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Biomaterials, tissue engineering, corneal regeneration, biodegradable polymer, biopolymer, surfave modification of medical devices, nanofibers, nano-composites, nanomaterials-living body interaction

Prof. Hisatoshi Kobayashi is a group leader of WPI Research center MANA, National Institute for Material Science, Tsukuba Japan. He is also affiliated with several organization including Visiting Professor of Tokyo University of Agriculture and Technology, Japan; Adjunct Professor, University of Allahabad, India, and Honorary Guest Professor of Denbandhu Chliotu Ram University of Science & Technology, India. At present he plays a role in President of International Association of Advanced Materials(IAAM) ; Councilor of Japanese Society for Biomaterials; Consultant of Global Healthcare Company, etc. In his academic carrier, he has published more than 150 publications, books, and patents in the field of biomaterial science and technology. His expertise is Biomaterial science, biopolymers, biodegradable polymers, Nano- composites, Nano-fibers, Ophthalmologic devices, Orthopedic devices, etc. His current research interest is cell-nano-materials, tissues-nanomaterials interactions. Based on the information, he is focused on design and development of highly functionalized biodegradable scaffold for tissue engineering, nano-composite for medical devices, etc.

PublicationsNIMS affiliated publications since 2004.

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Patents
  • No. 5871234 合成コラーゲンナノファイバーの製造方法 (2016)
  • No. 5105352 海綿状繊維立体構造体とその製造方法 (2012)
  • No. 5051424 人工角膜 (2012)

Society membership

日本バイオマテリアル学会、高分子学会、再生医療学会 等

Awards

  • 平成6年度日本バイオマテリアル学会科学奨励賞, 第17回中小企業優秀新技術・新製品賞産学官連携特別賞, Acharya Vinova Intenational Award-2010, Advanced Materials Letters Scientist Award 2011, Advanced materials Medal-2013 ()
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