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Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies

Online ISSN : 2631-4002

Tomoko Hasunuma (Editor-in-Chief)

Kitasato University School of Medicine, Japan

Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies is an international, peer- reviewed, open access, online journal that aims to spread knowledge and promote discussion through publication of high quality scientific papers, systematic reviews, meta-analyses, opinion articles and other research materials on all aspects of clinical research and trials related to all disciplines of clinical medicine and medical research.

The journal publishes reports of high quality studies and researches on any intervention intended for human use such as drugs, devices, new treatment combinations, diagnostic techniques, preventive medicine, behavioral therapies, physical therapies, new surgical procedures and techniques and all other interventions that improve the quality of life for people with chronic illness.

The journal is also interested in interdisciplinary research work using innovative techniques and combinations of laboratory, clinical and epidemiological methods to develop new drugs or techniques. 

Submissions can include interventional/obervational trial reports, evidence-based medical research reports, review reports, meta-analyses, health policies, retrospective and prospective studies/commentaries, and other clinical studies.

Journal welcomes direct submissions from authors: Attach your word file with e-mail and send it to: submissions@oatext.com alternatively to: editor.jcis@oatext.com

Please, follow the Instructions for Authors. In the cover letter add the name and e-mail address of 5 proposed reviewers (we can choose them or not).

Copyright is retained by the authors and articles can be freely used and distributed by others. Articles are distributed under the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution License (http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/), which permits unrestricted use, distribution, and reproduction in any medium, provided the original work, first published by Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies, is properly cited.

Tomoko Hasunuma


Tomoko Hasunuma, MD., PhD., Professor, Department of Kitasato Clinical Research Center, (KCRC) Kitasato University School of Medicine, and also Director, Clinical Trial Center, Department of Research, Kitasato University Kitasato Institute Hospital, is recognized as one of well-known clinical pharmacologist in Japan. She has been experienced numbers of early-phase and later-phase clinical trials as a primary investigator.

She graduated from medical course of Tokyo Women’s Medical University (TWMU) in 1987, and started her internal medicine residency at the same university hospital. After she finished her residency, she started her basic and clinical research on Rheumatology at Rheumatology center of TWMU, then became a research fellow at New England Regional Primate Research Center (now closed) of Harvard University in 1989. Since 1990, she started working as a research associate at Institute of Medical Science, St. Marianna University, Japan, and several reports on etiology and therapy of rheumatoid arthritis. She moved to Kitasato Institute in 1999, and started her clinical research carrier.  She accomplished substantial number of clinical trials as a primary investigator until 2012, when she moved as an assistant professor to clinical division of rheumatology at Toho University school of Medicine, Tokyo. In 2015, she was welcomed to Oita University school of medicine as an associate professor of clinical pharmacology, where she accomplished several clinical studies and also educations for medical and nursery students.

Since 2017, she returned to Kitasato University as a professor of medicine, and now she is continuing clinical studies and investigations. She is also a councilor of Japanese Society of Clinical Pharmacology and Therapeutics, and doing commission works.

Editorial Board


Tomoko Hasunuma

Director of Clinical Trial Center
Professor
Kitasato University School of Medicine
Japan

Shunji Yasaki

Director of Department of Neurology
Shin-yurigaoka General Hospital
Japan

Shuxiang GUO

Professor, IEEE Senior Member
Faculty of Engineering
Kagawa University
Japan


Kunio Yui

Professor
Fujita Health University School of Medicine
Japan

Kazuo Hayashi

Chief
Arthritis Center
Fukuoka Wajiro Hospital
Japan

Toshihiro Hatakeyama

Assistant professor
Department of Emergency and Critical Care Medicine Dokkyo Medical University Saitama Medical Center
Japan


Katsuya Ohta

Department of Gastroenterological Surgery
Higashiosaka City Medical Center
Japan

Ana Miranda

Biosciences and Food Technology
RMIT University
Australia

Adilson Da Costa

Department of Dermatology
Sao Paulo State Public Servants Health Care Institute
Public Management Secretariat
Brazil


Balako Gumi

Associate Professor of Epidemiology
Department of Animal & Range Sciences
Bule Hora University
Ethiopia

Raffaele Iorio

Associate Professor of Pediatrics
Department of Translational Medical Science University of Naples Federico II
Italy

Andy Suter

Head of Product Development and Medicine Bioforce AG/ A.Vogel Produkte
Switzerland


Anna Capasso

Professor
Toxicology, Pharmacology and Neurosciences
University of Salerno
Italy

Mustafaoglu Rustem

Department of Neurological Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation
Division of Physiotherapy and Rehabilitation Faculty of Health Sciences, Istanbul University
Turkey

In Press

Volume 1, Issue 3


Effects of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles on liver enzymes and blood components

Gamagedara TP Ziana HF

Mini Review-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

October 08, 2018


In-vitro assessment of hemocompatibility and enzyme compatibility of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles

Gamagedara TP

Mini Review-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

October 08, 2018


Therapy strategies regarding cytokines involvement in the pathogenesis of inflammatory bowel disease

Tsvetelina Velikova

Commentary-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

October 10, 2018


Thrombophilia and multiple thrombosis post pancreatectomy due to insulinoma: Case report

Pablo Weber -Alvarez Luis Alejandro Weber- Sánchez Luis Gerardo Sánchez-Brito

Case Report-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

October 19, 2018


Current Issue

Volume 1, Issue 2


Dilated cardiomyopathy: a review of literature on clinical status and meta-analysis of diagnostic and clinical management

Aref Albakri

Review Article-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

July 02, 2018


Assessment of oxygen saturation levels during a mild hyperbaric chamber treatment

Gonzalez KE Hawkins JR Smith GA Heumann KJ Potochny NS

Research Article-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

August 23, 2018


Analysis of 'Code red trauma calls' promoting the development of a novel cognitive aide for blood product resuscitation

Morton S Perritt E Gorry J Jones C PL Mercer SJ

Research Article-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

August 27, 2018


The neccesity of an anti-fibrotic coctail instead of a drug only

Akif Altinbas

Mini Review-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

September 25, 2018


Proposed ICD-11 complex posttraumatic stress disorder, characteristics and symptoms of adults in an inpatient psychiatric setting: A descriptive study

Stadtmann MP Maercker A Binder J Schnepp W

Research Article-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

September 27, 2018


Pathophysiological mechanisms for the development of gestational diabetes insipidus

Rosa Diaz-Perez Janet E. Davis

Short Communication-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

September 29, 2018


Archive


Volume 1
C

Dilated cardiomyopathy: a review of literature on clinical status and meta-analysis of diagnostic and clinical management

Aref Albakri

Review Article-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

July 02, 2018


Assessment of oxygen saturation levels during a mild hyperbaric chamber treatment

Gonzalez KE Hawkins JR Smith GA Heumann KJ Potochny NS

Research Article-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

August 23, 2018


Analysis of 'Code red trauma calls' promoting the development of a novel cognitive aide for blood product resuscitation

Morton S Perritt E Gorry J Jones C PL Mercer SJ

Research Article-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

August 27, 2018


The neccesity of an anti-fibrotic coctail instead of a drug only

Akif Altinbas

Mini Review-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

September 25, 2018


Proposed ICD-11 complex posttraumatic stress disorder, characteristics and symptoms of adults in an inpatient psychiatric setting: A descriptive study

Stadtmann MP Maercker A Binder J Schnepp W

Research Article-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

September 27, 2018


Pathophysiological mechanisms for the development of gestational diabetes insipidus

Rosa Diaz-Perez Janet E. Davis

Short Communication-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

September 29, 2018


Facile synthesis of hydroxyapatite nanoparticles by a polymer-assisted method: morphology, mechanical properties and formation mechanism

Gamagedara TP Rathnayake UM Rajapakse RMG

Research Article-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

May 22, 2018


Index of C-peptide / glucose ratio for Carbo70 can be useful in clinical practice for diabetes

Bando H Ebe K Bando M Yonei Y

Research Article-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

May 25, 2018


Is pharmacological treatment of pain harmful or beneficial?

Katsuhiro Toda

Short Communication-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

May 27, 2018


Validation of the Broca index as the most practical method to calculate the ideal body weight.

Weber-Sanchez Alejandro Velazquez Ortega Sofia Weber-Alvarez Pablo

Research Article-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

June 19, 2018


Ultrasound Characteristics of the Rotator Cable in the Presence of Rotator Cuff Tears

Fady Abdelsayed Hang Yu Hema Choudur

Research Article-Journal of Clinical Investigation and Studies (JCIS)

June 29, 2018


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