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Satoru Takahashi, Japan

Posted By Amy Cassini, Thursday, March 27, 2014

First Name: Satoru 

 

Last Name: Takahashi 

 

Title: Attending / Consultant 

 

Number of years in current role: 10 

 

Affiliated Institution: Department of Urology, Nihon university School of Medicine 

 

City: Tokyo 

 

State / Province: Tokyo 

 

Country: Japan 

 

Email Address: takahashi.satoru@nihon-u.ac.jp   

 

Have you ever served in a teaching/management role before? Yes 

 

Have you ever served as a mentor before? Yes 

 

If so, where? Japanese urological association 

 

How many studies have you served as the primary investigator on? 20 

 

I can provide mentorship in the following categories (please check all that apply):

·        research advice

·        coordinating research collaborations

·        teaching visiting physicians treatment methods (surgical or non-surgical)

·        setting up international research sabbaticals 

 

What qualifies you to be a mentor in the areas you checked? publications and experience in academic medical associations 

 

Which of the following are areas of interest to you? (please check all that apply):

·        Prolapse

·        Stress urinary incontinence

·        Urge urinary incontinence

·        Vaginal surgery

·        Laparoscopic surgery

·        Vaginal mesh

·        Clinical research 

  

Tags:  collaborations  international research sabbaticals  mesh  prolapse  research  research advice  sabbaticals  SUI  surgery  teaching  teaching visiting physicians treatment methods  transvaginal mesh  treatment methods  urge urinary incontinence  UUI 

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