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Tokuma Yanai

Department of Veterinary Pathogenetic Science
United Graduated School of Veterinary Science
Gifu University


Tokuma Yanai is a Professor of Gifu University and Senior Board Member of the Asian Society of Conservation Medicine (ASCM). He graduated from Miyazaki University, Veterinary Course in 1978, and got his Master's degree (1980) and PhD degree (1992) from the University of Tokyo. From 1980 to 1992, he was a toxicologic pathologist working at a pharmaceutical company, and moved to Gifu University, Department of Veterinary Pathology in 1992. From 1997 to 1999, he worked at Harvard Medical School as a visiting associate professor. In 2005, he became a major organizer of the Asian network for conservation medicine. His interests are pathological aspects of zoo and wild animals, especially zoonoses and other infectious diseases. His group discovered Equine Herpesvirus 9 (EHV-9), which caused an outbreak in a Japanese zoo, and clarified its pathogenicity. Currently his group focuses on nontuberculous mycobacteria in animals.

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Pathological aspects of zoo and wild animals, especially zoonoses and other infectious diseases


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