Kodzue Kinoshita

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Name
Kodzue Kinoshita
URL
https://www.kodzue-kinoshita.com/
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Wildlife Research Center
Job title
Assistant Professor
Degree
Ph.D
Other affiliation
twinstrust
ORCID ID
https://orcid.org/0000-0002-5804-5485

Profile

I study on conservative physiology of endangered species with researchers, zoo/aquariums, and NPO/NGO staffs in Japan and overseas. Also, I perform the outreach activity that made use of result of the scientific study in an environmental education with zoos, NPO/NGO and companies.

Research Areas

 
 

Academic & Professional Experience

 
Apr 2017
 - 
Today
Assistant Professor, Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
 
Sep 2014
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Mar 2017
Assistant Professor, Primate Research Institute, Kyoto University
 
Nov 2016
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Jan 2017
Expert, MAB Networking Section, UNESCO
 
Apr 2012
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Aug 2014
JSPS postdoctoral fellow, Wildlife Research Center, Kyoto University
 
Oct 2011
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Mar 2012
postdoctoral fellow, Aguricultural Science, Kobe Univeristy
 

Education

 
Apr 2007
 - 
Sep 2011
Faunal Diversity Sciences,Department of Bioresource Science, Agricultural Science, Kobe University
 
Apr 2003
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Mar 2007
Natural Environmental Science, Department of Human Development, Kobe University
 

Awards & Honors

 
2018
Beneficial effect of hot spring bathing on stress levels in Japanese macaques, Primates Social Impact Award, Primates
Winner: Takeshita RSC, Bercovitch FB, Kinoshita K, Huffman MA.
 

Published Papers

 
Expression of human mutant cyclin dependent kinase 4, Cyclin D and telomerase extends the life span but does not immortalize fibroblasts derived from loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta)
Fukuda T, Eitsuka T, Donai K, Kurita M, Saito T, Okamoto H, Kinoshita K, Katayama M, Nitto H, Uchida T, Onuma M, Sone H, Inoue-Murayama M, Kiyono T
Scientific Reports   8(1) 9229   2018   [Refereed]
Takeshita RSC, Bercovitch FB, Kinoshita K, Huffman MA
Primates      2018   [Refereed]
Development and validation of an enzyme immunoassay for fecal dehydroepiandrosterone-sulfate (fDHEAS) in Japanese macaques (Macaca fuscata)
Takeshita RSC, Huffman MA, Bercovitch FB, Kinoshita K
International Journal of Primatology      2018   [Refereed]
Takeshita RSC, Huffman MA, Kinoshita K, Bercovitch FB
Physiology & Behavior   181 43-50   2017   [Refereed]
Conflicts between Humans and Snow Leopards in Mongolia and India
Kodzue Kinoshita, Dale M. Kikuchi
18 65-71   2017   [Refereed]
Kinoshita K, Sano Y, Takai A, Shimizu M, Kobayashi T, Ouchi A, Kuze N, Inoue-Murayama M, Idani G, Okamoto M, Ozaki Y.
Journal of Medical Primatology   46(1) 3-8   2017   [Refereed]
Vance CK, Tolleson DR, Kinoshita K, Rodriguez J, Foley WJ
Journal of Near Infrared Spectroscopy   24 1-25   2016   [Refereed]
Kinoshita K, Kuze N, Kobayashi T, Miyakawa E, Narita H, Inoue-Murayama M, Idani G, Tsenkova R
Primates   57 51-59   2016   [Refereed]
Yamanashi Y, Teramoto M, Morimura N, Hirata S, Suzuki J, Hayashi M, Kinoshita K, Murayama M, Idani G
MethodsX   3 110-117   2016   [Refereed]
Near infrared spectra of body fluids reveal the relationship between water spectral pattern and the oestrous cycle
Kinoshita K, Tsenkova R
NIR news   26(5) 4-5   2015

Misc

 
Challenge of conservative physiology in snow leopards: from captive to wild animals
Kodzue Kinoshita
The 7th International Workshop on Tropical Biodiversity Conservation Focusing on Large Animal Studies      Oct 2018
The relationship between pregnancy of wild Borneo Orangutan and fruit availability
Kuze N, Kanamori T, Mendonca R, Yamazaki S, Tajima T, Tsutaya T, Bernard H, Malim P, Kinoshita K, Khoshima S
The 7th International Workshop on Tropical Biodiversity Conservation Focusing on Large Animal Studies      Oct 2018
3-D camera trapping: a novel method for morphometric and locomotive measurements in snow leopards (Panthera uncia)
Kikuchi DM, Kinoshita K, Zhumabai uulu K, Sharma K
Conservation Asia 2018      Aug 2018   [Refereed]
Challenge of conservative physiology in snow leopards with collaboration of noninvasive methods
Kinoshita K, Kikuchi DM, Luecke S, Zhumabai uulu K, Sharma K
Conservation Asia 2018      Aug 2018   [Refereed]
To carry or not to carry: changes in stress hormones in a case of dead infant carrying in Japanese macaques
Takeshita RS, Huffman MA, Kinoshita K, Bercovitch FB
The 9th Annual Symposium of Leading Graduate Program in Primatology and Wildlife Science      Mar 2018
Peripartum glucocorticoid levels in a case of dead infant carrying in Japanese macaques
Takashita RSC, Huffman MA, Kinoshita K, Bercovitch FB
   Jan 2018
Endocrinological characteristic of Yaku sika deer
Kinoshita K, Agetsuma-Yanagihara Y, Agetsuma N, Sugiura H, Hanya G, Hayakawa T, Yanagawa Y
The 7th International Seminar on Biodiversity and Evolution: Genetic and Hormonal Analyses on Wild Animals      Nov 2017
Application possibility of non-invasive hormonal analysis for the estimation of wildlife physiological state
Kodzue Kinoshita
The 6th International Symposium on Tropical Biodiversity in Large      Oct 2017
The Effect of a Hot Spring on Stress Levels in Japanese Macaque
Takeshita RS, Huffman MA, Kinoshita K, Bercovitch FB
7th European Federation of Primatology, Strasbourg      Aug 2017   [Refereed]
The relationship between pregnancy of wild Borneo Orangutan and fruit productivity
Kuze N, Kanamori T, Mendoca R, Yamazaki S, Tajima T, Tsutaya T, Bernard H, Malim P, Kinoshita K
The 6th International Seminar on Biodiversity and Evolution-Wildlife Science by New Biologging studies-      May 2017   [Invited]

Conference Activities & Talks

 
Development of a field-friendly method for steroid hormone analysis of wild animals
Kodzue Kinoshita
Symposium of Intergrative Biology -Biodiversity in Asia-   Feb 2019   
Urinary sex steroid hormone and placental leucine aminopeptidase concentration differences between live and stillbirths of Bornean orangutans (Pongo pygmaeus)
Kodzue Kinoshita
Jun 2017