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[Dr. Mido ABDELHAKIM]
Mohamed Abdelhakim, MD.
-International medical doctor at department of Plastic and reconstructive surgery of Nippon Medical School Hospital.
-joined the graduate school of Nippon Medical School, Mechanobiology and mechanotherapy Laboratory
-part time lecturer and Medical English and communication class instructor, NMS.
-Graduate of Cairo university, Egypt.
-Completed clerkship at St.Luke's international hospital, Tokyo.
[Dr. Daiya OZAKI]
Dr. Daiya Ozaki, MD, Ph.D.
-The Japanese Orthopaedic Association, Authorized Orthopedist and Authorized Sports Doctor .
-Japanese Physical Education Association, Authorized Sports Doctor.
-Japanese Para-Sports association, Authorized Para-Sports Doctor.
-A great variety of experiences as a team doctor in International Para-Sports Competitions, including Rio Paralympics (2016) and London Paralympics (2012).
[Mr. Shinichi SHIBATA]
-Kanda University of International Studies, Professor, Career Education Center.
-Presenter of NHK Radio "Business Communication in Simple English" since 2015.
-Graduated from Master of Business Administration at University of London.
-Have 20-year overseas business experience in London, Dusseldorf and Frankfurt.
-Many books published, including “Intellectual Conversations in English” (2018, DHC).
[Mr. SON, YOUNG HWAL]
-BBA in Marketing, University of Iowa (1987).
-MA in East Asian Languages and Cultures, University of Kansas (1990).
-Worked in Entertainment/Media/Intellectual Business for nearly 30 years.
-Lived in the USA for 10 years.
[Ms. Reiko MORI]
International University of Health and Welfare Graduate School
Master's Program in Graduate School of Medical Welfare
Medical and Welfare Management Major.
Medical Interpreter / International Medical Management Master's Degree.
-A freelancer, medical/pharmaceutical interpreter and translator.
-A medical/healthcare interpreter.
-Worked for pharmaceutical company for nearly 19 years.
-Lived abroad for 10 years (5 years in US, 5 years in Hong Kong).
[Mr. Yoshihisa OKAMOTO]
-Graduated from Gifu College of Pharmacy.
-Qualified as a pharmacist, 1st kind environmental health manager（nation
-Researcher, Japan University of Economics Graduate School, Pharmacy Management Institute.
-Office worker at a pharmaceutical company.
-Part time lecturer at school of medicine, Nagoya municipal university.
-Qualified as a pharmacist, 1st kind environmental health manager（national license）
-Licensed for medical institute management（2nd grade ; private license）
[Ms. Junko Sakamoto]
-Keio University, British and American literature major.
-After working at the city bank head office, engaged in translation work and various English related lectures.
-TOEIC lecturer and engaged in continuing education program at university and corporate training.
-Eiken 1st grade, passing an interpreter guide, TOEIC score 990 points.
-Letting many students achieve their target scores in a short period of time.
[Robert Steven Kane]
English literature teacher, end of life care adviser
Education: Middle Valley University, Middle Valley, Vermont
Graduated English language course.
St. Johns Fisher University, Rochester, New York.
Acquired elementary and junior high school teacher license. May 1999
Hospice Care Assistant Certified.
-Hirosaki University Graduate School of Health Sciences, (Ph. D.), Major: Medical Life Sciences.
-Stanford University, ESL Program, Intensive Course, 1987 - 1989.
-Tokyo University of Science, Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Major: Pharmaceutics.
[Qualification / Certificate]
-Pharmacist, Laboratory medical technologist, Public health Laboratory Technologist.
[Membership of academic society]
-Japanese Society of Hematology (JSH)
-Japanese Society of Travel Medicine,
-Japanese Society of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Technology.
-Lecture "Having intestines and improving immunity" Lecturer: Shinichiro Fujita (Professor Emeritus, Tokyo Medical and Dental University), 3/30 Yokohama
- The 10th The Japanese Society of Hematology Kanto Koshinetsu Regional Association "Special Lecture: Impact of AI Application in Hematologic Diseases Treatment" Performer: Prof. Y. Tojo (Hospital of the Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo) 3/23 Gotanda, Tokyo
-Lecture) "The secrets and phrases of English email transmitted" Lecturer: Shinichi Shibata (Professor Professor, Kanda Foreign Language Academy) , 3/19 Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo
-Lecture "English Conversation of Knowledge and Education: The World of the World 2 Artificial Intelligence (AI: Artificial Intelligence)" Lecturer: Shinichi Shibata (Special Professor, Career Education Center, Kanda University of Foreign Studies) , 3/9 Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
-Lecture "Cancer Immunotherapy" Lecturer: Kentaro Oki (Director, Molecular Pathology Laboratory, Division of Childhood Blood and Oncology Division, National Research Institute for Growth and Disease Research) 3/2 Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo
-Lecture "How to interpret health checkup data" Lecturer: Yuji Takazawa (Professor Professor, Tokyo Medical University) , 2/2 Yokohama
-Nurses' Seminar “ Allergy in children. 12/8 Ginza, Tokyo.
-Kansai “infectious diseases and vaccine” seminar. 2018/12/2 Osaka.
-Lecture ”how to express politeness and courteous in English” by David A.Thayne. 12/1 Yokohama.
-Symposium “Tokyo 2020 Olympic and Paralympic games”
All Japan; Enthusiastic movement toward “Festival and Culture”. 11/29 Nihonbashi, Tokyo.
-The 80th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Hematology 10/12-14 Osaka
-Tsurumi University Continuing education (Autumn course 2018/10/4〜2019/01/24),
(1) “Skeletal System & Muscular System; Structure, Development and evolution” , while seeking the structure and history of the human body
(2) “Understanding the Mechanism of diseases from Biology”
-Asahi World Forum 2018. The main theme for 2018; “Commitment to Future Generation --- Building a more tolerant Society. 9/24-26 Tokyo, Japan.
-Tokyo International Sports Medicine Innovation Forum "Japan Way in Sports Medicine beyond 2020" 9/22 Tokyo
-Lecture on introducing Japanese culture "Moon viewing" 9/16 Yokohama
-Lecture on introducing Japanese culture "Fast foods during the Edo period" 2018/8/19 Yokohama
-Lecture on "Japanese Tea Ceremony" 7/18 Yokohama
-Lecture on "Osteoporosis" 7/16 Yokohama
-Lecture on a traditional Japanese culture "Kado" (Japanese flower arrangements) 6/17 Yokohama
-Lecture on a traditional Japanese culture "Japanese architecture " 5/20 Yokohama
-Lecture on a traditional Japanese culture "Japanese sake" 4/1 Yokohama
-Temple University Japan Campus, Continuing Education Course Summer 2012
"Medical English- A Practical Course for Health Professionals" (May - July 2012).
-Hawaii University & Nihon University Joint Program, Extracurricular Lectures and Program
"Cross-cultural communication in English" (July - August 2004, Shizuoka, Japan)
-Communication and Language Associates (CALA), Intensive Seminar Spring Program
"Teaching English to Young Students" (March 1998, Hawaii, USA).
-Two years as an experiment and research assistant in the laboratory of biochemistry, Hokkaido Pharmaceutical University, Japan.
-Two and a half years teaching experience in medical and healthcare English for communication and interpreting about basic knowledge in the subjects of physiology, anatomy and pathology at a private miscellaneous school in Tokyo, Japan.
-Approximately more than 20 years teaching experience in English education especially for beginners and intermediate-level, including Japanese small children, students and adults at English conversation schools in Japan.
1) "Psychosocial Consequences Among Nurses in the Affected Area of the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011 and the Fukushima Complex Disaster: A Qualitative Study". Authors: Hideko Sato, RN, MPH; Teeranee Techasrivichien, PhD; Atsuko Omori, PhD; Masako Ono-Kihara, PhD; and Masahiro Kihara, MD, PhD. About the Authors' Affiliations: Department of Nursing, Tokyo Kasei University, Saitama, Japan (Ms Sato), Department of Global Health and Socio-epidemiology, Kyoto University School of Public Health, Kyoto, Japan (Drs Techasrivichien, Ono-Kihara, and Kihara); and, Medical English Learning Support Association, Tokyo, Japan (Dr Omori). Disaster Med Public Health Preparedness. 2018; page 1-8.
2) "Relationship between radiosensitivity of human neonatal hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells and individual maternal/neonatal obstetric factors". Journal of Radiation Research 51: 755-763, 2010.
3) "Combined impact of the association between prepregnancy body mass index (BMI) and gestational weight gain on the placental/umbilical cord blood volume collected". Journal of Health Science 56: 414-421, 2010.
4) "Influence of obstetric factors on the yield of mononuclear cells, the CD34+ cell count and the volume of placental/umbilical cord blood". The Journal Obstetrics Gynaecology Research 36: 52-57, 2010.
5) "Correlations between the detection of stress-associated hormone/oxidative stress markers in umbilical cord blood and the physical condition of the mother and neonate". The Journal Obstetrics Gynaecology Research 36: 958-964, 2010 .
6) "Maternal and neonatal factors associated with the high yield of mononuclear low-density/CD34+ cells from placental/umbilical cord blood". The Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 215: 23-32, 2008.
Presentation at International meeting:
1) "Influence of obstetric factors on the yield of mononuclear cells, the CD34+ cell count and the volume of placental/umbilical cord blood". The 39th Annual Scientific Meeting of ISEH. Experimental Hematology 2010; 38 (Supplement 1): S 24. 2010, September. Melbourne, Australia.
2) "Impact of the association between prepregnancy BMI and gestational weight gain on the umbilical cord blood volume". The 38th Annual Scientific Meeting of ISEH, Experimental Hematology 2009; 37 (Suppl 1): S 33. 2009, September. Athens, Greece.
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