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Manabu Tokeshi's Biography

Manabu Tokeshi, Professor, Hokkaido University

Manabu Tokeshi is a Professor at the Division of Applied Chemistry at Hokkaido University. He is also a Visiting Professor at ImPACT Research Center for Advanced Nanobiodevice, Innovative Research Center for Preventive Medical Engineering, and Institute of Innovation for Future Society at Nagoya University. Professor Tokeshi is a board member of the Chemical & Biological Microsystem Society (CBMS) which oversees the International Conference on Miniaturized Systems for Chemical and Life Sciences (microTAS). He served an Editor of Sensors and Actuators B (Elsevier: 2013-2017) and serves an Associate Editor of Lab on a Chip (RSC: 2018-). He received his PhD degree from Kyushu University in 1997. After a research fellow of the Japan Society of Promotion of Science at The University of Tokyo, he worked at Kanagawa Academy of Science and Technology as a research staff (1998-1999), a group subleader (1999-2003), and a group leader (2003-2004). He also worked at the Institute of Microchemistry Technology Co. Ltd. as President (2004-2005) and at Nagoya University as an Associate Professor (2005-2011). In 2011, he visited Karolinska Institutet as a Visiting Researcher and he joined the Hokkaido University as a Professor. His honors include the Outstanding Researcher Award on Chemistry and Micro-Nano Systems from the Society for Chemistry and Micro-Nano Systems (2007), the Pioneers in Miniaturisation Prize from the Lab on a Chip (The Royal Society of Chemistry)/Corning Inc. (2007), the Masao Horiba Award from HORIBA, Ltd. (2011) and The Japan Society for Analytical Chemistry Award (2018).

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New Approaches for Medical Diagnosis and Therapy Using Microfluidic Devices

Thursday, 11 May 2017 at 10:15

Add to Calendar ▼2017-05-11 10:15:002017-05-11 11:15:00Europe/LondonNew Approaches for Medical Diagnosis and Therapy Using Microfluidic

This presentation reports the development of a new platform of immunoassay device for detection of brain tumor. Using this devices, we succeeded in detection of grade II and III gliomas from patients within 15 min.

Add to Calendar ▼2017-05-10 00:00:002017-05-11 00:00:00Europe/LondonBiosensors, Microfluidics and Lab-on-a-Chip