Toyohide Takeuchi was born in 1954 in Aichi Prefecture, Japan. He received a B.S. degree of engineering (1977), an M.S. degree of engineering (1979), and a Ph.D. degree of engineering (1985) from Nagoya University, Japan. He was appointed as a Research Associate (1980) and an Associate Professor (1989) at Nagoya University and joined Gifu University as an Associate Professor in 1992, where he was promoted to a Professor of chemistry in 2001. During 1985-1986, he was appointed as a Postdoctoral Fellow at Ames Laboratory in USA. His research interests include the development of microcolumns, novel detection, and separation systems for LC. He is an author or coauthor of about 230 original papers. He is appointed as the Vice President for The Society for Chromatographic Sciences. He is also working for Analytical & Bioanalytical Chemistry as an International Advisory Board. He received the Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry Award for Young Scientists in 1987, The Takeda Techno-Entrepreneurship Award in 2001, and The Society for Chromatographic Sciences Award in 2004.
Biography Updated on 4 July 2010