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Hiroshi Kondoh

geriatrician , researcher

Hiroshi Kondoh, Japanese geriatrician, researcher. Achievements include discovery of antiageing and anti-oxidative stress effect via enhanced glycolysis; establishment of anti-ageing clinic in Kyoto University Hospital.

Background

Kondoh, Hiroshi was born on March 18, 1967 in Osaka, Japan. Son of Toshio and Setsuko Kondoh.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Kyoto University Medical School, Japan, 1992. Doctor of Philosophy, Kyoto University Medical School, Japan, 2001.

Career

Clinical resident Shimada Hospital, Japan, 1993—1995, Department Geriatrics Medicine, Kyoto University Hospital, 1992—1993, assistant professor, since 2006, chief, antiageing clinic, since 2006, chief manager inpatients, since 2007. Research fellow Wolfson Institute biomedical Research, University College, London, 2001—2004, Cancer Research, London, 2004—2005.

Achievements

  • Achievements include discovery of antiageing and anti-oxidative stress effect via enhanced glycolysis. Establishment of anti-ageing clinic in Kyoto University Hospital.

Works

  • Contributor articles to professional journals, chapters to books.

Membership

Lecturer West Kyoto Geriatric Center, 2006. Member of Open Tissue Engineering & Regenerative Medicine Journal, Molecular Biology Society Japan, Japanese Society Internal Medicine, Japanese Society Geriatrics Medicine, Japananese Society Anti-Ageing Medicine.

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Football, travel.

Connections

Married Asako Toyoda, April 22, 2001. Children: Masaya, Miho.

father:
Toshio Kondoh

mother:
Setsuko Kondoh

spouse:
Asako Toyoda

children:
Masaya Kondoh

Miho Kondoh