Dr. Juji's essay

This is the essay on blood by Dr. Takeo Juji, MD, PhD who is Kawasumi’s technical advisor and a world authority on the transfusion medicine and cell therapy. This time, he presents an essay on the history of the blood program in Japan.

Dr Takeo Juji, MD, PhD

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History of Blood Program in Japan
2011 Sep. 2
Jul. 1
Transfusion associated graft-versus-host disease (TA-GVHD)
2011 Mar. 4
2010 Dec. 3
Aug. 2
Jun. 1

Curriculum Vitae

2009 May. Awarded by the Japan Society of Transfusion Medicine and Cell Therapy
2008 Jul. Won the Showa Emperor Memorial Prize in Medicine
2007 Nov. Assumed Technical Adviser of Kawasumi Laboratories, Inc.
2006 Mar. Retired from Japanese Red Cross Society (JRC) Assumed Honorary Director General of JRC Central Research Institute
2003 Nov. Awarded by Japan Medical Association
1993 Apr. Director General of JRC Central Blood Center
1985 Apr. Professor (Director) of Transfusion Medicine, the University of Tokyo Hospital
1981 Apr. Professor (Director) of Transfusion Medicine, Tokyo Women’s Medical University
1973 Apr. Assistant in Transfusion Medicine, the University of Tokyo Hospital
September 1969 ~
February 1972
Studied in University at Buffalo, The State University of New York
1968 Apr. Assistant of teaching staff in Serology Division, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Tokyo
Mar. Graduated from Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo Doctor of Medicine(PhD)
1964 Apr. Entered the first Division of Internal Medicine, The University of Tokyo Hospital (Entered Graduate School of Medicine)
Mar. Completed medical internship at The University of Tokyo Hospital
1963 Mar. Graduated from Faculty of Medicine, The University of Tokyo (MD)