HAMADA-SATO Naoko

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Name
HAMADA-SATO Naoko
Affiliation
Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
Section
Graduate School of Marine Science and Technology, Laboratory of Microbiology
Degree
(BLANK), (BLANK)

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Jan 2010
 - 
Today
Professor, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
 
Apr 2007
 - 
Dec 2009
Associate Professor, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
 
Oct 2003
 - 
Mar 2007
Research assistant, Tokyo University of Marine Science and Technology
 
Mar 2000
 - 
Sep 2003
research assistant, Tokyo University of Fisheries
 
1990
 - 
1992
Showa Denko Company researcher
 

Education

 
 
 - 
1988
Faculty of Science, Hokkaido University
 

Awards & Honors

 
Dec 2011
Biothermometer, Food Action Award/research and development field, Food Action Nippon
 

Misc

 
Hirotsugu MINAMI, Naoko SATO, Masao SUGAWARA, Yoshio UMEZAWA
Analytical Sciences   7(6) 853-862   1991
Isolation and transcriptional analysis of a cellulase gene(cel(]G0001[))from the basidiomycete Irpex lacteus. (共著)
Journal of Bioscience and Bioengineering   87 98-103   1999
FEMS Microbiological Letters   172(2) 231-237   1999
Naoko Hamada, Tsuneyuki Takeda, Yoshihiko Amano, Makoto Shimosaka, Takahisa Kanda, Mitsuo Okazaki
SENI GAKKAISHI   55(3) 134-142   1999

Books etc

 
Food science learned from basics
HAMADA-SATO Naoko (Part:Joint Work)
SEIZANDO-SHOTEN PUBLISHING CO.,LTD   2010   
Advanced Inspection Technology of Agricultural Products and Foods
Suzuki Toru,HAMADA-SATO Naoko, Srirangsan Paveena (Part:Joint Work)
CMC Publishing Co.,LtdCMC   2010   
Freshness management manual of marine products
HAMADA-SATO Naoko (Part:Joint Work)
2008   

Works

 
Degradation of organotin compounds by micro organism
2000
Studies on Keeping freshness of seafood using dehydrate sheet
2000
Development of quality assurance using temperature control based on K value
2000

Research Grants & Projects

 
Studies on degradation of endocrine-disrupting chemicals by microorganism.
Development of biosensors for food analysis.
Studies on biomass conversion using microorganisms and enzymes.
Studies on the Effect of Dehydration Sheet on Fish Freshness Keeping
Development of biosensor for fish freshness control based on K value
Program for Scientific Technology Development for Industries that Creates New Industries
Project Year: 2000