Hiroshi received his B.Sc. and M.Sc. degrees from Nagoya University, Japan. He joined in the research group of Prof. Kitagawa as a Ph.D. student in the Department of Synthetic Chemistry and Biological Chemistry at Kyoto University, Japan in 2011. His current research focuses on the chemical and genetic design of artificial protein assembly toward modulation of intracellular functions. Throughout his research, Hiroshi remains strongly interested in fabrication of novel bio-nanomaterials by integration of natural and synthetic molecules.
- Sanghamitra, Nusrat J. M.; Inaba, Hiroshi; Kitagawa, Susumu; Ueno, Takafumi. Inorganic Design of Protein Assemblies as Supramolecular Platforms. Journal of Inorganic and Organometallic Polymers and Materials (2013), 23(1), 50-60.
- Inaba, Hiroshi; Kanamaru, Shuji; Arisaka, Fumio; Kitagawa, Susumu; Ueno, Takafumi. Semi-synthesis of an artificial scandium(III) enzyme with a β-helical bio-nanotube. Dalton Transactions (2012), 41(37), 11424-11427.
- Yokoi, Norihiko; Miura, Yuki; Huang, Chen-Yuang; Takatani, Nobuyuki; Inaba, Hiroshi; Koshiyama, Tomomi; Kanamaru, Shuji; Arisaka, Fumio; Watanabe, Yoshihito; Kitagawa, Susumu; et al. Dual modification of a triple-stranded β-helix nanotube with Ru and Re metal complexes to promote photocatalytic reduction of CO2. Chemical Communications (Cambridge, United Kingdom) (2011), 47(7), 2074-2076