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Kazushi Motomura

Associate Professor Section of Viral Infections Osaka University Japan


Kazushi Motomura is workinng as Associate Professor in Section of Viral Infections, Osaka University, Japan. He also working in Research Institute for Microbial Diseases, Osaka University, Japan.  He affiliated from National Institute of Infectious Diseases. 

Research Interest

The Section of viral Infections focuses on three emerging and reemerging viral diseases that are prevalent in Asian countries including Thailand in collaboration with the National Institute of Health, Department of Medical Sciences, Ministry of Public Health of Thailand. The first one is mosquito-borne infectious diseases, and we study chikungunya fever from epidemiological, molecular biological and immunological aspects. The second one is blood-borne infectious diseases (HIV diseases/AIDS), and we perform virological and immunological characterization of the HIV-1 CRF01_AE strains prevalent in Southeast Asian countries including Thailand. In addition, the studies to elucidate the mechanism of the anti-retroviral drug resistance are in progress. The last one is enteric viral diseases including norovirus and hepatitis A virus infections, in which we perform molecular epidemiological studies using specimens from patients with diarrhea as well as environmental water. We also perform genetic analysis of the viruses and develop control measures of the diseases.