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Einosuke Harada

Born  1892
Died  1946

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Japanese ophthalmologist, 1892-1946.

Biography of Einosuke Harada

Einosuke Harada graduated from Tokyo University in 1917 and studied ophthalmology under professor Jujiro Komoto (1859-1938) and professor Shinobu Ishihara. (1879-1963). Harada carried out research at the Department of Pharmacology and was granted the degree of Doctor of Medical Science for studies of ocular pharmacology. In 1930 he started to practice in the city of Nagasaki, where his hospital was destroyed by the atomic bomb on August 9, 1945. Although he survived the bomb, Harada he died before he could restart practice.

We thank Patrick Jucker-Kupper, Switzerland, for information submitted.


  • Saiichi Mishima:
    Harada, Einosuke.
    In: Jean-Paul Wayenborgh, editor (with the coopoeration of Saiichi Mishima and C. Richard Keeler): IBBO. International Biography and Bibliography of Ophthalmologists and Vision Scientists. Volume 1, Oostende, Belgium, 2001. (Hirschberg History of ophtalmology. The monographs; volume 7), page 331.

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