Search:
Tokushima University > Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences > 保健学域 > Health Science > Radiological Sciences > Department of Biomedical Science and Technology >
Tokushima University > Graduate School of Health Sciences > Health Sciences > Biomedical Information Sciences >
Tokushima University > Faculty of Medicine > School of Health Sciences > Major in Radiologic Science > Radiologic Science and Engineering >
(CSV files for researchmap) [PDF manual]

Related Information

Related Researchers in Our University

Morita, Akinori (11.5%) / Professor   [Detail]
Portrait
Sex: Male Year of Birth: 1972 A.D.
Phone: +81 - 88 - 633 - 9052 E-mail:  m o r i t a (@) t o k u s h i m a - u . a c . j p 
Academic Degree: Ph. D. Field of Study: Radiation Biology, Radiation Oncology, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Biochemistry, Chemical Biology
His Lecture: Health Physics (Bachelor Course), Advanced health sciences (Graduate School), 先端保健医療学(e-learning等用) (Graduate School), Development of recent radiology (Bachelor Course), Midwifery practice studiesⅠ(Biology:embryology&human development,Human anatomy and Physiology・Pathophysiology of reproduction (Graduate School), Advanced lecture of medical information engineering (Graduate School), Exercise in advanced lecture of medical information engineering (Graduate School), Research in Medical Information Science (Graduate School), Radiation Biology (Bachelor Course), Radiation management (Bachelor Course), Practice in Radiation Protection and Safety (Bachelor Course), Radiation Hygiene (Bachelor Course), Molecular Radiation Biology and Medicine (Graduate School), Exercise in Molecular Radiation Biology and Medicine (Graduate School), Technology of Nuclear Medicine (Bachelor Course), Plactice in Technology of Nuclear Medicine (Bachelor Course), Biochemistry I (Bachelor Course), Basic methods in life sciences (Graduate School)
Subject of Study: Development of novel kind of radioprotectors that relieve the damage of normal tissues in radiation injury., Development of a novel anticancer drug that exerts multiple anticancer potencies.