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Bando H

Bando H
Editor-in-Chief 
Bando H
Instructor
Medical Research
Tokushima University
Japan

Biography

Dr. Bando graduated from Tokushima University in 1981. After obtaining the ECFMG certificate, he participated the family practice residency training in United States. He got the degree of Doctors of Medicine in 1989, and engaged in the research of endocrine and metabolic medicine in Tokushima University as an instructor and associate professor. He has been board member and specialist in several medical societies, such as diabetes, primary care, anti-aging medicine, integrated medicine (IM), psychosomatic medicine. He was a chairman of 8th annual congress of Japanese Primary Care Association in 2017 with 4500 attendants. Besides medicine, he has been a music therapist (MT) and a pianist with the award of silver medal in the European International Piano Concours (EIPIC) in Japan (2013). He has been a sportsman in athletic, baseball, ice-skate and in-line skate.

Research Interest

Diabetes, Life Style Related Disease, Primary Care, Psychosomatic Medicine, Anti-Aging Medicine, Integrative Medicine, Music Therapy, Sport Medicine, Endocrinology And Metabolism

Publications

Development of Primary Care, Lifestyle Disease and New ElderlyAssociation (NEA) in Japan – Common Philosophy With Hinohara-ism

Bando H, Yoshioka A, Iwashimizu Y, Iwashita M and Doba N
Mini Review: Primary Health Care 2017, 7: 281
DOI: 10.4172/2167-1079.1000281
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