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Anatomist , educator

Yoshimitsu Yuki Katoh, Japanese anatomist, educator. Achievements include work with staining method, distribution, and quantitative changes of nucleolus-like inclusion bodies in the mouse brain; direct projections from the cerebellar fastigial nucleus to the thalamic suprageniculate nucleus in the cat; bilateral projections from the superior colliculus to the thalamic suprageniculate nucleus in the cat.

Background

Katoh, Yoshimitsu Yuki was born on October 3, 1953 in Miyoshi, Japan. Son of Genichiro and Yukie (Kasai) Katoh.

Education

Bachelor of Health Sciences, Fujita Health University, Toyoake, Japan, 1976. Doctor of Philosophy, Fujita Health University, Toyoake, Japan, 1986.

Career

Medical technologist Fujita Health University Hospital, Toyoake, 1976-1978. Assistant department anatomy Fujita Health University, 1978-1988. Assistant professor physiology Albert Szent (Hungary)-Györgyi Medical University, 1988-1990.

Assistant department anatomy Fujita Health University, 1990-1993, assistant professor anatomy, 1993-1998, associate professor anatomy, since 1998. Part-time instructor Chiiki-Iryo Academy Nursing, Toyota, Aichi, 1985, Yokkaichi University Junior College, Yokkaichi, Japan, 1992-1995, Toyota Academy Nursing, Toyota, since 1995, Aichi Women's Junior College, 1998-2001.

Achievements

  • Achievements include work with staining method, distribution, and quantitative changes of nucleolus-like inclusion bodies in the mouse brain. Direct projections from the cerebellar fastigial nucleus to the thalamic suprageniculate nucleus in the cat. Bilateral projections from the superior colliculus to the thalamic suprageniculate nucleus in the cat.

Connections

Married Keiko Suzuki, March 12, 1978. Children: Yasuyo, Taihei.

father:
Genichiro Katoh

mother:
Yukie (Kasai) Katoh

spouse:
Keiko Suzuki

child:
Yasuyo Katoh

child:
Taihei Katoh