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Nishimura, Akiyoshi (78.9%) / Professor   [Detail]
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Sex: Male Year of Birth: 1961 A.D.
Phone: +81 - 88 - 633 - 7084 E-mail:  n c c 1 7 0 1 a b c d e (@) t o k u s h i m a - u . a c . j p 
Academic Degree: Doctor of Philosophy(Meidcal Science) Field of Study: Medicine
His Lecture: SIH(Strike while the Iron is Hot) Training (Common Curriculum), Health Crisis Manegement (Graduate School), Public Health (Bachelor Course), Reconstructional Pathology (Graduate School), Practice of Reconstructional Pathology (Graduate School), 医と法 (Bachelor Course), Medicine and Law, Ethics (Common Curriculum), Medical Jurisprudence and Legal Medicine (Bachelor Course), Medical English (Bachelor Course), 卒業試験_本番 (Bachelor Course), Pathologic Medicine for Cutaneo-Motor System - Practice of Experiment and Clinical Research (Graduate School), Practice in Nutritional Education (Bachelor Course), Forensic Medicine (Bachelor Course), Forensic Medicine and Medical Legislation (Bachelor Course), 法医学実習 (Bachelor Course), Disaster Medicine and Manegement (Graduate School), Introduction to Biological Ethics (Graduate School), Introduction to Biological Ethics (Graduate School), Social Medicine (Bachelor Course), Practice (Bachelor Course), Introduction to clinical practice (Bachelor Course), Introduction to clinical practice (Bachelor Course), Introduction to clinical practice (Bachelor Course), Introduction to clinical practice (Bachelor Course), Advanced OSCE (Bachelor Course), Introduction to Pharmaceutical Sciences 1 (Bachelor Course), Human Genetics and Public Health (Bachelor Course), Basics of disaster prevention (Common Curriculum)
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