, researcher. Recipient The Society prize The Vitamin Society Japan, 1988. Member of American Chemical Society, American Society Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Pharmaceutical Society Japan.

Background

Tanabe, Tadashi was born on September 23, 1941 in Konan, Aichi, Japan. Son of Shizuo and Tsuyako (Sato) Tanabe.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Osaka University, Japan, 1965. Master of Science, Osaka University, Japan, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, Osaka University, Japan, 1971.

Career

Post doctral fellow Kyoto University, Japan, 1971-1972, assistant professor Japan, 1972-1979. Associate professor National Cardiovasc. Center Research Institute, Osaka, 1979—1989, professor, 1989—2002, professor emeritus, since 2002.

Professor Osaka University, 1995—2002. Senior advisor Organization Pharmaceutical Safety and Research, Tokyo, 2002—2004. Program director Pharmaceutical and Medical Devices Agency, 2004—2005.

Director Anges MG Inc. Research Institute, Osaka, 2005—2006, BAL Science, Company, 2006—2008. Senior coordinator Angel Capital Company, 2008—2009.

Counselor Society Japan Pharmacopoeia, Tokyo, since 2009. Adviser Dnavec Corporation, since 2009. President Pharmaceutical & Medical Devices Development LLP, Tokyo, since 2010.

Postdoctoral fellow National Institute Health, 1976—1977, Boylor College Medical, 1977—1979. Visiting scientist Osaka Bioscience Institute, Japan, since 2005. Visiting professor Keio University, Japan, 2006—2009, lecturer, since 2009.

Membership

Member of American Chemical Society, American Society Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, Pharmaceutical Society Japan.

Connections

Married Sumiko Yukawa, January 15, 1974. 2 children.

father:
Shizuo Tanabe

mother:
Tsuyako (Sato) Tanabe

spouse:
Sumiko Yukawa