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Health facility administrator , Neurosurgeon

Takayoshi Matsui, Japanese health facility administrator, neurosurgeon. Medical diplomate; qualified specialist neurosurgery.

Background

Matsui, Takayoshi was born on January 11, 1940 in Marugame, Kagawa, Japan. Son of Shigenobu and Chieko (Nishiyama) Matsui.

Education

Bachelor, Tokyo University, 1967. Doctor of Philosophy, Tokyo University, 1977.

Career

Assistant Tokyo University, 1972-1973. Research fellow Montefiore Medical Center, New York City, 1973-1977. Associate professor Teikyo University, Tokyo, 1977-1983, Osaka Medical School, Takatsuki, Japan, 1983-1984.

Professor Teikyo University, Tokyo, 1984-1988. President Matsui Neurosurg. Hospital, Kanonji, Japan, 1988-1992, Japan Neurological Institute, Japan, since 1988, Matsui Hospital, Kanonji, Japan, since 1992.

Lecturer Osaka Medical School, Takatsuki, since 1985, Ehime University, Matsuyama, Japan, since 1995, Tokyo Womens Medical University, since 2000.

Achievements

  • Medical diplomate; qualified specialist neurosurgery.

Works

  • book

  • Other Work

    • Author: Atlas of Stereoscopic Neuroradiology, 1976, An Atlas of the Human Brain for Computerized Tomography, 1978 (Foreign Minister prize 1981), Color Atlas of Pathology of the Nervous System, 19981, Atlas d'anatomie pathologue due System Nourveux, 1981.

Membership

President Kagawa All Japan Hospital Association, Tokyo, 1997, Orient Medical Research Foundation, Kanonji, 1997. Director Japan Brain Foundation, Tokyo, 1998. Member Japan Society Neurosurgery (councillor since 1968), Japan Association Clinical Neurosurgical Clinics (director since 1998), Congress Neurosurgeons (member editorial board).

Interests

  • Other Interests

    Boat cruising, playing golf, photography.

Connections

Married Mihoko Fukada, June 1, 1971. Children: Masaki, Yumi, Rie.

father:
Shigenobu Matsui

mother:
Chieko (Nishiyama) Matsui

spouse:
Mihoko Fukada

child:
Masaki Matsui

child:
Yumi Matsui

child:
Rie Matsui