Tomoko Kitamura | OMICS International
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Journal of Pain & Relief
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Tomoko Kitamura

Sendai Pain Clinic Center
Miyagino-ku Sendai
Miyagi, 983-0039, Japan


Dr. Kitamura born 1979 in Saga, Japan, Ms. Kitamura studied organ with Tsuguto Hirosawa and harpsichord with Shin-ichiro Nakano and Akiko Kawaguchi from 1998 to 2005 at the Elisabeth University of Music of Hiroshima, Japan. From 2003 until 2007 she continued her organ studies at the Belgium Flanders Center in Osaka with Akiko Sakakura. Ms. Kitamura has attended master courses with Jacques van Oortmerssen, Umberto Pineschi, Lorenzo Ghielmi, Edoardo Bellotti, Christoph Bossert, William Porter, Ludger Lohmann, Arvid Gast, Zsigmond Szathmáry, Jaroslav Tůma, Guy Bovet, Olivier Latry and Martin Gester, among others. She received the Shirakawa Prize of the Italian Organ Summer Academy of Gifu, Japan in 2007 and was a finalist at the Arp-Schnitger Competition in 2012 and the second international organ competition “AGATI-TRONCI” in 2013. She won the second prize in the second International Organ Competition “Camillo Guglielmo Bianchi Varzi,” in Italy in July 2013. Since October 2009, she has been studying organ (Early Music) at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen in the organ class of Edoardo Bellotti, Hans Davidsson and Harald Vogel; clavichord with Ulrika Davidsson; harpsichord with Carsten Lohff and harmonium with Winfred Dahlke.

Research Interest

Her research interest includes the relevance of herpes zoster duplex, nerve block, postherpetic neuralgia (PHN).


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