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Toshiaki Watanabe

biomedical researcher

Toshiaki Watanabe, Japanese biomedical researcher. Member Industrial Waste Disposal Committee Yamagata Prefecture, 1990-1991, Yamagata City Future Plan Committee, since 1994; coordinator Forum on Industrial Waste. Member Japanese Society Nutrition and Food Science (council member), Japanese Society for Hygiene (council member), Vitamin Society of Japan (council member), Japanese Teratology Society (secretary science meeting, council member).

Background

Watanabe, Toshiaki was born on July 18, 1949 in Utsunomiya, Tochigi, Japan. Son of Shigeo and Sata (Saito) Watanabe.

Education

Bachelor of Science, Niigata (Japan) University, 1973. Master of Science, Nigata (Japan) University, 1975. Doctor of Science, Nigata (Japan) University, 1995.

Doctor of Philosophy in Medical Science, Yamagata (Japan) University, 1983.

Career

Research associate Yamagata University, 1975-1988, assistant professor, 1988-1989, associate professor, since 1989. Visiting research scientist National Institutes of Health, Research Triangle Park, North Carolina, 1985-1987. Visiting professor Manitoba University, Winnipeg, Canada, 1990-1991.

Works

  • Author: Sister Chromatid Exchanges, 1984. Contributor articles to professional journals including Teratology, Journal of Nutrition, Experientia, Vitamins.

Membership

Member Industrial Waste Disposal Committee Yamagata Prefecture, 1990-1991, Yamagata City Future Plan Committee, since 1994. Coordinator Forum on Industrial Waste. Member Japanese Society Nutrition and Food Science (council member), Japanese Society for Hygiene (council member), Vitamin Society of Japan (council member), Japanese Teratology Society (secretary science meeting, council member).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Walking, listening to music, traveling abroad.

Connections

Married Keiko Matsumoto, August 20, 1975. Children: Kanako, Yui, Ryoko.

father:
Shigeo Watanabe

mother:
Sata (Saito) Watanabe

spouse:
Keiko Matsumoto

children:
Kanako Watanabe

Yui Watanabe

Ryoko Watanabe