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NIIYAMA Tomoki

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■Areas of Interest

◆ Possibilities of Establishment of the Network against Global Infectious Diseases: Focusing on Buruli ulcer
◆ Keywords: Buruli Ulcer, Neglected Tropical Diseases

■Academic Achievements

◆ NIIYAMA Tomoki (Ed.) March 25, 2015 Illnesses, Medical Care and Disabilities in Africa: Through Seminars in the "Africa in Front of Us" Series, Report Issued by Research Center for Ars Vivendi of Ritsumeikan University, Vol.23, 168p. ISSN 1882-6539※

◆ September 10, 2014 Neglected Tropical Diseases and International Cooperation: What Can a Small NGO Do to Help Buruli Ulcer Patients?,Gakubunsha, 178p. ISBN-10:4762024732 ISBN-13:978-4762024733 3800 yen+tax [amazon][kinokuniya]

◆ December 1, 2011 Movements by African People with HIV that Moved the World: From a Viewpoint of Survival, Seikatsu Shoin, 216p. ISBN-10:4903690857 ISBN-13: 978-4903690858 3150 [amazon][kinokuniya]

◆ SHIMOMURA Yuki, NIIYAMA Tomoki, FUKUNISHI Kazuyuki, KOEDA Hideki, NARUSE Susumu & FUJIKURARA Tetsuya March 28-30, 2011 "An Integrated Approach to Education Aids in West Africa" International Conference Center of Geneva, Switzerland

◆ March 31, 2010 "A Case Study of Buruli Ulcer: Present Socioeconomic Conditions of Endemic Areas and Limitations of the World Health Organization and Medical-Care-Centered-Support," Core Ethics 6: 287-297 [PDF]/[Abstract in English]

◆ March 29, 2010 Presentation "Report of Buruli ulcer Survey Situation in Togo and Benin: Condition of Hospitals, Support on In-hospital Education, the Work of NGOs," Seminar by Study Group on Anthropology and Sociology of "Ars Vivendi" (Project Led by Graduate Students at Ars Vivendi in Academic Year 2009), Ritsumeikan University

◆ March 20, 2010 "Deployment of Medical NGO concerning a Neglected Tropical Disease, Buruli Ulcer: Using Theories on Civil Society as a Clue"
Ars Vivendi 2:238-248

◆ March 20, 2010 "Survey of Neglected Tropical Disease: Buruli Ulcer"
Ars Vivendi 2:398-400

◆ SHIMOMURA Yuki, FUJIKURARA Tetsuya, FUKUNISHI Kazuyuki & NIIYAMA Tomoki March 30 to April 3, 2009 "A Report on Volunteer Actions for Buruli ulcer Children by SCOBU" African Summit on Neglected Tropical Diseases(Technical Sessions on Buruli ulcer), Palais des Congrès, Cotonou, Benin

◆ March 31, 2009 "Roles and Functions of a Campus NGO in International Medical Aid Programs: A Case Study of a University Project for Buruli Ulcer in Japan" Core Ethics 5:251-260 [abstract] (http://www.ritsumei.ac.jp/acd/gr/gsce/ce/ce5engtext.htm#21)

◆ NIIYAMA Tomoki & FUKUNISHI Masako January 30, 2009 "Globalization and Neglected Tropical Diseases: A Case of Buruli Ulcer" Medical Treatment and Society Seminar 34: 26-40

◆ December 20, 2008 "Possibilities of Establishment of the Network against Global Infectious Diseases: Focusing on Buruli ulcer" Public Interview to Ms. Tsuyama, Naoko: "From Apartheid to Democratization: 20 Years with People in South Africa", Ritsumeikan University

◆ December 4, 2008 Designated Questions, Workshop on From SARS to Bird Flue: Public Health and Animial Diseases Between Hong Kong and Guangdong" Ritsumeikan University

◆ SHIMOMURA Yuki, FUJIKURA Tetsuya, FUKUNISHI Kazuyuki & NIIYAMA Tomoki March 31 to April 2, 2008 "Evaluating KIU Programs For BU Children", WHO Annual Meeting on Buruli ulcer 31 March to 2 April 2008, International Conference Center Geneva (CICG), Switzerland

◆ March 2008 Master's Thesis "Experimental Study on Support of Non-Government Organization against 'Neglected Tropical Diseases': A Case of Project SCOBU against Buruli Ulcer" Ritsumeikan University

◆ 2008 "Globalization and Neglected Tropical Diseases" Multiculturalism and Social Justice Working Paper Series, No.6

◆ 2008 "Trend of International Non-Government Organizations on Buruli ulcer Problems: Focusing on the Work of Project SCOBU" Multiculturalism and Social Justice Working Paper Series, No.7

◆ SHIMOMURA Yuki, FUJIKURA Tetsuya, FUKUNISHI Kazuyuki & NIIYAMA Tomoki April 2-4 2007 "Citizen's Participation: An Integrated Movement for BU Advocacy", WHO Annual Meeting on Buruli ulcer 2-4 April 2007,WHO, Geneva, Switzerland

■Overseas Fieldwork

Study on the Neglected Tropical Disease: Buruli Ulcer (Academic Year 2009)
Conducted in Togo and Benin with the Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research (09J08622) and the Fund for Assisting Young Researchers' Global Research Activities

■Project

◆ Project SCOBU (Save the Children of Buruli Ulcer) at Kobe International University
Project Website (Japanese)
http://www.h6.dion.ne.jp/~nkf-info/bu/index.html

■Webpage-making within Arsvi.com

Neglected Tropical Diseases

■Others

◆ April 20, 2011 "Support for Infectious Diseases" http://www.ritsumei-arsvi.org/en/news/read/id/1



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