Shiho Fujita

J-GLOBAL         Last updated: Oct 14, 2009 at 00:00
Shiho Fujita
Yamaguchi University
Faculty of Agriculture, Veterinary Medicine
Job title
Assistant Professor
D.Sc(Kyoto University), M.Sc(Kyoto University)

Research Interests


Research Areas


Academic & Professional Experience

JSPS research fellow (DC1), JSPS research fellow (PD), Research fellow of Primate Research Institute, Kyoto university


Graduate School, Division of Natural Science, Kyoto University
Faculty of Veterinary Medicine, Hokkaido University


Effects of ovarian status, oocyte morphology and hormone supplement on in vitro maturation of domestic cat oocytes.
Fujita S
Japan Journal of Veterinary Research   45 123-124   1997
Artificial insemination and pregnancy of a chimpanzee
Fujita S, Matsuzawa T, Matsubayashi K
Primate research   15 251-257   1999
Hirata S, Yamakoshi G, Fujita S, Ohashi G, Matsuzawa T
American Journal of Primatology   53 93-97   2001
Fujita S, Mitsunaga F, Sugiura H, Shimizu K
American Journal of Primatology   53 167-176   2001
Bardi M, Shimizu K, Fujita S, Borgognini-Tari S, Huffman MA
International Journal of Primatology   22 647-662   2001

Books etc

Primate Parasite Ecology
Cambridge University Press   2008   

Conference Activities & Talks

Hormonal correlates of maternal style in captive macaques.
The 16th Annual Congress of Primate Society of Japan   2000   
Maternal behavior and maternal estrogen metabolites changes in the feces of captive macaques (Macaca fuscata, M. mulatta).
The XVIIIth Congress of the International Primatological Society   2001   
Female sexual behavior during the ovarian cycle in wild Japanese macaques.
An International Symposium on “The Barbary Macaque: Comparative and Evolutionary Perspectives”   2003   
Activity, diet, fecal steroids and reproductive parameters in female chimpanzees: comparisons between Mahale (Tanzania) and Bosssou (Guinea).
An International Symposium on “African Great Apes: Evolution, Diversity and Conservation”   2004   
Monitoring health status by using non-invasive sampling methods in wild chimpanzees.
Conference on “Diseases - the third major threat for wild Great Apes?”   2004   

Research Grants & Projects

Behavioral and ecological study of reproduction in wild primates
The Other Research Programs
Project Year: 1997   
Sutudy on health monitoring of wild great apes
Global Environment Research Fund
Project Year: 2006