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IWAI Miyuki

Researcher Name
IWAI Miyuki
Div (Section) name/title
Center for Health and Environmental Risk Research(Exposure Dynamics Research Section)/Researcher
Research Subject
Environmental Health Sciences, Toxicology
Degree(s)
Ph.D.
Professional Qualification(s)
Pharmacy
Environmental Speciality Field
Environmental Health Sciences,Toxicology
Keyword(s)
Methylmercury,Toxic metals,Environmental pollutants
Membership of Academic Society
The Japanese Society for Hygiene,The pharmaceutical society of japan,The Japanese Society of Toxicology
Research Subject
  • Fiscal Year: 2017
    • 23823 : Project to develop integrated approaches to detecting and assessment of multiple and unknown chemicals, and building environmental monitoring networks
    • 23824 : Research project on health impacts of chemicals on children and future generations
    • 23847 : Research program on health and environmental safety
    • 23859 : Japan Environment and Children
    • 24147 : Exposure dynamics research
  • Fiscal Year: 2016
    • 23414 : Research program on health and environmental safety
    • 23415 : Research project on health impacts of chemicals on children and future generations
    • 23416 : Project to develop integrated approaches to detecting and assessment of multiple and unknown chemicals, and building environmental monitoring networks
    • 23441 : Japan Environment and Children's Study
    • 23551 : The Role of cholesterol hydroxylase against methylmercury-induced neurotoxic effect
    • 23612 : Exposure dynamics research
Research Result (Publication)
  • all
  • Original Paper
Research Result (Presentation)
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  • Research Presentation
  • Research Lecture
  • Birth weight of male infants is susceptible to prenatal exposure to methylmercury-Tohoku Study of Child Development
    Presenter : Tatsuta N., Kurokawa N, Nakai K., Suzuki K, Iwai-Shimada M., Sakamoto M., Murata K., Satoh H.
    Name of Society : Prenatal Programming and Toxicity V (PPTox V) (2016)
    Name of Proceedings : Abstracts