Yoichiro Ito, MD

Title: Pathologist, Senior Investigator
Company: National Institutes of Health, Laboratory of Bioseparation Technology
Location: Rockville, MD United States

 

 

Affiliations/Associations/Societies:

  • Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital, Cleveland, OH
  • Michael Reese Hospital, Chicago, IL
  • National Institute for Medical Research
  • Osaka City University Medical School, Osaka, Japan
  • World Health Organization

Achievements:

  • Honoree, Distinguished Worldwide Humanitarian Award (2017)
  • Inductee, Worldwide Lifetime Achievement (2017)
  • Featured Listee, “Who’s Who in America,” Marquis Who’s Who (2001-2016)
  • Grantee, World Health Organization Research Travel Fund, National Institute for Medical Research , London (2010, 1968)
  • Recipient, Technology Excellence Award (2010, 1979)
  • Featured Listee, “Who’s Who in the World,” Marquis Who’s Who (1998-2009, 1987-1990)
  • Featured Listee, “Who’s Who in Medicine and Healthcare,” Marquis Who’s Who (1997-2007)
  • Featured Listee, “Who’s Who in Science and Engineering,” Marquis Who’s Who (2002-2007, 1998-1999)
  • Featured Listee, “Who’s Who in the East,” Marquis Who’s Who (1999-2000)
  • Recipient, 1st Place Award, Annual Science research presentation, Cleveland Metropolitan General Hospital (1960)
  • Grantee, Fulbright Exchange Scholar (1959-1963)
  • Recipient, FLC Mid-Atlantic Regional Award for Excellence in Technology Transfer for high-speed countercurrent chromatography (2010)
  • Published Author of numerous articles (over 600) and patents (50) for his chromatographic advances

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