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Kunitoshi Iseki
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Kyushu University, Fukuoka, Japan

Curriculum Vitae:

1974-1982: Trained at Kyushu University Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan

1982-1986: University of Southern California, Division of Nephrology,

Research and Clinical Fellow (Prof, SG Massry & VM Campese) 

1986-1989: Kyushu University Hospital, Fukuoka, Japan

1989-1995: Ryukyu University Hospital, senior assistant Professor of Medicine

1995: Director of Dialysis Unit, Ryukyu University Hospital

 2012: Clinical Professor, Department of Medicine, Ryukyu University (-2016)

 2016: Clinical Research Support Center, Tomishiro Central Hospital

 2017: Okinawa-Asia Clinical Investigation Synergy (OACIS) President,

 2017: Executive Committee Member of KDIGO (-2019),

 2018: Clinical Research Support Center, Nakamura Clinic

Domestic Scientific Activities: Honorary Member of the Japanese Society of Nephrology and Japanese Society for Dialysis Therapy

International Scientific Activities: Organizing member for the Asian Forum of Chronic Kidney Disease Initiatives (AFCKDI), Member of the KDIGO Clinical Practice Guideline Initiative (2010-2012), Executive Committee Member of ISRNM (2016-),

Executive Committee Member of KDIGO (2017-2019)

Editorial board of Medical Journal: Am J Kidney Dis (‘04, July to ‘06, Dec & ‘09, July to current), Nephrology (‘06 to current), Nephron Clinical Practice (’08 to current), KDIGO Clinical Practice Guideline Working Group (2010 to 2012), Nephrol Dialysis Transplant (’12 to 2018)

President of the International Meeting: International Congress on uremia Research and Toxicity 2014, Mar 13-15 (8th ICURT), International Congress on Hemodialysis 2014, Apr 25-27 (7th ISHD), International Congress on Renal Nutrition and Metabolism 2016, Apr 19-23 (18th ICRNM) 

Attendance records:2

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The academic assignments are as follows
Date (UTC+8) Time (UTC+8) Local Time Hall Session Role Talk Title
2022-06-16 18:15-19:45 2022-06-16,18:15-19:45Hall 2

Sodium Management in Kidney Disease: Old Stories, New tricks - Session 4