Department of Paediatric Diseases, Insitute of Tropical Medicine, Nagasaki University
JAPANESE
1-12-4 Sakamoto, Nagasaki 852-8523, Japan
TEL:+81-95-819-7764 / FAX:+81-95-819-7844
Noriko kitamura
Assistant Professor
Noriko Kitamura
Keywords
pediatric infectious disease,
newborn care, surveillance
Noriko Kitamura
EDUCATION
  • 2011 MPH&TM, Tulane University, Graduate school of public health and tropical medicine, USA
  • 2002 Bachelor of Medicine, Osaka-city University, Osaka, Japan
QUALIFICATIONS
  • Sep 2007 Board Certified Pediatrician, Japan Pediatric Society
  • May 2002 Medical Doctor, Ministry of Health and Welfare, Japan
JOB EXPERIENCES
  • Sep 2015 - Dec 2015 Medicine Sins Frontiere, Sierra Leone, Epidemiologist
  • Sep 2014 - Sep 2015  Action Contre la Faim (ACF), Sierra Leone, Surveillance Expert
  • April 2013 - April 2014  WHO Sierra Leone , DPC/EPI, UNV/Public Health Specialist
  • Feb 2012 - Feb 2013  National Institute of Nursing Research, National Institutes of Health, Research Fellow
  • Jan 2011 - Apr 2011  JICA Ethiopia, Expert of Public Health and Primary Health Care
  • May 2007 - Aug 2009  Shizuoka Children’s Hospital, Department of Pediatric Cardiology, Pediatrician
  • May 2004 - Apr 2007  Kinki University Nara Hospital, Pediatrician
  • Jun 2003 - Apr 2004  Shimada-City Municipal Hospital, Pediatrician
  • May 2002 - May 2003  Kyoto University Hospital, Pediatrician
SELECTED PUBLICATIONS
  • Henderson W.A., Martino A.C., Kitamura N, Kim K.H., Erlen J.A.Symptom Status Predicts Patient Outcomes in Persons with HIV and Comorbid Liver Disease. AIDS Research and treatment. 2012.
  • Kitamura N, Nii M, Sakamoto K, Ono Y. Prenatally diagnosed hypo-plastic left heart syndrome with intact atrial septum and ventriculocoronary arterial fistula. J Echocardiogr. 2010; 8:59-61.
  • Kitamura N, Chapter “Kawasaki Disease” in Key point of Pediatric Clinical Practice for residents edited by Yoshibayashi. Bunkoudou, Tokyo Japan, 2008 (Japanese).
  • Kitamura N, Yoshibayashi M. A Case of Kawasaki Disease complicated with oligouria. Progress In Medicine. 2006; 26(7): 1552-55 (Japanese)