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Toshiyuki Hori

medical educator

Toshiyuki Hori, Japanese medical educator. Achievements include research in Kit225, an Illinois-2 dependent human T cell line; research in immunobiology of OX40 and its ligand; research in immune regulation through Alliance for Neighborhood Prosperity/Government College-A; research in molecular cloning and characterization of human kpm. Member of Japanese Society Hematology, Japanese Society Internal Medicine.

Background

Hori, Toshiyuki was born on July 4, 1954 in Kyoto. Son of Tominosuke and Sachiko Hori.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Kyoto University, 1980. Doctor of Philosophy, Kyoto University, 1988.

Career

Postdoctoral fellow DNAX Research Institute, Palo Alto, California, 1988—1991. Assistant professor Kyoto University, 1992—1998, lecturer, 1998—2008. Professor Ritsumeikan University, Kusatsu, Japan, since 2008.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in Kit225, an Illinois-2 dependent human T cell line. Research in immunobiology of OX40 and its ligand. Research in immune regulation through Alliance for Neighborhood Prosperity/Government College-A.

    Research in molecular cloning and characterization of human kpm.

Membership

Member of Japanese Society Hematology, Japanese Society Internal Medicine.

Connections

Married Noriko Ito; children: Hiroki, Akinobu.

father:
Tominosuke Hori

mother:
Sachiko Hori

spouse:
Noriko Ito

children:
Hiroki Hori

Akinobu Hori