Hajime Amasaki

Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University, Japan

Hajime Amasaki was born in Tokyo, in 1952. He received the national licence of veterinary and health laboratory technician 1976, 1976, and the veterinary anatomy master's degree from Azabu Veterinary University, Sagamihara, Kanagawa in 1978, the veterinary anatomy and Ph.D. degrees from Nippon Veterinary and Zootechnical University, Tokyo, Japan in 1985. Since 1981, he was served as an Assistant at the Laboratory of Veterinary Anatomy of Nippon Veterinary and Zootechnical University (a previous name of university), a lecturer in 1985, an Associate Professor in 1994, a Professor since 2005 (postgraduate research institute), and also served as a lecturer of veterinary anatomy at Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology from 1994. He was served as an Editor-in-Chief of veterinary epidemiology in Japan since 1997, and a Councilor of the Japan Society of Veterinary Science since 1997, a Director of the Japanese Society of Veterinary Epidemiology (Japan) since 2005, a Director of the Japanese Association of Veterinary Anatomists since 2005, and a Director of the Japanese Association of Anatomists since 2005. He was awarded a prize of the Morinaga Service Association for the expression of the cytokeratin molecules during the differentiation of gastric mucosa epithelial cell, such prize was recommended by the Basic Department of Meeting in the Japan Society of Veterinary Science 2001. He studied mainly the molecular and comparison animal embryology and the gene expression mechanism and the morphology of the digestive organ formation in wild animals such as the whale, the camel, and the marsupial. He will study not only a basic biological field but also a developmental biological and comparative anatomical field in the future, and also will teach veterinary anatomy, veterinary histology, veterinary development, clinical veterinary science, and the animal production.

Biography Updated on 23 December 2009

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