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Professor
Takuya Nihira
Affiliation:
Osaka Univ. International Center for Biotechnology
(ICBiotech)
nihira [at-mark] icb.osaka-u.ac.jp
Research Theme:
Regulation systems of secondary metabolism in microorganisms.
Key Words; Streptomyces, Secondary Metabolism,
Education:
1975: Bachelor's degree;
Department of Industrial Chemistry, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University
1977: Master's degree;
Laboratory of Industrial Biochemistry, Department of Industrial Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University
1980: Doctor's degree;
Laboratory of Industrial Biochemistry, Department of Industrial Chemistry, Graduate School of Engineering, Kyoto University
Career:
1981-1990: Assistant Professor;
Department of Biothechnology, Osaka University
1990-2001: Associate Professor;
Department of Biothechnology, Osaka University
2002- Professor;
Ineternational Center for Biotechnology, Osaka University
Visiting Position:

1983,

Jun-Dec:

Visiting Scientist;
Technishe Universitat Berlin (Laboratory of Prof. Kleinkauf)
1981- Engaged in Cooperative Research Program of JSPS between Japan and Thailand, visited Thai university, such as Chulalongkorn University more than 50 times and stayed in a total of more than a year in Thailand for cooperative reserach.
Award:
The SAITO Prize; The Society for Biotechnology, JAPAN
The 1st (2007) Prize for Achivement of Biotechnology; The Society for Biotechnology, JAPAN
Society:
"SBJ"; The Society for Biotechnology, Japan
"SAJ"; The Society for Actinomycetes, Japan
"JBS"; The Japan Biochemical Society
"JSBBA"; Japan Society for Bioscience, Biothechnology, and Agrochemistry
"ASM"; American Society for Microbiology
"SIM"; Society for Industrial Microbiology
"SGM.ac.uk"; Society for General Microbiology
Microbiology Associate Editor
International Cooperative Activities:
1. Large Scale Cooperative Research Program in Biotechnology under the JSPS Core University System. "JSPS"; Japan Sosiety of the Promotion of Science.

2. Program of Japan Science and Technology Agency
"Asia Science and Technology Cooperation Promotion Strategy - Splution of Research Issues Shared by Asian Regions"

3. UNESCO postgraduate Inter-University Course in Biotechnology under the framework of UNESCO- JAPAN Program for Human Resources and Research Network in Sciences and Technology.
4. Regional Network for Microbiology in Southeast Asia
5. The global network Microbiological Resource Centers (MIRCENs)
Hobby:
Extensive reading, and, Research.
Publication and Research Achievements:
For details, please check this site (Japanese).
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