Company

Information

Corporate Name Cardio Flow Design Inc.
Address 30-8 Sanban-cho, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
Postal Code 102 – 0075
Establishment August 2015
Business Description Development and Sales of Application
E-mail info@cfd.life
URL http://www.cfd.life
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Member

CEO

Teruyasu Nishino MD


Teruyasu Nishino was born in 1976. He studied in Mayo Clinic Elective Clerkship and graduated from Juntendo University. He is a member of the Japanese orthopaedic association. He has managed variety of companies including medical company, social welfare service corporation and other corporations.

Chief Engineer

Shohei Miyazaki


Shohei Miyazaki was born in 1989. He graduated from Waseda University in 2014. After that, he studied hemodynamic analysis using computational fluid dynamics and MRI at the Kitasato university. He joined Cardio Flow Design Inc. in 2015

Adviser

Founder

Keiichi Itatani MD,PhD


Keiichi Itatani was born in 1977. He is a cardiovascular surgeon and a researcher of fluid dynamics. Since he graduated from the university of Tokyo in 2002, he has been involved in the clinical practice of cardiovascular surgery, and at the same time, has been thinking about “what the optimal cardiovascular surgery is”, and he started research of fluid dynamics in cardiology. He developed blood flow simulation method useing computational fluid dynamics (CFD), blood flow imaging with phase contrast MRI and echocardiography vector flow mapping (VFM) and he invented energy loss calculation method.
He became an endowed chair, Department of Hemodynamic Analysis in Kitasato University School of Medicine in 2012.

He founded Cardio Flow Design Inc in 2015, and he is working for the department of cardiovascular surgery in Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine from 2015.
He became a director of Hokkaido Cardiovascular Hospital in 2015.

He became an endowed chair of Cardiovascular Imaging Research Laboratory in Kyoto Prefectural University of Medicine in 2016.

Achievement List (Japanese)
Old Lecture List (Japanese)
Wikipedia Keiichi Itatani (Japanese)