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Yuko Akazawa
Associate Professor
Yuko Akazawa, Associate Professor
Title & Licence : M.D., Ph.D.
Board Certified Internist, Board Certified Hepatologist of the Japan Society of Hepatology
Special field : - Board Certified Member of the Japanese Society of Internal Medicine,
- Board Certified Gastroenterologist of the Japanese Society of Gastroenterology
- Board Certified Member of the Japan Gastroenterological Endoscopy Society
- Board Certified Hepatologist of the Japan Society of Hepatology
Academic
Society :
- The Japanese Society of Internal Medicine
- The Japanese Society of Gastroenterology
- Japan Gastroentelogical Endoscopy Society
- The Japan Society of Hepatology
- The Japanese Society for Helicobactor Research


Mutsumi Matsuyama, Assistant Professor
Assistant Professor
Mutsumi Matsuyama, Assistant Professor
Title & Licence : Ph.D.
Special field : - Experimental Pathology
- Radiation Effect Sciences
- Molecular pathology
Educational
background :
- Saga University, Department of Agriculture,
- Doctor of Medicine (Nagasaki-University)
Work
experience :
- GCOE Researcher (postdoc), Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, 2007-2012
- Assistant Professor, Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences, Nagasaki University, 2012-
Academic
Society :
- The Japanese Society of Pathology
- The Japan Radiation Research Society
- Japan Endocrine Pathology Society
Exposure to ionizing radiation (IR), especially during childhood, is a well-known risk factor for thyroid cancers. A large proportion of the thyroid cancer cases among children in the LSS cohort exposed to the bombs were attributed to radiation exposure, but there was little evidence of any effect among adults. To evaluate the radiosensitivity of immature and adult thyroid follicular epithelial cells in vivo, we analyzed the histological alterations, induction of apoptosis, cell proliferation, expression of DNA damage response molecules including p53 pathway, and induction of autophagy in rat thyroid glands after external irradiation.




































 
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