Ph.D(Fujita Health University 1992), B.Agr(Meijo University 1985)
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Yasuhiro Ozeki (1961-) is a glycobiologist and he graduated from Meijo Univ. School of Agriculture (Breeding and Genetics), Nagoya, Japan in 1985. He started his research career in protein chemistry at the Division of Biomedical Polymer Science at the Institute of Comprehensive Medical Sciences, Fujita Health Univ., Toyoake Aichi, Japan. He earned his Ph.D. at Fujita Health Univ in 1992, and conducted postdoctoral research as a JSPS Fellow at Fujita Health Univ., Toyoake Japan (1993-1994) and a NIH Fellow at The Biomembrane Institute (Otsuka Co., Ltd.) and the University of Washington, Seattle, WA (1994-1995) on Glycobiology. He has held a faculty position at Yokohama City Univ., Japan since 1995.
Dr. Ozeki determined two representative lectin family primary structures as SUEL/rhamnose-binding lectin (UniProtKB P22031) and MytiLec (UniProtKB B3EWR1), and supervised 4 Ph.D students and 1 JSPS Fellow Post-Doc researcher from Japan and Bangladesh since 2006. He was hired to be the Program Officer of Ministry of Education, Culture Sports, Science and Technology (MEXT) Japan (2006-2008). Since 2013, he is a member of Steering Committee, Misaki Marine Biological Station, Graduate School of Sciences, The University of Tokyo. He loves sense of humor, Progressive Rock and the music composed by Dmitri Shostakovich, avant-garde dance performance and walking to watch modern sceneries of metropolitan Tokyo.
Ozeki Y, Kawsar S M A, Fujii Y, Ogawa Y, Sugawara S, Hasan I, Koide Y, Yasumitsu H, Kanaly R A (Part:Contributor, Chapter 8 “Activity of Diversified Marine Invertebrate Lectins to Regulate Cell Function” 167-184)
Wiley-Blackwell (England) ISBN:978-1-1183-7506-8 May 2013 ISBN:1118375068