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Mamoru Aizawa

Mamoru Aizawa
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Professor
Papers (205):
Books (3):
  • "Chapter 1 Overview of Nanobioceramics", "Nanobioceramics for Healthcare Applications"
    Stallion Press 2017
  • Synthesis of calcium phosphate microspheres using an ultrasonic spray-pyrolysis technique and their application as novel anti-angiogenic chemoembolization agents for cancer treatment
  • 26 Bioceramics for development of bioartificial liver
    Polymeric Biomaterials 2012
Lectures and oral presentations  (162):
  • Preparation of strontium-substituted hydroxyapatite powders by a homogeneous precipitation method and their characterization
    (The 17th Asian BioCeramics Symposium (ABC2017) 2017)
  • Osteoinduction of porous calcium-phosphate ceramics in pig femoral muscle
    (The 17th Asian BioCeramics Symposium (ABC2017) 2017)
  • Influence of rifampicin to drug metabolism function of hepatocytes cultured in/on apatite-fiber scaffolds
    (The 17th Asian BioCeramics Symposium (ABC2017) 2017)
  • Evaluation of cartilage matrix productivity of chondrogenic cell line cultured in three-dimensional apatite-fiber scaffold with enhanced mechanical property
    (The 17th Asian BioCeramics Symposium (ABC2017) 2017)
  • Effect of surface roughness on immune cells of hydroxyapatite ceramics modified with inositol phosphate
    (The 17th Asian BioCeramics Symposium (ABC2017) 2017)
Education (1):
  • - 1992 Sophia University Graduate School, Division of Science and Engineering
Work history (5):
  • 2003/04 - Associate Professor
  • 2003/03 - Lecturer
  • 1993/04 - 2003/02 Research Assistant
  • 2001/10 - 2002/09 University of Cambridge Department of Materials Science and Metallurgy Visiting Scholar
  • 1992/04 - 1993/03 Researcher
Awards (1):
  • 2003 - 'ABC award (Asian BioCeramics Symposium 2003) タイトル:Fabrication of bioactive cement using hydroxyapatite particles modified with inositol phosphate, its in vitro evaluation''
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