OHNO Shinichi

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Name
OHNO Shinichi
Degree
Philosophy doctor(Shinshu University)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
 
   
 
Professor, University of Yamanashi Department of Research Interdisciplinary Graduate School of Medicine and Engineering, Basic Science for Clinical Medicine, First Department of Anatomy
 
1976
 - 
1978
Instructor of Anatomy, Shinshu Univ. Sch. Med.
 
1979
 - 
1980
Assistant Professor in Anatomy,
 
 
   
 
      Shinshu Univ. Sch. Med.
 
1981
 - 
1991
Associate Professor in Anatomy,
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1976
School of Medicine, Faculty of Medicine, Shinshu University
 

Committee Memberships

 
1992
   
 
Japanese Society of Anatomy  Councilor
 
2001
 - 
2004
Japanese Society of Microscopy  Director
 
1991
   
 
Japanese Society of Histochemistry and Cytochemistry  Councilor
 
1999
 - 
2005
Japanese Society of Medical Molecular Morphology  Director
 
2003
   
 
Japanese Society of Anatomy  Director
 

Awards & Honors

 
1983
Shoikai Award given by Graduate Society of Medicine, Shinshu Univ.
 

Misc

 
Stereological application of thick sections to determination of size distribution of spherical cell organelles by high voltage electron microscopy.
J Electron Microscopy   29(2) 98-105   1980
Peroxisomes of the kidney.
Int Rev Cytol   95,131-162    1985
Immunocytochemical study of the intracellular localization of M protein of vesicular stomatitis virus.(jointly worked)
Histochem J   19,297-306    1987

Works

 
Basic analysis of cells and tissues by cryotechnique
2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Ultrastructural study of glomerular capillary loop by quick-freezing method
JST Target Oriented Research for Embryonic Science and Technology (TOREST)
Project Year: 1977   
The ultrastructures of functioning glomeruli in living animals are examined by quick-freezing method.
Ultrastructural study of cytoplasmic sides of erythrocyte membranes
Grant-in-Aid for Scientific Research
Project Year: 1983   
Membrane skeletons on cytoplasmic sides of dynamically changing erythrocytes are examined by quick-freezing method.
"in vivo cryotechnique" development
Funded Research
Project Year: 1992   
Morphology of living animal tissues can be examined by the in vivo cryotechnique.
Development of cryobiopsy
Funded Research
The in vivo cryotechnique can be further developed into cryobiopsy for humans.
Development of cryobiopsy
Funded Research
The in vivo cryotechnique can be further developed into cryobiopsy for humans.

Patents

 
In vivo cryo-apparatus
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