School of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Science
郡山尚紀 コオリヤマ タカノリ
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Name

KOHRIYAMA Takanori

Affiliation (Master)

School of Veterinary Medicine, Department of Veterinary Science

Degree

獣医学博士, 東京大学

Research Activities

Research Areas

Life sciences, Veterinary medicine

Published Papers

Cortisol Changes in Bottlenose Dolphins in the Dolphin Interactive Program, Marin MATSUSHIRO, Hirofumi KURONO, Keiko YAMAMORO, Takanori KOORIYAMA, Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research, Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research, 20210500, Refereed
Bacterial Community Analysis of Captive Marine Mammals Pool Water using Next-Generation Sequencer, Sayuri WAKAMATSU, Misato NAKAMURA, Marin MATSUSHIRO, Masatoshi TSUNOKAWA, Yoshinori SHIMAMOTO, Daiji ENDOH, Takanori KOORIYAMA, Japanese Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, Japanese Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 20200600, Refereed
Composition Analysis of the Colostrum and Attempted Hand-rearing of a Neglected Harbor Porpoise (Phocoena phocoena), MATSUSHIRO, M, TSUNOKAWA, M, MATSUISHI, T, KOORIYAMA, T, Japanese Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, Japanese Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 25, 2, 81, 89, 20200400, Refereed
Ranging behavior of Mahale chimpanzees: a 16 year study, Michio Nakamura, Nadia Corp, Mariko Fujimoto, Shiho Fujita, Shunkichi Hanamura, Hitoshige Hayaki, Kazuhiko Hosaka, Michael A. Huffman, Agumi Inaba, Eiji Inoue, Noriko Itoh, Nobuyuki Kutsukake, Mieko Kiyono-Fuse, Takanori Kooriyama, Linda F. Marchant, Akiko Matsumoto-Oda, Takahisa Matsusaka, William C. McGrew, John C. Mitani, Hitonaru Nishie, Koshi Norikoshi, Tetsuya Sakamaki, Masaki Shimada, Linda A. Turner, James V. Wakibara, Koichiro Zamma, PRIMATES, PRIMATES, 54, 2, 171, 182, 20130400, Refereed
The Length of Trachea, the Number of Tracheal Cartilage Rings, their fusion of Japanese macaque (Macαcα fuscαtα), Formosan rock macaque (Macαca cyclopis), Rhesus macaque (Macαcα mulαtta), T .KOORIYAMA, Y .KISO, T .MAKITA, Japanese Society of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, Japanese Society of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 4, 1, 73, 76, 19990100, Refereed
Gross Anatomy of the Lobated Kidney of aMale Polar Bear (Thαtαrctos mαrtimus), Japanese Society of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, Japanese Society of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine, 3, 2, 79, 82, 19980700, Refereed

Books etc

Mahale Chimpanzees : 50 Years of Research, Nakamura Michio, Hosaka Kazuhito, Itoh Noriko, Zamma Koichiro, Contributor, 47 Internal parasites, 25 Diseases and deaths: variety and impact on social life, Cambridge University Press.,   2015

Conference Activities & Talks

Veterinary Adventures in Marine & Primate Medicine, Takanori Kooriyama, GLOBAL PERSPECTIVES IN VETERINARY MEDICINE,   2020 07 09 , 招待有り
Assessment of Pacific white-sided dolphin migration patterns by burst pulse monitoring off the coast of the Syakotan Peninsula, Hokkaido, Japan., Matsushiro, Marin1, Mizuguchi, Daisuke2, Kooriyama, Takanori1, World Marine Mammal Conference,   2019 12
Group composition and social behavior of migrating Steller Sea Lions on a haul-out in Hokkaido, Japan., Kooriyama, Takanori, Abe, Sara, Kurosawa, Runa,   2019 12
Charactoristic social behavior of Stellar Sea Lion (Eumetopias jubatus), Takanori Kooriyama, InuyamaCetaPin1,   2017 10 14

Misc

動物看護学課程で提供される望ましい野生動物(医)学教育とは―酪農学園大学獣医学群における事例から―, 浅川満彦, 郡山尚紀, 佐野忠士, 北澤多喜雄, Veterinary Nursing, 22, (1) 43 - 43,   2017 07 01 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/public/201802281387658677
野生カマイルカ(Lagenorhynchus obliquidens)の鳴音と行動の関連性, 松代真琳, 水口大輔, 藤田尚夫, 佐野忠士, 郡山尚紀, 日本獣医学会学術集会講演要旨集, 158th,   2015 08 30 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/public/201502200997402234
道東・標津町における携帯電話を活用したリアルタイム通信によるヒグマ行動追跡, 坪田敏男, 平野沙衣子, 藤本靖, 上野洋一, 長田雅裕, 郡山尚紀, 下鶴倫人, 日本生態学会大会講演要旨集, 58th,   2011 03 08 , http://jglobal.jst.go.jp/detail.php?from=API&JGLOBAL_ID=201102230609572812
Home range of Mahale chimpanzees: from 16 years' data, NAKAMURA Michio, INOUE Eiji, ITOH Noriko, KAWANAKA Kenji, KUTSUKAKE Nobuyuki, KIYONO-FUSE Mieko, KOORIYAMA Takanori, MARCHANT Linda F, MATSUMOTO-ODA Akiko, MATSUSAKA Takahisa, MCGREW William C, CORP Nadia, MITANI John C, NISHIE Hitonaru, NORIKOSHI Koshi, SAKAMAKI Tetsuya, SHIMADA Masaki, TURNER Linda A, UEHARA Shigeo, WAKIBARA James V, ZAMMA Koichiro, NISHIDA Toshisada, FUJIMOTO Mariko, FUJITA Shiho, HANAMURA Shunkichi, HAYAKI Hitoshige, HOSAKA Kazuhiko, HUFFMAN Michael A, INABA Agumi, Primate Research Supplement, 27, (0) 16 - 16,   2011 , Refereed, 10.14907/primate.27.0.16.0
SEROLOGICAL SURVEY OF HUMAN PATHOGENS IN CAPTIVE CHIMPANZEES AT THE JAPANESE PRIMATE RESEARCH CENTER, Kooriyama T, Okamoto M, Nishida T, Nishimura H, Miyabe T, International Primatological Society XXIII (2010/9 Kyoto),   2010
Influence of ecotourism on health status of wild chimpanzees in the Mahale Mountains National Park, FUJITA Shiho, ITOH Noriko, MATSUSAKA Takahisa, NISHIDA Toshisada, ZAMMA Koichiro, HANAMURA Shunkichi, NAKAMURA Michio, KIYONO-FUSE Mieko, SAKAMAKI Tetsuya, KORIYAMA Takanori, Shimada Masaki, INABA Agumi, Primate Research Supplement, 25, (0) 31 - 31,   2009 , Refereed, 10.14907/primate.25.0.31.0

Awards & Honors

  1999 04 , Histochemical Society, The Ralph D. Lillie Memorial Award

Research Grants & Projects

Japan Society for the Promotion of Science, Grants-in-Aid for Scientific Research Grant-in-Aid for Young Scientists (B), Zooanthroponoses and Great Ape-specific diseases, We performed serological examinations using coprologic antibodies in the Mahale Mountains National Park, Tanzania, to determine if chimpanzees were infected with zooanthroponotic diseases. After two field surveys, we found no clinical signs of infection. Based on parasitological surveys, chimpanzees were not infected with human-borne pathogenic parasites, but were infected with nematodes, cestodes, and protozoa, as has been previously demonstrated. We detected antibodies against Epstein-Barr virus, Cytomegalovirus, Varicella-zoster virus, Bordetella pertussis, and Parainfluenza virus 1/2/3 based on faecal antibody analysis. Human Herpes virus 6 DNA was detected in total DNA extracted from chimpanzee faeces. Overall, our results elucidate the infection history of human-borne zoonotic pathogens in wild chimpanzees in Mahale. Antibody detection based on faecal samples is a useful tool for revealing infectious disease through non-invasive sampling.

Others

20110300, Zoonoses Control Expert


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