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Psychiatrist , writer

Nariakira Moriyama, Japanese psychiatrist, writer. Recipient Yoshikawa Eiji beginner prize, Kodansha, Tokyo, 1993, Yamamoto Shugoro prize, Shinchosha, 1995, Shibata Renzaburo prize, Shueisha, 1997. Fellow: Japanese Association Morita Therapy; member: Japanese Impotence Association.

Background

Moriyama, Nariakira was born on January 22, 1947 in Ogori, Fukuoka, Japan.

Education

Bachelor, Tokyo University, 1969. Doctor of Medicine, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, 1978. Doctor of Philosophy, Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan, 1988.

Career

Foreign assistant St. Marguerite Hospital, Marseilles, France, 1979—1980. Foreign resident St. Anne Hospital, Paris, 1980—1981. Assistant professor Kyushu University, Fukuoka, 1982—1988.

Chief psychiatrist Yahata Kosei Hospital, Kitakyushu, Japan, 1988—1990, vice director, since 1990.

Membership

Fellow: Japanese Association Morita Therapy. Member: Japanese Impotence Association.