Shirakawa Koichi

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Name
Shirakawa Koichi
Affiliation
Kyoto University
Section
Center for Southeast Asian Studies
Research funding number
70791888

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Academic & Professional Experience

 
2016
 - 
Today
Affiliated Assistant Professor, Grobal Humanosphere, Center for Southeast Asian Studies, Kyoto University
 

Published Papers

 
Caution on use of anti-malaria drag for control of mixed infection of malaria: Baysian anlysis of malaria data from Sarawak, Malaysia
Shirakawa Koichi
Parasitic Zoonoses in Asia-Pacific Regions 2012   25-28   Mar 2013   [Refereed]

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Special Issue: Abstracts of the 8th European Congress on Tropical Medicine and International Health & 5th Conference of the Scandinavian-Baltic Society for Parasitology, 10–13 September 2013, Copenhagen, Denmark
Shirakawa Koichi
Tropical Medicine & International Health   18 144   Sep 2013

Conference Activities & Talks

 
The factor analysis for dormancy promotion and the defeat of Plasmodium vivax
Shirakawa Koichi, Mitsuaki Nishibuchi
EMBL Conference BioMalPar XIV: Biology and Pathology of the Malaria Parasite, Heidelberg   23 May 2018   
Emergence and spread of the patients with infectious disease through major  transportation facilities
Shirakawa Koichi
Center for Spatial Information Science of the University of Tokyo Annual Research Presentations 2016   Nov 2016   
Characterization of disease accumulation of malaria in Sarawak using the economic epidemiological analysis.
Shirakawa Koichi
Dec 2015   
Analysis of the mechanism of glucose metabolism inhibition, as a cause of hypoglycemia, in falciparum malaria using a systems biology approach
Shirakawa Koichi
Nov 2014   
Hypoglycemia in malaria: Systems biological analysis to mechanism of impaired glucose metabolism,11th International Coccidiosis Conference 2014
Shirakawa Koichi
11th International Coccidiosis Conference 2014   Oct 2014   
Network theory and systems biological analysis to the interaction between the three; anti drag type malaria parasite and anti malaria drag molecule, placebo drag molecule . The 13th Awaji International Forum on Infection and Immunity in Nara
Koichi Shirakawa, Mitsuaki Nishibuchi
The 13th Awaji International Forum   Sep 2014   
Molecular genetics and systems biological analysis to the pathogenesis of drug-resistant type malaria
Shirakawa Koichi,Mitsuaki Nishibuchi
IUMS 2014,Montreal, Canada   28 Jul 2014   
Genomic analysis for drug resistant malaria
Shirakawa Koichi
SSociety of Genome Microbiology,Japan   7 Mar 2014   
The analysis of the factor affecting the outbreak of resistant type malaria: application of macro-and micro-epidemiology to the control of the drug-resistant type
Shirakawa Koichi
8th European Congress on Tropical Medicine & International Health (ECTMIH 2013),Copenhagen,Danmark   Sep 2013   
The analysis of the factor affecting the outbreak of resistant type malaria: Application of Mathematical Epidemiology to the control of the drug-resistant type 
Shirakawa Koichi
International Meeting on Emerging Diseases and Surveillance,Wien,Oesterreich   15 Feb 2013   The International Society for Infectious Diseases
Caution on use anti-malarial drag for mixed and infectious control of super infection of malaria particular: baysian analysis of malaria data from Sarawak malaysia
Shirakawa Koichi
Oct 2012   
Characteristics of malaria in various areas of Sarawak, Malaysia caught from prevalence clustering
Shirakawa Koichi
Sep 2012   
A hypothesis on diversification on Plasmodium species based on the comparative analysis of the reiterated sequence and the genome sequence encoding the infection control protein
Shirakawa Koichi
Sep 2012   
Analysis of Malaria Data from Sarawak, Malaysia:caution on Use of Anti-Maralial Drug for Mixed Infection and Infectious Control of Super Infection of Maralia in particular
Shirakawa Koichi
Aug 2012   
An Epidemiological analysis to evaluate effect ofintervention on dynamics of community-level infection byP.vivax in Southeast Asia: Elucidation of a feature uniqueto the malaria parasite
Shirakawa Koichi
Sep 2011   
A hypothesis on diversification of Plasmodium species based on the comparative analyses of the reiterated-sequence and the genome sequence encoding the infection control proteins
Sep 2010   

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