Atsushi Fukunaga, Japanese neurosurgeon, researcher. Achievements include research in neuropsychological evaluation for patients with unruptured cerebral aneurysms before and after surgery; research in povidone-iodine ointment and gauze dressings associated with reduced catheter-related infection in seriously ill neurosurgical patients & medical malpractice in the Japanese neurosurgical field.
Fukunaga, Atsushi was born on September 4, 1966 in Iwakuni, Yamaguchi Prefecture, Japan.
Doctor of Philosophy, Keio University School Medicine, Shinjuku-ku, Tokyo, 2004. Juris Doctor, Daito Bunka University Law School, Shinjuku-ku, 2007.
Resident Keio University School Medicine, 1992—2000, assistant, since 2002. Medical staff Saiseikai Kanagawaken Hospital, Kanagawa-ku, Japan, 2000—2002. Researcher Ogawa Laboratories Brain Function Research, Shinjuku-ku, 2002—2006.
Contributor chapters to books to professional journals.
Member of Japan Brain Dock Society, A New Guideline Creating Committee.
Tennis, baseball, music, travel.
Son of Junji and Kazuko Ueda, Susumu Fukunaga. Married Shizuka Fukunaga. Children: Yoshino, An, Mei.