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Masumi Minowa

epidemiologist

Masumi Minowa, Japanese epidemiologist. Member National Infectious Diseases Surveillance Committee, Japan, since 1990. Member Japanese Society Public Health (board directors since 1993), Japan Epidemiological Association (board directors since 1991), Japan Medical-Dental Association for Smoking Control (board directors since 1992).

Background

Minowa, Masumi was born on June 14, 1944 in Sabae, Fukui, Japan. Son of Kindayu and Misao (Kato) Minowa.

Education

Bachelor of Medicine, Kanazawa (Japan) University, 1969. Diploma in public health, Institute Public Health, Tokyo, 1975.

Career

Medical official Mattou Health Center, 1972-1973. Chief division diseases prevention Yamashiro Health Center, 1973-1975. Director Wajima Health Center, Ishikawa, Japan, 1975-1977.

Researcher department epidemiology Institute Public Health, 1977-1979, chief infectious diseases section, 1979-1989, director epidemiology, since 1989.

Works

  • Author: Indoor Air Quality, 1990. Editor: History and Review of SMON Research, 1991, AIDS Control, 1995.

Membership

Member National Infectious Diseases Surveillance Committee, Japan, since 1990. Member Japanese Society Public Health (board directors since 1993), Japan Epidemiological Association (board directors since 1991), Japan Medical-Dental Association for Smoking Control (board directors since 1992).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Bird watching.

Connections

Married Sachiko Tanaka, November 23, 1972. 1 child, Tsubasa.

father:
Kindayu Minowa

mother:
Misao (Kato) Minowa

spouse:
Sachiko Tanaka

child:
Tsubasa Minowa