The 27th JEA ASM

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Special Lecture

"Possibilities Yielded by the Medical Number System and Medical ICT"
 January 26(Thu)14:45~15:45


Akira Morita, the head of the National Institute of Population and Social Security Research (IPSS)


Yoshikazu Nakamura (Department of Public Health, Jichi Medical University)

"An overview of Danish national birth cohort research that has utilized data from the Danish Civil Registration System and Disease Registration System."
 January 26(Thu)15:45~16:45


Mads Melbye (Professor, MD, DMSc; Executive Vice President, Statens Serum Institut, Denmark)


Hiroyasu Iso(Public Health Graduate School of Medicine, Osaka University)

Presidential Lecture :January 26(Thu)9:00~9:45

"Epidemiology to Contribute to Life-Course Health Care"


Zentaro Yamagata (Department of Health Sciences, School of Medicine, University of Yamanashi)


Seiji Yasumura(Department of Public Health, Fukushima Medical University)

Symposium :January 26(Thu)9:50~11:30

"Leaders' experiences of the governance of cohort studies: starting-up, running and harvesting"


Akiko Tamakoshi
(Department of Public Health, Hokkaido University Graduate School of Medicine)
Katsuyuki Miura
(Department of Public Health, Shiga University of Medical Science)


1. The Hisayama Study
    Yutaka Kiyohara(Hisayama Research Institute For Lifestyle Diseases)
2. Tohoku Medical Megabank Organization
    Ichiro Tsuji(Tohoku University)
3. Japan Public Health Center-based Prospective Study
    Shoichiro Tsugane(National Cancer Center)

Academic Committee Symposium :January 27(Fri)13:00~15:00

"Epidemiologic research with clinicians"


Hirohito Sone
(Department of Hematology, Endocrinology and Metabolism, Niigata University Graduate School of Medical and Dental Sciences)
Yoshihiro Miyamoto
(National Cerebral and Cardiovascular Center, Department of Preventive Cardiology)


1. Epidemiologist's supports for clinical research
    Takayoshi Ohkubo(Teikyo University)
2. Clinician's requests to epidemiologists
    Osamu Takahashi(St. Luke's International Hospital)
3. Biostatistician's supports for clinical research
    Yoshitaka Murakami(Toho University)
4. Up-to-date information of ethics for epidemiologic research
    Kaori Muto(The University of Tokyo)

Special Program(International Symposium)
                  :January 26(Thu)17:30~18:30

"Let’s join the national project -Japan Environment and Children’s Study-"


Toshihiro Kawamoto
(Department of Occupational Health, University of Occupational and Environmental Health, Japan)
Hiroshi Nitta
(National Institute for Environmental Studies, Center for Health and Environmental Risk Research)


Mads Melbye(Executive Vice President, Statens Serum Institut, Denmark)
Shoji Nakayama(National Institute for Environmental Studies)

Special Program Topics :January 26(Thu)12:3013:45

"White paper on tobacco and related ethics"


Tomotaka Sobue(Graduate School of Medicine Department of Social and Environmental Medicine, Osaka University)


1. White paper on tobacco
    Kohta Katanoda(National Cancer Center)
2. Tobacco control in China
    Peiyu Wang(Peking University)
3. Revision of ethical guidelines for medical research
    Akiko Tamakoshi(Hokkaido University)

Journal of Epidemiology Editorial Committee Program
                  :January 25(Wed)16:30~18:00

"ORCID: essentials for researcher"


Nobuko Miyairi(Regional Director, Asia Pacific)

Epidemiology Seminar :January 25(Wed)13:00~16:30

"Longitudinal analysis from A to Z"

1. Recent findings in survival analysis
    Yuri Ito(Osaka Prefectural Hospital)
2. Statistical methods for case-cohort studies and nested case-control studies
    Hisashi Noma(The Institute of Statistical Mathematics)
3. Basics of multilevel analysis
    Naoki Kondo(The University of Tokyo)
4. Multilevel analysis: example 1
    Takeo Fujiwara(Tokyo Medical and Dental University)
5. Multilevel analysis: example 2
    Kohta Suzuki(Aichi Medical University)