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scientist , Medical educator

Tomoh Masaki, Japanese scientist, medical educator. Recipient Special award American Society Hypertension, 1989, medical award Japan Medical Association, 1989, prize Takeda Science Foundation, 1990, prize Asahi Press Japan, 1992, prize Japan Academy, 1994, 12th International Okamoto award, 1997, Inter-Services Intelligence Citation Laureate award, 2000.

Background

Masaki, Tomoh was born on October 26, 1934 in Tokyo. Son of Koichi and Eiko (Yamamoto) Masaki.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, University Tokyo, 1962. Doctor of Philosophy, University Tokyo, 1970.

Career

Research associate University Tokyo, 1966-1975. Professor Institute Basic Medical Sciences University Tsukuba, Japan, 1975-1991, professor emeritus Japan, since 1994. Professor Kyoto University, 1991-1997, professor emeritus, since 1998.

Director general Research Institute National Cardiovasc. Center, 1997-2000; director Osaka Seikei Institution, Japan, since 2000. President Osaka Seikei University, since 2003.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Contributor articles to professional journals.

Membership

Member Japan Pharmacol. Society (council 1964), International Hypertension Society (council 1990), American Heart Association (council 1992), Japan Bio-chemical Society.

Connections

Married Masako Nakano, April 10, 1965. Children: Hirofumi, Kenji.

father:
Koichi Masaki

mother:
Eiko (Yamamoto) Masaki

spouse:
Masako Nakano

children:
Hirofumi Masaki

Kenji Masaki