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Biologist , Education educator

Ziro Nambu, Japanese education educator, biologist. Achievements include research in purification, characterization and structural analysis of Artemia trehalase; analysis of gene expression during Artemia development; research in gene expression of Artemia SPARC during its development; design of inbred strains of Artemia; analysis of diapause in Artemia; research in health effects of manmade mineral fibers on experimental animals.

Background

Nambu, Ziro was born on May 23, 1946 in Tokyo, Japan. Son of Keiichi and Michiko Nambu.

Education

Bachelors, Tokyo University, 1970. Master of Science, Tokyo University, 1972. Doctor of Science, Tokyo University, 1975.

Career

Research officer Institute of Public Health, Tokyo, 1975—1980, chief research officer, 1980—1985. Associate professor University of Occupational Environmental Health, Kitakyushu, Japan, 1985—1992, professor Japan, since 1992.

Achievements

  • Achievements include research in purification, characterization and structural analysis of Artemia trehalase. Analysis of gene expression during Artemia development. Research in gene expression of Artemia SPARC during its development.

    Design of inbred strains of Artemia. Analysis of diapause in Artemia. Research in health effects of manmade mineral fibers on experimental animals.

Membership

Member of Zoological Society of Japan.

Connections

Married Fumiko Akiyama Nambu, June 14, 1987.

father:
Keiichi Nambu

mother:
Michiko Nambu

spouse:
Fumiko Akiyama Nambu