保健学専攻

  • Master's Courses 
    修士課程
  • Doctoral Courses 
    博士課程

Radiological Disasters and Medical Science災害放射線医学

  • 確定的影響(組織反応)と確率的影響
  • 実効線量と等価線量
  • 福島第一原子力発電所
  • 原子力規制
  • Radiation safety and risk management
  • Evaluation/measurement of radiation doses and radiation effects in humans
  • Development of diagnostic-imaging systems for use in disasters
  • 放射線教育

STAFF

Professor

  • Chida, KoichiProfessor. 千田 浩一 教授

Other Faculty / Staff

  • Suzuki, Masatoshi
    Lect. 鈴木 正敏 講師
  • Inaba, Yohei
    Assistant Prof. 稲葉 洋平 助教

CONTACT

TEL:+81-22-717-7943
E-MAIL:chida*med.tohoku.ac.jp
(「*」を「@」に変換してください)

OUTLINE

The Division of Radiological Disasters and Medical Science, Tohoku University, has provided a course in radiological technology since 2012.
The Fukushima Nuclear Power Plant accident generated strong public interest in radiation and radioactive material. Nevertheless, many members of the public have misconceptions regarding the effects of radiation in humans.
Our laboratory evaluates radiation doses and radiation effects in humans, analyzes the management of radiation exposure from nuclear hazards and medical procedures, and develops diagnostic imaging systems for use in disasters. Our research includes studies addressing radiation issues related to both disasters and medicine. Specifically, our main areas of research and education are:
-Radiation safety and risk management;
-Evaluation/measurement of radiation doses and radiation effects in humans;
-Development of diagnostic imaging systems for use in disasters;
-Optimization of radiation protection;
-Methods for reducing radiation; and
-Public education regarding radiation and radioactivity.
Our laboratory believes that it is also important to educate students in related fields.

原子力災害や放射線医学利用における放射線防護基準の確立等を遂行するために、「人体・環境に対する放射線影響評価」や「放射線被曝の被曝防護に関する医学的研究」などを多角的に実施しています。放射線被曝測定評価とその防護、放射線や被曝に対する正しい理解の普及、災害時等の画像診断システム開発、そしてそれらの関連分野を含めた当該領域における研究・教育・人材育成を推進し社会に貢献することを目指しています。
我々は、当該領域での診療放射線技術や医学物理や災害放射線医学に関する、「教育」および問題解決能力を有する「研究者育成」を行い、さらに科学的探求心を基に新しい技術を開発し、世界へ有用な情報を発信しその成果を社会に還元します。

  • Analysis of the Effect of Chronic and Low-Dose Radiation Exposure
    内部被ばく影響評価

  • Dose-dependent decrease in anti-oxidant capacity after irradiation: A novel potential marker for biodosimetry.
    微量の血液から被ばく線量推定:被ばく線量が多いと血中の抗酸化能が低下

  • Public education regarding radiation and radioactivity.
    放射線教育実演(パンフレットおよびタブレット教材)

  • X-ray imaging systems for disaster medicine
    災害医療用のX線撮影システム

ARTICLE

Sun L, Inaba Y, et al. Total body irradiation causes a chronic decrease in antioxidant levels. Sci Rep. 2021;11(1):6716. doi: 10.1038/s41598-021-86187-1.

Sun L, Inaba Y, et al. Identification of Potential Biomarkers of Radiation Exposure in Blood Cells by Capillary Electrophoresis Time-of-Flight Mass Spectrometry. Int J Mol Sci. 2020;21(3):812. doi: 10.3390/ijms21030812.

Suzuki M, et al. Correlation of Radiocesium Activity between Muscle and Peripheral Blood of Live Cattle Depending on Presence or Absence of Radiocontamination in Feed. Radiat Res. 2019;192(6):589-601. doi: 10.1667/RR15418.1.

Sun L, Inaba Y, et al. Dose-dependent decrease in anti-oxidant capacity of whole blood after irradiation: A novel potential marker for biodosimetry. Sci Rep. 2018;8(1):7425. doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-25650-y.

Kashimura Y, Chida K. Nuclear Reactor Accident Fallout Artifacts: Unusual Black Spots on Digital Radiographs. AJR Am J Roentgenol. 2015;205(6):1240-3. doi: 10.2214/AJR.15.14557.

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