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Akane ANAI

「写真:Akane ANAI」

Research Assistant Professor

- Specialty -
Environmental Epidemiology, Public Health

Career Summary:

2007-2011 : Graduated from College of Asia Pacific Studies, Ritsumeikan Asia Pacific Univeristy
2012-2014 : Master in Health Life Sciences, Kumamoto University
2014-2018 : Ph.D. in Medicine , Kumamoto University
2018-2019 : Postdoctoral Researcher, National Institute for Minamata Disease
2019-2021 : Research Associate, Graduate School of Medicine, Tohoku University
2021-now : Researcher, Institute for Asian and Oceania Studies, Kyushu University

Research:

One of my life goals is lead people healthy and happy. Leading people being healthy is very important because it is strongly associated to happiness of people. For this goal, I have been working on researched such as health behaviors and health effect of pesticide exposure. In particular, I am interested in the effects of the surrounded environment and health behavior of pregnant women on the health of infant and women.

Relevant Countries in Asia & Oceania:

Korea, China, Taiwan, Hong Kong, Thailand, India, Nepal, Fiji, Australia

Committee roles and Outreach activities:

The Japanese Society of Hygiene

Links:

List of Selected Publications:

1
Anai A, Hisada A, Yunohara T, Iwasaki M, Arizono K, Katoh T. Urinary neonicotinoids level among pregnant women in Japan. Int J Hyg Environ Health. 2021;236:113797.
2
Lu X, Hisada A, Anai A, et al. Study of the Correlation Between Multiple Chemical Sensitivity and Personality Using the Quick Environmental Exposure Sensitivity Inventory Questionnaire and the Temperament and Character Inventory. J Occup Environ Med. 2020;62(7):e348-e354.
3
Anai A, Ueda K, Harada K, Katoh T, Fukumoto K, Wei CN. Determinant factors of the difference between self-reported weight and measured weight among Japanese. Environ Health Prev Med. 2015;20(6):447-454.
4
Ghotbi N, Anai A. Assessment of the knowledge and attitude of female students towards cervical cancer prevention at an international university in Japan. Asian Pac J Cancer Prev. 2012;13(3):897-900.