Dr. Niwa

Dr. Niwa ist ein bekannter Arzt und Forscher aus Japan, welcher mit seinen Erkenntnissen über die Auswirkungen von freien Radikalen weltweit für Aufsehen sorgte. Im Rahmen seiner über 30-jährigen Forschungstätigkeit konnte er nachweisen, dass die meisten Krankheiten sowie der Alterungsprozess durch freie Radikale verursacht werden.
Dr. Niwa führt in Japan sein eigenes Spital sowie 9 Kliniken. Dort werden Haut- und Immunkrankheiten sowie Krebs mit vorwiegend natürlichen Medikamenten behandelt. 

Medical School (graduation): The Medical Department, Kyoto University, Kyoto, Japan 

Doctor of Medical Science: Yukie Niwa, M.D., D.M.S. Obtained from Kyoto University, 1976

 Professional Society Memberships:

- Japanese Society for Immunology

- The Japan Society for Clinical Immunology

- Japanese Society of Allergology

- The Japanese Society of Inflammation and Regeneration

- Japanese Society of Hematology

- The Japanese Society of Internal Medicine

- Japanese Dermatological Association

- The Japanese Society for Investigative Dermatology

- Japan College of Rheumatology

- The Japanese Biochemical Society

- Japanese Cancer Association

- Japan Society of Clinical Oncology

 Past Appointments: - Clinical Physician in the Department of Dermatology in Kyoto University, 1963-1965

- Clinical Physician in the Department of Dermatology in Osaka Red Cross Hospital, 1965-1972

- Adjunct Professor of 3rd Internal Medicine, Shimane Medical University, 1980-1987

- Adjunct Professor of Dermatology, Kansai Medical University, 1983-2007

- Adjunct Professor of the Department of 1st Internal Medicine of Aichi Medical University, 1987-1990

- Adjunct Professor of the Doctor course of medical department of Kobe University, 1992-1994

- Adjunct Professor of Molecular and Cell Structural Science (Anatomy), Kanazawa Medical University, 2003-2007

Present Appointments: - Head of Niwa Institute for Immunology, 1974 to present

- Director of Tosashimizu Hospital and other 9 clinics in Japan

 Research:

- Pioneer in the study of Reactive Oxygen Species and the SOD Enzyme

 Engagements:

- Specialized in the treatment and research of atopic dermatitis, rheumatism and all kinds of cancer forms

Developed anticancer agents and small molecule antioxidants such as SOD like actions foods.

Publications:

 - More than 70 research papers in International Medical Magazines in English.

- Published many books on Reactive Oxygen Species and Atopic Dermetitis. Some books were translated into English and Korean.

 Committees:

 - Behcet’s Disease Research Committee of Japan, Ministry of Welfare, Japan, 1982-1987 

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