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Japanese English Menu About Us Departments Facilities Joint Usage/Research Center Education Home Jobs Publications Directions Contact Home Facilities Tropical Medicine Museum Tropical Medicine Museum The museum exhibits and preserves a wide range of items, including overview panels on tropical diseases, specimens of parasites, bacteria, viruses, pathogenic insects and dangerous animals, visual materials, books and other valuable documents from the history of medicine. In the audiovisual section, visitors can watch videos of mosquitoes sucking blood and a variety of other genres on an 80-inch large screen. A new section has also been set up where visitors can classify mosquitoes and separate male and female mosquitoes, with the aim of increasing interest in and understanding of tropical infectious diseases among many people. Website --> Members Professor and head Wataru Iijima Technologist Kazuo Araki Research Fellow Hiroki Uchida Assistant Misato Obuchi --> In FY2022, the number of visitors to the museum remained considerably reduced (approximately 600, about half the number before the coronavirus epidemic) due to the impact of the new coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19), as in the previous year. The main activities of the museum under these circumstances were. Museum management: approximately 100 overview panels on diseases that frequently occur in the tropics, microscopic images, pathological films, specimens and models of pathogen vectors, a model of a high-safety laboratory(BSL-4) facility and BSL-4 protective clothing are displayed and explained to domestic and international visitors. Languages available are Japanese, English and Chinese. n addition to the regular museum operations, the following activities were also undertaken. 1) From the perspective of infection control measures against COVID-19, an online seminar mainly for junior and senior high school students was organised as "Nekken Summer School 2022" instead of the Nekken Summer School, as in the previous year. The theme was 'Offensive and Defensive Measures against Various Infectious Diseases', and four young researchers gave presentations. The museum was well received by the more than 100 participants and the speakers facilitated a smooth Q&A session. 2) A request was received for a group visit from a high school in the Kanto region. The day started with a 30-minute classroom lecture entitled 'Welcome to the Museum of Tropical Medicine', followed by a visit to the Museum of Tropical Medicine, a visit to the 150th anniversary museum in Ryojun Kaikan, and a viewing of a video introducing the Institute in the large seminar room, with each group rotating through their respective posts. The students then gathered again in one place for a closing speech, after which they disbanded. The students were later thanked for their contribution to broadening their perspectives. The Institute's IT (Information Technology) environment maintenance and management: For the first time in five years, the servers and network equipment were updated, and the information equipment was renewed. At the same time, the Institute's website was encrypted and the site continues to be maintained and managed. In addition, the Institute is working to improve the environment, including a system for lending IT equipment to meet the diverse needs of researchers and others at the Institute of Tropical Medicine. RESEARCH: Prof. Okumura conducts research in Lao PDR and Republic of Guinea. She collects epidemiological data on infectious diseases, health seeking behavior, nutrition etc. in order to identify risk factors affect people’s health. Also, she collects various kinds of information on BSL-4 laboratories in the world to establish much secure environment of the National Research Center for the Control and Prevention of Infectious Diseases, Nagasaki University. --> Recent main research achievement Kounnavong et al. Intl Health 2021;14(3):319-328. Delamou et al. Trop Med Health 2021;49:38. Canara et al. BMC Public Health 2020;20(1):e1298. Okumura et al. J Intl Health 2019;34(1):35-43. Delamou et al. Lancet Glob Health 2017;5(4):e448-e457. Achievement list 2021 2020 2019 2018 2017 2016 2015 --> Back to Facilities Menus Home Information About Us Departments Facilities Joint Usage/Research Center Publications Education Jobs Links Nagasaki University Nagasaki University Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Nagasaki University School of Tropical Medicine and Global Health DEJIMA Infectious Disease Research Alliance (DIDA) Nagasaki University Nagasaki University's Academic Output Site (NAOSITE) Nagasaki University Office for Global Relations Nagasaki University Medical University Research Administrator Office Japanese Society of Tropical Medicine The Council of Joint Usage / Research Centers in National Universities Council for Institutes and Centers of Japanese National Universities Directions Contact Us Japanese English 1-12-4 Sakamoto Nagasaki 852-8523 TEL +8195-819-7800 In-House only Copyright ⓒ Institute of Tropical Medicine, Nagasaki University All Rights Reserved. site policy Script Error Activate Javascript in your web browser.

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