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Kazuaki Chayama

Kazuaki Chayama, Japanese medical educator. Achievements include research in effect of interferon therapy on hepatocellular carcinogenesis in patients with chronic hepatitis type C; research in association of amino acid sequence in the PKR-elf2 phosphorylation homology domain and response to interferon therapy.

Background

  • Chayama, Kazuaki was born on December 10, 1955 in To-haku Chou, Tottori, Japan. Son of Michito and Mitsuyo Chayama.

  • Education

    • Doctor of Medicine, Hiroshima (Japan) University, 1981. Doctor of Philosophy, Tokyo University, 1997.

    Career

    • Staff Mimihara General Hospital, 1981, Toranomon Hospital, Tokyo, 1986. Professor Hiroshima University, 2000.

    Major achievements

    • Achievements include research in effect of interferon therapy on hepatocellular carcinogenesis in patients with chronic hepatitis type C. Research in association of amino acid sequence in the PKR-elf2 phosphorylation homology domain and response to interferon therapy.

    Connections

    • Married; 1 child.
    • father: Michito Chayama
    • mother: Mitsuyo Chayama
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    Born December 10, 1955
    (age 61)
    Nationality
    • 1981
      Hiroshima (Japan) University
    • 1997
      Tokyo University
    • 1981
      Staff Mimihara General Hospital
    • 1986
      Staff Mimihara General Hospital
      Tokyo, Japan