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Ookawa Keiko

オオカワ ケイコ | Ookawa Keiko
Affiliation and department:
Job title: Assistant Professor
Research field  (2): Biomaterials ,  Biomedical engineering
Research keywords  (4): medical engineering ,  Tissue Engineering ,  Biomedical Engineering ,  Medical Education
Research theme for competitive and other funds  (2):
  • Development and assessment of tissue-engineered artificial organs
  • Microcirculatory physiology
Papers (33):
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Patents (1):
  • Stent structure to gain a sufficient luminal opening in tubalar organs
Books (6):
  • Biomechanical considerations of the design of endovascular stents : effect of coil-pitch on intraluminal flow movement
    Tissue Engineering for Therapeutic Use 6 (Elsevier Science) 2002
  • Hepatocyte culture utilizing porous polyvinyl formal resin maintains long-term stable albumin secretion activity.
    Polymer for Tissue Engineering (VSP B.V., Utrecht) 1998
  • Development of a new shear flow apparatus to evaluate platelet-biomaterial interactions.
    Advances in Biomaterial Science 1 1997
  • Effects of shear stress on cytoskeletal structure ad physiological functions of cultured endothelial cells.
    Cell Mechanics and Cellular Engineering (Springer-Verlag, New York) 1994
  • 粥状硬化の成因における流れの因子の役割ー培養血管内皮細胞を用いた検討
    1992
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Professional career (4):
  • 医科学修士 (筑波大学)
  • MS (University of Tsukuba)
  • 博士(医学) (筑波大学)
  • PhD (Medical Sciences) (University of Tsukuba)
Work history (2):
  • 1993/04/01 - 現在 University of Tsukuba
  • 1991/10 - 1993/03 工業技術院機械技術研究所 科学技術庁科学技術特別研究員
Awards (4):
  • 2007 - Japan Society for Artificial Organs Yoshimi Memorial T.M.P. Grant
  • 2005 - 日本バイオレオロジー学会論文賞
  • 1993 - 日本エム・イー学会 松尾賞
  • 1992 - 日本エム・イー学会ポスターコンペティション優秀賞
Association Membership(s) (4):
JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR MICROCIRCULATION ,  JAPANESE SOCIETY FOR MEDICAL AND BIOLOGICAL ENGINEERING ,  THE JAPAN SOCIETY FOR ARTIFICIAL ORGANS ,  Japan Society for Cell Biology
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