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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
-Graduate of Cairo University, Egypt.
-Completed clerkship at St.Luke's international hospital, Tokyo.
-joined the graduate school of Nippon Medical School, Mechanobiology and mechanotherapy Laboratory.
-part time lecturer and Medical English and communication class instructor, NMS
[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]
-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]
-Japan University of Economics Graduate School, Pharmacy Management Institute.
-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.
-The 80th Annual Meeting of the Japanese Society of Hematology 2018/10/12-14 Osaka
-Tsurumi University Continuing education (Autumn course),
“Skeletal System & Muscular System; Structure, Development and evolution”
“Understanding the Mechanism of diseases from Biology”
-“Asahi World Forum 2018” 2018/9/24-26 Tokyo, Japan. The main theme for 2018; “Commitment to Future Generation --- Building a more tolerant Society”
-Tokyo International Sports Medicine Innovation Forum "Japan Way in Sports Medicine beyond 2020" 9/22 Tokyo
-The lecture on introducing Japanese culture "Moon viewing" 2018/9/16 Yokohama
-The lecture on introducing Japanese culture "Fast foods during the Edo period" 2018/8/19 Yokohama
-The lecture on "Japanese Tea Ceremony" 2018/7/18 Yokohama
-The lecture on "Osteoporosis" 2018/7/16 Yokohama
-The lecture on a traditional Japanese culture "Kado" (Japanese flower arrangements) 2018/6/17 Yokohama
-The lecture on a traditional Japanese culture "Japanese architecture " 2018/5/20 Yokohama
-The lecture on a traditional Japanese culture "Japanese sake" 2018/ 4/1 Yokohama
-Temple University Japan Campus, Continuing Education Course Summer 2012
"Medical English- A Practical Course for Health Professionals" (May - July 2012).
-Communication and Language Associates (CALA), Intensive Seminar Spring Program
"Teaching English to Young Students" (March 1998, Hawaii, USA).
-Hawaii University & Nihon University Joint Program, Extracurricular Lectures and Program
"Cross-cultural communication in English" (July - August 2004, Shizuoka, Japan)
-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) 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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