Natural Sciences, Osaka Kyoiku University
Located at B4
Building, room 213
After Apr., 2020, we do not admit new member to our lab.
The mission of the Environmental Microbiology
- to provide the students with the knowledge and
skills basic to the microbiology and field practices, and inculcate
them with the fundamental attitudes of scientific experts who endeavor with
a lifelong desire to
develop a culture;
- to provide excellent training programs for the
graduate and undergraduate students, establish continuing scientific
education programs for practicing teachers, and educate and train
other environmental professionals;
- to make nationally and internationally
recognized contributions to both basic and practical research on
environmental microbiology; and
- to promote innovations in the environmental
management and assessment strategy for the control of the environmental
microorganisms in the local district as well as on the globe, and disseminate
scientific information on environmental conservation to the public.
Division of Natural Sciences, Department of
Arts and Sciences, Osaka Kyoiku University, 4-698-1 Asahigaoka, Kashiwara,
Osaka, 582-8582, Japan
- Basics of microbial indicator systems.
- Source tracking of fecal contamination.
- Riverbed biofilms.
- Contribution of microbial extracellular enzyme
to the degradation of organic substances and circulation of phosphorus.
1990 PhD, Agriculture, Kyoto
University, Kyoto, Japan
1987 MS, Agricultural Chemistry, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
1985 BS, Agricultural Chemistry, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan
Work and Research
2011 - Present, Professor, Osaka
2002 - 2011, Associate Professor, Osaka
1997 - 2002, Associate Professor, Ehime University
1995 - 1996, Visitor, SWES, University of Arizona
1989 - 1997, Assistant Professor, Ehime University
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