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Urologist

Eiji Iwatsubo, Japanese urologist.

Background

Iwatsubo, Eiji was born on November 27, 1941 in Nagasaki, Japan. Son of Torao and Aya Iwatsubo.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Kyushu University, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, Kyushu University, 1982.

Career

Intern United States Naval Hospital, Yokosuka, Japan, 1967-1968. Resident in urology Kyushu University Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan, 1968-1970, Beppu National Hospital, Oita, Japan, 1970-1972. Assistant professor Kyushu University School Medicine, 1972-1978.

Lecturer Harvard School Medicine, Boston, 1978-1979. Chief urology Spinal Injuries Center Labor Welfare Corporation, Iizuka, Japan, since 1979. Clinical professor Kyushu University School Medicine, since 1976.

Visiting professor Miyazaki Medical College, Japan, since 1977, Saga Medical College, Japan, since 1980, Kurume University School Medicine, Japan, since 1984, College Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan, since 1998. Member World Health Organization Expert Advisory Panel on Accident Prevention, 1997-2000.

Works

  • Other Work

    • Author: Atlas of Urological Surgery, 1983, Illustrated Urology, 1991, Q&A for Sexuality of Paraplegia, 1994, Guidebook for Sexuality and Childbirth of the Paralyzed, 1996.

Membership

Member Fukuoka Urological Society (board directors since 1987), Japan Incontinence Society (honorary consultant since 1992), International Medical Society Paraplegia (national delegate 1999-2005, vice chairman 33d meeting 1994), International Incontinence Society, Japan Urological Association (council since 1978), Japanese Neurogenic Bladder Society (executive member since 1986, chairman 24th meeting 1987), Japanese Society Impotence Research (executive member since 1997, chairman 3d western meeting 1992), Japanese Society Spina Bifida Research (executive member 1998-2005), Japanese Medical Society Paraplegia (secretary general 12th meeting 1977, chairman 36th meeting 2001), Japanese Association Rehabilitation (chairman 2d meeting western division 1999), Japan Geriatric Urology (chairman 13th meeting 2000).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Japanese martial arts.

Connections

Married Izue Nono, April 29, 1970. Children: Shiori, Hiroko, Yasuyo, Takahiro.

father:
Torao Iwatsubo

mother:
Aya Iwatsubo

spouse:
Izue Nono

child:
Shiori Iwatsubo

child:
Hiroko Iwatsubo

child:
Yasuyo Iwatsubo

child:
Takahiro Iwatsubo