Japan Post Kyoto Teishin Hospital ,
Yukihiko Tokunaga, MD, PhD, an associate professor in the Doctoral Program in Biological Sciences at the University of Tsukuba, where I teach ecology, theoretical biology, biometry, and computer programming. He specialize in population biology using a wide range of materials, including natural communities of egrets and herons in the eastern region of the Kanto Plain; laboratory populations of bean weevils collected from all over the world; natural populations of bumble bees in urban and rural regions, and the in silico digital bugs that occupy gigabytes on the hard disks attached to my computers. His speciation philosophy was converted to Wrightian from Fisherian when I studied evolution and ecology under Prof. Michael Wade in 1995-1996. 1. Surgical Techniques General Surgery, Hepatobiliary Surgery, and Gastrointestinal Surgery. (finished residency training including Pediatric surgery, Cardiovascular surgery, Pulmonary surgery, and Anesthesiology& critical care medicine). Liver transplantation (including reduced-size liver transplantation and living related liver transplantation) 2. Experimental Surgery on Laboratory Animals Hepatectomy and gastrointestinal Surgery (rat, pig, and dog); Isolated liver perfusion (rat, pig and dog); Liver Transplantation (rat, pig, dog); Some other procedures (rat and rabbit) 3. Biochemistry Enzymatic and HPLC analysis of biochemical metabolites; Isolation and polarographical analysis of mitochondria; Fluorometric analysis of cytochromes of mitochondria; Fluorometric analysis of pyridine nucleotides; Characterization of hormone receptors in gastrointestinal tracts; Data analysis of clinical results of medical procedures 4. Oncology and Chemotherapy Surgical Oncology and research in Gastrointestine, Pancreas, and Hepatobiliary Chemotherapy with anticancer agents for Gastrointestine, Pancreas and Hepatobiliary
Gastrointestinal Surgery; Liver Transplantation ; Surgical Techniques; Anesthesiology and Critical Care Medicine; Oncology; General Surgery
(Aesthetic & Cosmetic Surgery),
German Center of Trauma Surgery at the Hannover Medical School ,
Altintas (13.05.1983) is Professor for Plastic surgery in Germany. He graduated from Ruhr University Bochum, Germany. His Doctoral thesis was about Tendon Transfer for Radial nerve Palsy at the BG Trauma Center Ludwigshafen, Department of Plastic and Hand Surgery at the Ruperto Carola University of Heidelberg, Heidelberg, Germany. He has a Master’s degree (M.Sc.) in Public health from Ruperto Carola University in Heidelberg. His surgical career started at general surgery at the University Heidelberg, followed by German Center of Trauma Surgery at the Hannover Medical School. He worked at the Department of Plastic Surgery, Burn and Hand Surgery Center, Cologne Merheim, Germany. Altintas hold board certification for Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery. He was Senior Consultant at the Department of Plastic and Hand Surgery at the University of Essen, Essen, Germany, and since 2011, he has been a Vice Director of the Department of Plastic Surgery Diakonische Kliniken Hannover. Dr. Altintas is a member of the editorial board in numerous Journals in Plastic and Aesthetic Surgery such as Advanced in Wound care (impact Factor 5.2) He presented more than 80 papers at national and international scientific meetings. He has published more than 50 peer reviewed papers in scientific journals and various book chapters. His research focuses on Aesthetic Surgery, Reconstructive plastic procedures and wound healing.
Aesthetic Surgery, Reconstructive Plastic Procedures and wound healing