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Ando Kiyoshi

アンドウ キヨシ | Ando Kiyoshi
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Homepage URL  (1): https://sites.google.com/view/behavior100/
Research field  (3): Pharmacology ,  Neuroscience - general ,  Neuroscience - general
Research keywords  (9): Brain imaging ,  Behavioral analysis ,  Cognitive function ,  marmoset ,  Primate ,  Neuroscience ,  Preclinical Study ,  Parkinson's disease ,  Neurodegenerative disease
Papers (65):
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MISC (20):
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Lectures and oral presentations  (33):
  • パーキンソン病モデル・マーモセットにおける in vivo イメージング検出による神経変性と行動的症候発現の相関
    (第6回日本マーモセット研究会大会 2016)
  • Behavioral pharmacological effects of dopaminergic drugs in common marmosets pretreated with subcutaneous MPTP or intracerebral 6-OHDA
    (The Society for Neuroscience 2014, Washington DC. 19 November 2014 2014)
  • Behavioral baseline of the MPTP-treated common marmoset in preclinical studies on Parkinson's disease.
    (The Society for Neuroscience 2013, San Diego. 2013)
  • Measurement of cognitive function in the common marmoset using iPad.
    (The 43th Annual Meeting of Japanese Society for Neuropsychopharmacology, Ginowan. 2013)
  • MPTP-induced Parkinson's disease model of the common marmoset as a guidepost and a stepping stone in developing neurodegenerative models in nonhuman primates.
    (2013 KALAS International Symposium, Jeju island. 2013)
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Education (2):
  • 1962 - 1967 Keio University, Graduate School, Master Course & Doctoral Course
  • 1958 - 1962 Keio University
Professional career (2):
  • Ph.D., in Medicine (Gunma University, Medical School)
  • Ph.D., in Psychology (Keio University, Graduate School)
Work history (1):
  • 2020/04 - 現在 The Neurobehavioral Analysis Links Chair
Association Membership(s) (3):
THE JAPANESE PHARMACOLOGICAL SOCIETY ,  THE JAPANESE SOCIETY OF NEUROPSYCHOPHARMACOLOGY ,  THE SOCIETY FOR NEUROSCIENCE
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