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Hideharu Shintabni

Hideharu Shintabni

Professor
School of Science
Chuo University, Japan

Biography

Hideharu Shintani, PhD, Guest Professor; born in Osaka, Japan, Feb. 23, 1948; Family, Miharu Amagai, Feb. 10,1949; 2 children. Present Address, 1-10-60,Minamidaira, Hino 191-0041, Tokyo, Japan; Education, BA, Kyoto U., 1972, MS, 1974, PhD, 1977. Carrier, Researcher National Institute of Health Sciences (NIHS), Tokyo, 1977-87, Senior Researcher 1987-92, Director of Department 1992-2009, Guest Professor of Chuo University, School of Science, 2009-, Research Associate at Texas Tech University, Department of Chemistry, Lubbock, 1986-87; Academic Activity, Director of Antibacterial and Antifungal Society Japan, Editorial Board of Biocontrol Science, J. Radiation Sterilization, and Trends in Biomaterial & Artificial Organs. A Chairman of the Japanese Government Committee entitled Sterilization and inactivation of endotoxin and prion by gas plasma exposure. Book publication, Author: Bioinstrumentation and Biosensors, 1990, Ohio Science Workbook Polymers, 1994, Analytical Applications of Immobilized Enzyme Reactors, 1994, Sterilization Systems 1995, Adsorption and its Application in Industry and Environmental Protection, 1998; editor: Handbook of Analytical Application of Capillary Electrophoresis, 1996. Sterilization and Disinfection by Plasma –Sterilization Mechanisms, Biological and Medical Applications, 2011; Member AAMI, ISO (Japan Delegate 19991-). Home 1-10-60, Hino Tokyo Japan, Office: Chuo University, School of Science, Bunkyo-ku, Kasuga l-chome, 13-27, Tokyo 112-0003, Japan

Research

Gas plasma sterilization
HPLC, Ion chromatography
Analytical chemistry
Pharmaceutical science
Sterilization validation