Hironobu Ihn


Hironobu Ihn has completed his degree and PhD from University of Tokyo. He is currently working as the professor and vice president at Kumamoto University in the Department of Dermatology & Plastic Surgery. He also served as an associate professor at the University of Tokyo in the Department of Dermatology. He authored many publications in national and international Journals. He has membership in various societies such as Japanese Society of Dermatology, Japanese Society of Investigative Dermatology, Japanese Society of Clinical Immunology, Japanese Society of connective tissue Research, American Academy of Immunologists, American Society for Matrix Biology, Japanese Society of Allergy, Japanese Society of Rheumatology, Japanese Society of Cosmetic Dermatology, Japanese Society of Psoriasis, Japanese Society of Skin Cancer. He received many awards and honors for his contribution in the field of Dermatology.

Research Interests:

His research interest mainly focuses on Hair transplantation, Hair Loss in Women, Scarring Alopecia.

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