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☆Non-Profit Organization Medical English Learning Support Association☆
 (NPO-MELSA) Administration & Advisers

     Representative Director: Atsuko OMORI, Ph.D. (Health Sciences)
     Deputy-Representative Director: Nobuyuki MATSUOKA, Ph.D. (Political Science)
                      Norio OTANI
     Director: Yuta KOMORI, Ph.D. (Political Science)
     Auditor: Hideyuki SHIMOTOME, M. (Economics)
     Adviser: Takayuki OSHIMI, Associate Professor,
          International University of Health and Welfare
     Adviser: Nahoko KUROSAWA, Professor, PhD, Department of Pharmacy,
          Hokkaido Pharmaceutical University School of Pharmacy
     Adviser: Mihoko NODA, Professor, PhD, OTR,
          Hokkaido Bunkyo University, Graduate School
          (a former Professor, Department of Development and Aging, Division of Health Sciences,
          Graduate School of Health Sciences, Hirosaki University)

★PROFILE
Atsuko OMORI
[Education]
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.
[Others]
Intensive Seminar Spring Program; Teaching English to Young Students at Communication and Language Associates (CALA) (March 1998, Hawaii, USA).
Extracurricular Lectures and Program; Cross-cultural communication in English under joint program of Hawaii University & Nihon University (July-August 2004, Shizuoka, Japan)
[Work Experience]
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.
[Academic Achievemeents]
Research Paper:
1) Relationship between radiosensitivity of human neonatal hematopoietic stem/progenitor cells and individual maternal/neonatal obstetric factors.
Journal of Radiation Research 51: 755-763, 2010
2) 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
3) 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
4) 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
5) 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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