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  • Michito Hirakata
    Professor

    Medical Education Center


    Medical pedagogy; Rheumatology; Clinical Immunology



    Medical pedagogy: 1) Reform of the admission system, 2) Development of "Medical Professionalism", 3) Introduction of simulation, 4) Implementation of competency-based education, and 5) Establishment of continuous basic- and postgraduate- educational programs, to improve the Quality of Medical Education.Rheumatology: Investigating the production mechanism, clinical signifiance, and disease state mechanism of "autoantibodies", which are characteristic features of autoimmune disorders such as rheumatic diseases and connective tissue diseases.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Toshiaki Monkawa
    Professor

    Medical Education Center


    Medical education; Nephrology



    Medical pedagogy including the development of education utilizing ICT (Information and Computer Technology), and development of the interprofessional education program. Elucidating mechanisms of water, electrolyte, and acid-base disorders; renal tubule differentiation and regeneration.

  • Hiromasa Takaishi
    Professor

    Center for Preventive Medicine


    Clinical Oncology, Preventive Medicine, Gastroenterology



    Developing new treatments and diagnostic methods of cancer by elucidating molecular pathogenesis.

  • Tadashi Yoshida
    Associate Professor

    Apheresis and Dialysis Center


    Chronic Kidney Disease and Cardiovascular Complications



    Understanding the molecular mechanisms of the development of chronic kidney disease, focusing on chronic inflammation. Elucidation of the mechanisms of cardiovascular complications in chronic kidney disease.

  • Haruhiko Ogata
    Professor

    Center for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Endoscopy


    Pathogenesis and development of treatment for inflammatory bowel disease, endoscopic diagnosis and treatment of gastrointestinal disease



    Understanding the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease by image enhancing and in vivo observation of the gastrointestinal mucosa using endoscopic devices equipped with the super-magnifying functionality and capsule endoscopes equipped with additional functionality that can achieve pan-enteric surveillance.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Naoki Hosoe
    Associate Professor

    Center for Diagnostic and Therapeutic Endoscopy


    Diagnosis and treatment of Gastrointestinal endoscopy



    Developing gastrointestinal endoscopes and endoscopic devices, Conducting clinical research using gastrointestinal endoscope. Especially, small intestinal endoscope and capsule endoscope.

  • Yasuo Hamamoto
    Associate Professor

    Cancer Center


    Medical Oncology



    Investigational new treatment for gastrointestinal cancer as well as objective criteria for geriatric oncology by which shared treatment are selected

  • Motohiko Kato
    Associate Professor

    Cancer Center


    Endoscopic diagnosis & minimally invasive treatment for gastrointestinal cancer



    Research and development for endoscopic diagnosis and minimally invasive treatment for superficial gastrointestinal cancer including duodenal cancer.

  • Naohisa Yahagi
    Professor

    Cancer Center (Advanced Minimally Invasive Therapy Unit)


    Minimally Invasive ​treatment for ​Gastrointestinal Neoplasia



    Developing new procedures ​for advanced minimally-invasive treatments such as endoscopic resection and laparoscop​ic resection.​ And developing new therapeutic instruments​ for advanced minimally-invasive treatments, including​ NOTES (natural orifice translumenal endoscopic surgery) and ​LECS ​(laparoscopy and endoscopy combined ​surgery).

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Ryuji Tanosaki
    Professor

    Center for Transfusion Medicine and Cell Therapy


    Hematology-oncology and cell therapy, in particular hematopoietic stem cell transplantation and transfusion medicine



    Transfusion medicine and cell therapy, in particular allogeneic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation for malignant lymphoma, including adult T-cell leukemia/lymphoma. Cell processing center management.

  • Kenjiro Kosaki
    Professor

    Center for Medical Genetics


    Clinical Genetics, Teratology, Pediatrics



    1) Clinical genomics inclulding diagnosis and management of rare diaseases and genetic counseling. 2) Elucidation of genetic causes of genetic diseases with a focus on "undiagnosed diseases".

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Seitaro Fujishima
    Associate Professor

    Center for General Medicine Education


    Internal Medicine - Pulmonary Emergency and Critical Care Medicine, Infectious Disease Medicine



    1) Drug discovery for inflammatory lung diseases, including ARDS and interstitial pneumonia; 2) Drug discovery for severe sepsis and fulminant infectious diseases; 3) Development of diagnostic aid systems and POCs for use in ERs and bedside care; 4) Development of e-learning systems for use in medical education before and after graduation.

  • Tomonobu Hasegawa
    Professor

    Division of Clinical Safety


    1.Molecular mechanisms of growth, adrenal function and sex differentiation 2.Patient safety



    1.We elucidate molecular mechanisms of growth, adrenal function, and sex differentiation by monogenic and polygenic disorders/traits as well as animal models. Final goal of these studies is to establish novel therapeutic approach. 2.We introduce patient safety concepts to all medical stuff and patients.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Daisuke Fujisawa
    Associate Professor

    Division of Clinical Safety


    Patient Safety, Consultation Liaison Psychiatry, Cognitive Behavioral Therapy



    Mental health promotion in people with physical illnesses, using the methodology of clinical epidemiology and behavioral science. The areas of interest include cancer, chronic pain, depression, anxiety, cognitive disorders, suicide prevention, stress care of health professionals, and patient safety.

  • Timothy Minton
    Professor

    English


    English Studies, English Pedagogy, English for Specific Purposes



    Practical research into 1) the nature and causes of common grammatical and semantic errors made by Japanese learners of English, 2) problems specific to English usage in the presentation, both written and oral, of medical research, and 3) effective methods of medical English education (in collaboration with other members of the Japan Society for Medical English Education).

  • Naoko Komachiya
    Professor

    English


    Early Modern English Literature



    The literary and physiological aspects of two apparently conflicting phenomena in early modern English literature: the significance attached to the soothing effects of laughter, and the cult of melancholy.

  • Shinichi Suzuki
    Associate Professor

    German


    Austria Literature between the World Wars,Modern Austrian Literature,German as a foreign language



    Text-immanent interpretation of Austrian literature in the interwar period as well as an examination of the characteristics of Austrian literature through the method concerning the sociology of literature. Interpretation and synchronic and diachronic study of Modern Austrian literature in the postwar era. Study of German vocabulary required for each level.

  • Nariyuki Minami
    Professor

    Mathematics


    Mathematics (probability theory and its application to mathematical physics)



    Research on statistical nature of spectra of random operators, including Schroedinger operators possessing random potential as representative examples.

  • Yuki Suzuki
    Associate Professor

    Mathematics


    Probability Theory



    Research on asymptotic behavior of stochastic processes in random environments.

  • Takahisa Mitsui
    Professor

    Physics


    Optical Measurements of Soft Matter



    Thermal agitation of the interior and surface of matter. Through these measurements, we can gain knowledge not only concerning thermal fluctuation, but moisture and elasticity can also be measured without physical contact. Pursuing clinical applications through performing measurements of various materials.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's

  • Hideki Fujii
    Professor

    Biology


    Immnology, Microbioligy



    The goal is to establish phage therapy specific for pathogenic bacteria.In addition to the isolation of natural phage, we are also looking into the creation of phage that are effective against phage-resistant bacteria.We are working to establish new treatment strategies for antimicrobial-resistant (AMR).

    Thesis Advisor:Master's
    Doctoral

  • Atsushi C. Suzuki
    Associate Professor

    Biology


    Comparative Zoology, Tardigrade Biology



    Research concerning the natural history surrounding tardigrades, such as life history traits of terrestrial tardigrades which possess high resistance to desiccation, taxonomy of marine tardigrades, micromorphology of gametogenesis, etc.

  • Hiroyoshi Inoue
    Professor

    Chemistry


    Radiology, Pharmaceutical Chemistry, Natural Products



    I am responsible for radiation health and safety at Keio University`s Shinanomachi Campus. Our research is primarily interested in developing ways to safely concentrate and dispose of radioisotopes. In addition, we are interested in developing biosensors using isotopic marking and aptamer technology for age related disease diagnostics and food monitoring. Another aspect of our research focuses on the identification of useful functional components from nature and ways to develop these for synthetic applications.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's

  • Masatoshi Nara
    Professor

    Letters


    Ethics, Medical Ethics



    Applying ethical theories and methodologies to analyze ethical problems raised in clinical medicine and medical research. Recently focusing on ethical problems in reproductive medicine, misconduct in medical research, protection of personal information, and conflict of interest.

    Thesis Advisor:Master's

  • Hiroshi Nakamura
    Professor

    Business


    Industrial Organization (Life Science and Health Care Industries), Strategic Management



    Organizational reform and management strategies of companies in order to bring about innovation in the life science industries-Policies concerning the creation of innovative products while reducing economic/financial burden on patients and governments-Cooperation among different types of occupations and functions in healthcare

    Thesis Advisor:Master's