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pathologist , public health counselor

Akinori Kojima, Japanese public health counselor, pathologist. Achievements include the establishment of experimental models of organ-specific autoimmune diseases in mice. Recipient Eleanor-Roosevelt fellowship Union for International Cancer Control, 1978.

Background

Kojima, Akinori was born on November 2, 1943 in Yao, Osaka, Japan. Son of Takaji and Kazuko Taguchi Kojima.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Kyoto University, 1968. D.Med.Sci., Kyoto University, 1977.

Career

Researcher Aichi Cancer Center Research Institute, Nagoya, Japan, 1971-1977, senior researcher Japan, 1977-1990. Director Environmental Health Department Nagoya City Public Health Research Institute, 1990-1993. Director Nagoya City Moriyama Health Center, 1993-1994.

Counselor public health Public Health Bureau, City of Nagoya, 1994-1997. Director Nagoya City Public Health Research Institute, since 1997. Visiting investigator Jackson Laboratory, Bar Harbor, 1978-1980.

Achievements

  • Achievements include the establishment of experimental models of organ-specific autoimmune diseases in mice.

Connections

Married Yukiko Tanaka, November 2, 1973. Children: Tomoko, Reishi.

father:
Takaji Kojima

mother:
Kazuko Taguchi Kojima

spouse:
Yukiko Tanaka

child:
Tomoko Kojima

child:
Reishi Kojima