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MAEKAWA Fumihiko

Researcher Name
MAEKAWA Fumihiko
Div (Section) name/title
Center for Health and Environmental Risk Research(Health Effect Assessment Section)/Senior Researcher
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2017
    • 23824 : Research project on health impacts of chemicals on children and future generations
    • 23847 : Research program on health and environmental safety
    • 23938 : Is sex chromosome-dependent brain sexual differentiation affected by environmental factors?
    • 23975 : A fundamental study for evaluating health impact of environmental factors
    • 24000 : A comprehensive risk management and presentation of toxicity equivalency factors for unintentional brominated dioxin-like compounds
  • Fiscal Year: 2016
    • 23414 : Research program on health and environmental safety
    • 23415 : Research project on health impacts of chemicals on children and future generations
    • 23579 : Establishment of multidisciplinary strategy toward comprehensive understanding of developmental neurotoxicity induced by environmental chemicals in house dust
    • 23580 : Is sex chromosome-dependent brain sexual differentiation affected by environmental factors?
    • 23659 : A fundamental study for evaluating health impact of environmental factors
    • 23727 : A phylogenetic approach to brain focusing on sexual dimorphic nucleus
  • Fiscal Year: 2015
    • 23018 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 23116 : Establishment of multidisciplinary strategy toward comprehensive understanding of developmental neurotoxicity induced by environmental chemicals in house dust
    • 23118 : Is sex chromosome-dependent brain sexual differentiation affected by environmental factors?
    • 23173 : Analysis of vasopressin receptor functions to establish pharmacological approaches to developmental disorders
  • Fiscal Year: 2014
    • 22606 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 22796 : The sex difference of retrotransposon expression in the brain and the relation to reproductive function.
    • 22802 : Establishment of multidisciplinary strategy toward comprehensive understanding of developmental neurotoxicity induced by environmental chemicals in house dust
  • Fiscal Year: 2013
    • 22190 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 22306 : The sex difference of retrotransposon expression in the brain and the relation to reproductive function.
    • 22307 : Feasibility study for establishment of method to assess developmental neurotoxicity in birds
    • 22475 : Exploration of molecular epidemiological indexes to health effects of environmental factors focusing on genetic and epigenetic mutation
    • 22496 : Establishment of Japanese quail standard inbred strains for toxicity testing of chemicals
    • 22544 : Establishment of an international cooperation for promoting arsenic research
  • 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
    • 21987 : The sex difference of retrotransposon expression in the brain and the relation to reproductive function.
  • Fiscal Year: 2011
    • 21319 : Mechanism and evaluation system of the developmental health effects of environmental factors
    • 21480 : Studies of factors contributing to the regulation of epigenetics
    • 21481 : Studies on the mechanism of transcription factor dependent effects of environmental chemicals
    • 21484 : Development of new methods for detecting social impairments caused by environmental factors
  • Fiscal Year: 2010
    • 21051 : Studies to evaluate toxicityies of environmental chemicals focusing on their epigenetic effects
    • 21053 : Studies of factors contributing to the regulation of epigenetics
    • 21055 : Studies on the mechanism of transcription factor dependent effects of environmental chemicals
    • 21249 : Development of new methods for detecting social impairments caused by environmental factors
Research Result (Publication)
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  • Presenter : Maekawa F., Nakamura K., Nakayama S.
    Title : , CHEMICALS IN THE ENVIRONMENT AND BRAIN DEVELOPMENT: IMPORTANCE OF NEUROENDOCRINOLOGICAL APPROACHES (2017)
Research Result (Presentation)
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