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OKAMURA Kazuyuki

Researcher Name
OKAMURA Kazuyuki
Div (Section) name/title
Center for Health and Environmental Risk Research(Molecular Pathology Section)/Senior Researcher
Research Subject
Clarification of the mechanisms of diseases induction by environmental exposure especially focused on cellular senescence and transgenerational epigenetic inheritance
Degree(s)
Doctor of Philosophy in Environmental Studies
Professional Qualification(s)
Biochemistry,Science,Medicine
Environmental Speciality Field
toxicology,chemical substance,Hygiene
Keyword(s)
epigenetics,cellular senescence,arsenic,transgenerational effect,tumor
Membership of Academic Society
The Japanese Society for Hygiene,The Japanese Cancer Association,The Molecular Biology Society of Japan,The Japanese Society for Epigenetics,The Japanese Society for DOHaD,Japanese Society of Immunotoxicology,The Japanese Society of Toxicology,The Japanese Environmental Mutagen Society (JEMS)
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2020
    • 25099 : Research Program on Health and Environmental Safety
    • 25141 : Research Project on Health Impacts of Chemicals on Children and Future Generations
    • 25196 : Project for the Promotion of Environmental Genomics Studies
    • 25250 : Studies on the Effects of Environmental Factors on the Onset/progression of Diseases
    • 25277 : Inheritance of environmental impacts on DNA methylation through sperm to the next generation embryos
  • Fiscal Year: 2019
    • 24696 : Research Program on Health and Environmental Safety
    • 24721 : Research Project on Health Impacts of Chemicals on Children and Future Generations
    • 24837 : Identification of sperm small RNAs involved in multigenerational health effects of environmental chemicals
    • 24838 : Inheritance of environmental impacts on DNA methylation through sperm to the next generation embryos
    • 24858 : Project for the Promotion of Environmental Genomics Studies
    • 24891 : Studies on the Effects of Environmental Factors on the Onset/progression of Diseases
    • 24955 : Investigation of the mechanisms of arsenic-induced carcinogenesis via cellular senescence of fibroblast
  • Fiscal Year: 2018
    • 24304 : Research project on health impacts of chemicals on children and future generations
    • 24355 : Research program on health and environmental safety
    • 24446 : Project for The Promotion of Environmental Genomics studies
    • 24455 : Identification of sperm small RNAs involved in multigenerational health effects of environmental chemicals
    • 24498 : Investigation of the mechanisms of arsenic-induced carcinogenesis via cellular senescence of fibroblast
    • 24504 : Studies on the effects of environmental factors on the onset/progression of diseases
  • Fiscal Year: 2017
    • 23824 : Research project on health impacts of chemicals on children and future generations
    • 23847 : Research program on health and environmental safety
    • 23948 : Studies on the effects of environmental factors on the onset/progression of diseases
    • 23967 : Identification of sperm small RNAs involved in multigenerational health effects of environmental chemicals
    • 23970 : Project for The Promotion of Environmental Genomics studies
    • 24016 : The involvement of cellular senescence in hepatic tumors that increase through multiple generations by gestational arsenite exposure
  • Fiscal Year: 2016
    • 23414 : Research program on health and environmental safety
    • 23415 : Research project on health impacts of chemicals on children and future generations
    • 23484 : Project for The Promotion of Environmental Genomics studies
    • 23558 : Studies on the effects of environmental factors on the onset/progression of diseases
    • 23593 : Studies on epimutations that are involved in the transgenerational effects of environmental chemicals in mice
    • 23594 : Genome-wide DNA methylation analysis of sperm to explore the mechanism of hepatic tumor augmentation in the F2 by gestational arsenite exposure of F0 pregnant female
    • 23661 : The involvement of cellular senescence in hepatic tumors that increase through multiple generations by gestational arsenite exposure
  • Fiscal Year: 2015
    • 23018 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 23256 : Studies on multigenerational late-onset effects of environmental chemicals
    • 23257 : Studies on epimutations that are involved in the transgenerational effects of environmental chemicals in mice
    • 23258 : Genome-wide DNA methylation analysis of sperm to explore the mechanism of hepatic tumor augmentation in the F2 by gestational arsenite exposure of F0 pregnant female
    • 23259 : The involvement of cellular senescence in hepatic tumors that increase through multiple generations by gestational arsenite exposure
    • 23277 : Establishment of an international cooperation for promoting arsenic research
  • Fiscal Year: 2014
    • 22606 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 22719 : Studies on multigenerational late-onset effects of environmental chemicals
    • 22721 : Studies on epimutations that are involved in the transgenerational effects of environmental chemicals in mice
    • 22722 : Establishment of an international cooperation for promoting arsenic research
  • Fiscal Year: 2013
    • 22190 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 22507 : Studies on multigenerational late-onset effects of environmental chemicals
  • Fiscal Year: 2012
    • 21761 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 21986 : Studies of factors contributing to the regulation of epigenetics
  • Fiscal Year: 2011
    • 21480 : Studies of factors contributing to the regulation of epigenetics
    • 21481 : Studies on the mechanism of transcription factor dependent effects of environmental chemicals
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