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 Department of Forensic Medicine
Summary Research grants & projects Published papers


   KIBAYASHI Kazuhiko
Associate Professor:
   Ryo Shimada
Assistant Professor:
   TAKI Takashi
Assistant Professor:
   Nakao Ken-ichiro
   TATARA Yuki
   MACHIDA Mitsuyo
■ Summary
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■ Research grants & projects
1.    (Grant No.:22H03368)
 Budget amount:\4,800,000  (Principal investigator)
2.    (Grant No.:22K10621)
 Budget amount:\1,600,000  (Principal investigator)
3.    (Grant No.:21K10532)
 Budget amount:\1,800,000  (Principal investigator)
4.    (Grant No.:20K18988)
 Budget amount:\700,000  (Principal investigator)
 Budget amount:\1,000,000  (Principal investigator)
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■ Research works
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■ Published papers
Original article
1. Ryo Shimada*, Kibayashi Kazuhiko:  Changes in the number of traffic collisions during the various waves of COVID-19 infection in Japan.  PLoS ONE  17 (12) :e0278941 , 2022.12   DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0278941
2. Ryo Shimada*, Yuki Tatara, Kazuhiko Kibayashi:  Gene expression in meningeal lymphatic endothelial cells following traumatic brain injury in mice.  PLoS One  17 (9) :e0273892 , 2022.9   DOI:10.1371/journal.pone.0273892
Case report
1. Takashi Shimazui*, Nobuya Kitamura, Kuniyuki Kako, Shinya Iwase, Toshinao Suzuki, Shota Hoshino, Hiromi Futagami, Kazuhiko Kibayashi, Ken-ichiro Nakao:  High flow continuous hemodiafiltration successfully decreased blood pregabalin levels in a patient with severe pregabalin intoxication: A case report.  Renal Replacement Therapy  8 :60 , 2022.11   DOI:10.1186/s41100-022-00449-w
2. Ken-ichiro Nakao*, Yuki Tatara, Kazuhiko Kibayashi:  An autopsy case of Δ9-tetrahydrocannabinol (THC) detected in commercial cannabidiol (CBD) oil.  Research and Practice of Forensic Medicine  65 :155-160 , 2022
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