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hospital administrator , physician

Masaya Kino, Japanese hospital administrator, physician. Fellow: American College of Physicians, Japanese Society Internal Medicine, Japanese Circulation Society, American College Cardiology, American Heart Association (international).

Background

Kino, Masaya was born on January 19, 1947 in Osaka, Japan. Son of Takeshi and Chiyoko Kino.

Education

Doctor of Medicine, Osaka Medical College, Takatsuki, Japan, 1971.

Career

Resident Osaka Medical College Hosp, Japan, 1971-1973. Teaching fellow cardiology Tufts University Medical School, Boston, 1973-1974. Intern Faulkner-Lemuel Shattuck Hospital, 1974-1975.

Resident New England Deaconess Hospital, 1975-1976. Cardiology fellow Beth Israel Hospital, Boston, 1976—1977. Physician Osaka Medical College Hospital, Japan, 1977-1986.

President Hokusetsu General Hospital, Takatsuki, Japan, since 1986. Clinical professor medicine Osaka Medical College, since 2002. Director cardiology Osaka Medical College Hospital, Japan, 1981—1984.

Vice president Japanese Education Clinical Cardiology Society, 1986—2004, president, since 2005. Councillor Fellow's Association of Japanese Society Internal Medicine, since 1997, vice president, 2000—2004, president, 2004—2007.

Membership

Fellow: American College of Physicians, Japanese Society Internal Medicine, Japanese Circulation Society, American College Cardiology, American Heart Association (international).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Guitar, golf, watching movies.

Connections

Married Sumiko Chiba, November 5, 1978. Children: Mayumi, Keiichiro.

father:
Takeshi Kino

mother:
Chiyoko Kino

spouse:
Sumiko Chiba

child:
Mayumi Kino

child:
Keiichiro Kino