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Prof Dr. Taira q Kajisa : Leading Researcher in Diabetology

professor at  Toyo University, Japan

Congratulations, Dr. Taira q Kajisa, on winning the esteemed Best Researcher Award from pencis! Your dedication, innovative research, and scholarly contributions have truly made a significant impact in your field. Your commitment to advancing knowledge and pushing the boundaries of research is commendable. Here’s to your continued success in shaping the future of academia and making invaluable contributions to your field. Well done!

Dr. Taira Q Kajisa, a distinguished Ph.D. graduate in Agriculture and Biochemistry from the University of Tokyo (March 2009), conducted groundbreaking research on enzymatic degradation of cellulose by brown rot fungi. Serving as Chief Science Officer at PROVIGATE Inc., Tokyo, from March 2015 to March 2019, he transitioned into academia, becoming a Lecturer at Tokushima University (April 2019 – March 2021) and currently an Associate Professor at Toyo University since April 2021. His impactful contributions extend to project research at the University of Tokyo and research roles at Mitsubishi Rayon Corp. Dr. Kajisa’s pioneering work has led to the launch of three successful start-up companies.

Professional Profile


Dr. Taira Q Kajisa earned a Ph.D. in Agriculture with a specialization in Biochemistry from the University of Tokyo on March 31, 2009 🎓. His doctoral research, completed on March 23, 2009, delved into the molecular biological analysis of restriction factors influencing the enzymatic degradation of cellulose by brown rot fungi within the Agricultural and Life Science department at the University of Tokyo 🌱. This innovative work not only contributed to the academic realm but also showcased his commitment to advancing our understanding of biological processes with potential applications in agriculture and beyond 🚀.

Previous work experience

Dr. Taira Q Kajisa  has crafted a diverse career in academia and industry, showcasing expertise across various roles. As a Lecturer at Tokushima University’s Institute of Post-LED Photonics from April 2019 to March 2021, he contributed to the institution’s academic environment 🎓. Serving as Chief Science Officer at PROVIGATE Inc. in Tokyo from March 2015 to March 2019, Dr. [Name] played a pivotal role in steering scientific endeavors within the corporate realm 🚀. His academic journey includes a role as a Project Researcher in Material Engineering at the University of Tokyo and a significant research tenure at Yokohama Advanced Technology Research Laboratories, Mitsubishi Rayon Corp. Throughout, Dr. [Name] has demonstrated a commitment to cutting-edge research and innovation.

Current position

Dr. Taira Q Kajisa, a distinguished academic, assumed the role of Associate Professor at Toyo University, marking the beginning of his impactful tenure on April 1, 2021, and continuing to contribute actively to date 📚. With a wealth of experience in biochemistry and agriculture, Dr. Kajisa brings a robust background, shaping the academic landscape at Toyo University. His commitment to education and research is evident in his role, where he undoubtedly enriches the academic environment, fostering a culture of innovation and knowledge dissemination. Dr. Kajisa’s current position reflects his dedication to advancing scholarly pursuits and nurturing the next generation of professionals in his field.

Publications top noted:

Bioanalytical method based on extended-gate field-effect transistor modified by self-assembled monolayer

Biocompatible Poly(catecholamine)-Film Electrode for Potentiometric Cell Sensing

Catecholamine Detection Using a Functionalized Poly(l-dopa)-Coated Gate Field-Effect Transistor

Well-designed dopamine-imprinted polymer interface for selective and quantitative dopamine detection among catecholamines using a potentiometric biosensor

Dynamic electrical behaviour of a thermoresponsive polymer in well-defined poly(N-isopropylacrylamide)-grafted semiconductor devices

Molecularly imprinted polymer-based FET biosensor for oligosaccharides sensing to target cancer cells

The genes encoding glycoside hydrolase family 6 and 7 cellulases from the brown-rot fungus Coniophora puteana

Purification, identification and molecular cloning of glycoside hydrolase family 15 glucoamylase from the brown-rot basidiomycete Fomitopsis palustris

Prof Dr. Taira q Kajisa | Diabetology

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