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Department of Tumor and Diagnostic Pathology
 
Kazuko Shichijo
Assistant Professor
Kazuko Shichijo, Assistant Professor
Title & Licence : Philosophical Doctor (Medicine),
Pharmacist
Special field : - Experimental Pathology
- Human Pathology
- Molecular Pathology
- Radiation Science
- Pharmacology
Educational
background :
- Nagasaki University, Pharmaceutical Department
- Doctor of Medicine (Nagasaki-University)
Work
experience :
- Japan Society for the Promotion of Science; Research Associate, Duke University, Surgery Department, USA (Prof. N. Theodore N. Papas)
- Assistant Professor of Division of Tumor and Diagnostic Pathology, Atomic Bomb Institute, Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
Academic
Society :
- The Japanese Society of Ulcer Research (Councilor)
- The Japanese Pharmacological Society (Councilor)
- Japan Society of Neurovegetative Research (Councilor)
- The Japan Radiation Reseach Society
- The Japanese Society of Pathology
Lecture: - A lecturer in pathology at Nagasaki Women College
1) Progress Research to health risk estimation, management and medical education of radiation
Plutonium remaining in the specimen of A-bomb victims at Nagasaki was determined by a classical method of autoradiography. These results may be a clue to investigate the effect of internally deposited radionuclide originated from A-bomb on human health, especially alpha-particle emitters with long half-lives.
2) Applied research of regenerative medicine for tissue damage by high dose exposure to radiation
Radiation therapy causes radiation colitis and tumor. The extra-colonic cells contribute to abnormal repair in radiation colitis of rats transplanted with GFP marrow after sub-lethal irradiation. In the regenerative stage of radiation colitis, treatment of cytokine, DNA damage response and genomic instability in carcinogenesis were studied.
3) Collaboration with Hiroshima University, H24“Investigation of plutonium and internal exposure in A-bomb victims-part 2”
Alpha-particle emitters remaining in the specimen of A-bomb victims at Nagasaki was determined.


 
Assistant Professor
Katsuya Matsuda, Assistant Professor
Title & Licence : Ph.D., Cytotechnologist (JSC/IAC)
Special field : - Clinical Cytology
- Experimental Pathology
- Molecular Pathology
- Radiation Effect Sciences
- Human Pathology
Academic
Society :
- Japanese Society of Clinical Cytology (Councilor・Director of Kyushu-Okinawa  office・Vice Chair of Nagasaki office)
- Japanese Society of Gynecological cancer Screening (Councilor)
- The Japanese Society of Pathology
- Japanese Association of Medical Technologists
- Japan Endocrine Pathology Society
- The Japan Thyroid Pathology Society
- The Japan Radiation Reseach Society
Pathological analyses of radiation-induced thyroid tumor genesis in rat.
Analysis of the tumor suppressor gene abnormality associated with the molecular targeted therapy.
Study of the genomic instability in uterine cervix lesion.


Zhanna Mussazhanova
Assistant Professor
Zhanna Mussazhanova, Assistant Professor
Title & Licence : M.D., Ph.D.
Special field : - Human pathology
- Molecular pathology
- Thyroid oncology
Academic
Society :
- The Japanese Society of Pathology


Zhanna Mussazhanova
Graduate Student
Luong Thi My Hanh,
Graduate Student (4th)
Title & Licence : M.D. (Hanoi Medical University)
Special field : - Human pathology
Academic
Society :
- The Japanese Society of Pathology




































 
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