J-GLOBAL ID:200901017041321936   Update date: May. 31, 2020


Research field  (1): Radiology
Research keywords  (1): Nuclear Medicine
MISC (199):
Books (5):
  • Artifacts in FDG-PET. Clinical PET Principles and Applications (Kim EE, Lee MC, Inoue T, Wong WH, eds)
    Springer 2004
  • Present and future of nuclear nephro-urology. In: Nishimura T, Strauss HW, and Fukuchi M, eds. The Scintillating Future of Nuclear Medicine-Kobe
    Elsevier 2000
  • Targeted Molecular Imaging in Oncology
    Springer-Verlag, New York 2000
  • Radioimmunodetection of Colorectal Cancer Using 99mTc-Labeled Anti-CEA Antibody - Evaluation of Tumor-to-Normal Tissue Ratio on SPECT Images -. In: Matsuzawa T, ed.
  • Malignancy of glioma estimated by PET-18F-FDG, PET-11C-methionine, and SPECT-201Thallium. In: Tabuchi K, ed. Biological aspect of brain tumors.
    Springer-Verlag, Tokyo 1991
Lectures and oral presentations  (83):
  • Development of 76Br-labeled amino acid derivative for PET imaging of tumor
    (第69回日本癌学会総会 2010)
  • Contrast and non-contrast US findings of hepatic metastasis from malignant pheochromocytoma.
    (European Congress of Radiology (ECR) 2010 2010)
  • Improved tumor targeting of 64Cu-labeled streptavidin in colorectal xenografts pretargeted with biotinylated bevacizumab.
    (World molecular imaging congress(世界分子イメジング学会) 2010)
  • Clinical significance of [18F]-α-methyl tyrosine PET as a potential surrogate marker of LAT1 expression for predicting prognosis of non-small cell lung cancer.
    (ASCO2010 2010)
  • Improvement of the dynamic Tc-99m GSA SPECT using 180-degree interpolative reconstruction.
    (SNM2010 2010)
Education (3):
  • - 1991 Gunma University Graduate School, Division of Medical Sciences
  • - 1985 Gunma University Faculty of Medicine School of Medicine
  • - 1985 Gunma University Faculty of Medicine
Work history (1):
  • Gunma University Graduate School of Medicine, Biosystem Medicine Oncology Associate Professor
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