Staff

Professor

Personal information


Name

Toshiro Ohashi

Office

Engineering building A6-30

Tel

+81-(0)11-706-6424

Other issues

  • Research

    My main research areas include cell biomechanics such as cell remodeling in response to mechanical stimuli, biomechanics of soft tissues in health and disease, bio-MEMS such as development of engineered matrix to measure cell traction forces and bioassay systems towards a high throughput single cell analysis.

  • Experience

    2010~ Present Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University

    2010 Guest Professor, Institute for Materials Chemistry and Engineering, Kyushu University (-March 2011)

    2009 Present Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Hokkaido University

    2008 Academic Fellow, Royal Institute of Technology, Sweden

    2004-2005 Academic Fellow, Queen Mary University of London

    2001-2008 Associate Professor, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University

    2000 Ph.D., Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University

    1997-2002 Research Associate, Graduate School of Engineering, Tohoku University

    1994-1997 Research Associate, Faculty of Engineering, Tohoku University

    1994 M.S., Graduate School of Engineering, Tsukuba Universityv

    1991 B.S., School of Mechanical Engineering, Tsukuba University

  • Honor

    2009 JSME Medal for Outstanding Paper in 2007, Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers

    2008 JSME Medal for Outstanding Paper in 2007, Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers

    2004 Young Investigators Award of Japan Society of Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering

    2004 The Seguchi Prize (12th) in Bioengineering in 2003, Division of Biomedical Engineering of Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers

    2002 Outstanding Paper Award at International Congress on Biological and Medical Engineering (Singapore, Dec 4-7, 2002)

    2002 Finalist for a Calgary Award at the IV World Congress of Biomechanics (Calgary, Canada, August 4-9, 2002)

    2002 Young Investigators Award of Japan Society of Medical Electronics and Biological Engineering

    2001 Award for Best Poster at 2001 Summer Bioengineering Conference (Snowbord, Utaf, USA, June 27-July 1, 2001)

    2000 Outstanding paper award at the 10th International Conference on Biomedical Engineering (Singapore, 6-9 Dec, 2000)

    2000 JSME Medal for Outstanding Paper in 1999, Japan Society of Mechanical Engineers

Student

Doctoral Course

Do Tien Dung

DC3 student

Country of Origin: Vietnam

Hobby: Football, Sports, Traveling

Research: Measurement of Mechanical Properties of Primary Cilia

Otgon Baasansuren

DC3 student

Country of Origin: Mongolia

Hobby: Horse Riding

Research: Identification of Leader Cells in Migration using Deep Learning

Ryota TOYOHARA

DC1 student

Country of Origin: Japan

Hobby: Driving, Motorcycling

Research: The Relationship between Sacroiliac Joint and Walking


Master Course

Yu CHEN

MC1 student

Country of Origin: China

Hobby: Swimming

Motto: A flower may blooms again, but a person cannot get young again.

Daiki SUEHARA

MC1 student

Country of Origin: Japan

Hobby: dance;game;celestial body

Motto: If consciousness changes, so will life.

SungGil LEE

MC1 student

Country of Origin: Korea

Hobby: Theatre


Undergraduate Students

Takahiro Hiramukai

UG4 student

Country of Origin: Japan

Motto:live comfortably

Hobby: soccer

Ryota Nemoto

UG4 student

Country of Origin: Japan

Hobby: Guitar,Game

Motto: Moderately,Comfortably.

Yu Osanami

UG4 student

Country of Origin: Japan

Hobby: ball games,alcohol,game

Motto: What will be, will be.

Takaya Yoriki

UG4 student

Country of Origin: Japan

Hobby: game

Motto:Failure teaches success.


Research student

Xinran Feng

Research student

Country of Origin: China

Hobby: Singing and watching movies

Motto: If you don't work hard, God will take away all your talents.