• Eiji Hase, Takeo Minamikawa, Takahiko Mizuno, Shuji Miyamoto, Ryuji Ichikawa, Yi-Da Hsieh, Kyuki Shibuya, Katsuya Sato, Yoshiaki Nakajima, Akifumi Asahara, Kaoru Minoshima, Yasuhiro Mizutani, Tetsuo Iwata, Hirotsugu Yamamoto, and Takeshi Yasui, "Scan-less confocal phase imaging based on dual-comb microscopy", Optica, 5(5), 634-643 (2018). DOI
  • Eiji Hase, Katsuya Sato, Daisuke Yonekura, Takeo Minamikawa, Mitsuhiko Takahashi, and Takeshi Yasui, "Evaluation of the histological and mechanical features of tendon healing in a rabbit model with the use of second-harmonic-generation imaging and tensile testing", Bone & Joint Research, 5(11), 577-585 (2016). DOI
  • Eiji Hase, Oki Matsubara, Takeo Minamikawa, Katsuya Sato, and Takeshi Yasui, "In situ time-series monitoring of collagen fibers produced by standing-cultured osteoblasts using a second-harmonic-generation microscope", Applied Optics, 55(12), 3261-3267 (2016). DOI

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Born in Tokushima, Dr. Hase graduated from the Faculty of Engineering at Tokushima University in 2012 and completed a doctoral degree at the same university in 2017. He then became a researcher in the Usage Research Promotion Department at SPring-8 in April of the same year. He thereafter joined Tokushima University’s Institute of Post-LED Photonics in April 2019 and was appointed as Designated Assistant Professor at the Institute in October of the same year. Dr. Hase specializes in biomedical optics.

As we know from the development of the microscope, progress in optical measurement devices that help us to see things that are not visible to the naked eye has always pushed the development of science and technology. Optical measurement devices are specialized and developed in various types and now, more than ever, the ‘power of making things visible’ bolsters innovation. Designated Assistant Professor Hase, who specializes in biomedical optics, uses femtosecond lasers to develop visualization technology that allows researchers to selectively view targets in a non-destructive and non-invasive manner. The main target of his observations is collagen and he is currently conducting bio-type experiments and testing medical applications. Seeking innovation in the future, Dr. Hase will further deepen the knowledge of related bio-type fields and is eager to enhance the probability of a breakthrough.