World Academic Championship-2018 in Geriatric Behavioral Neurology

International Agency for Standards and Ratings honors Dr. Kenichi Meguro from Japan
with World Academic Championship -2018 in Geriatric Behavioral Neurology for great scientific contribution

Dr. Kenichi Meguro
World Academic Champion -2018 in Geriatric Behavioral Neurology

Fellow
Directorate of Geriatric Behavioral NeurologyInternational Agency for Standards and Rating

Professor, Geriatric Behavioral Neurology, Tohoku University CYRIC, Sendai, Japan 4-1, Seiryo-machi, Aoba-ku, IDAC, Sendai, 980-8575, Japan


The Pride of 

The purpose of the award is to identify brilliant scientists and academicians around the world through World Academic Championship. The World Academic Championship is organized by International Agency for Standards and Ratings at international level. Dr. Kenichi Meguro, (World Academic Champion and Fellow, Directorate of Geriatric Behavioral Neurology, IASR) plays a vital role in advancement of scientific knowledge in Geriatric Behavioral Neurology. World Academic Championship-2018 in Geriatric Behavioral Neurology acknowledges the outstanding international contributions and is selected based on international meritorious competition. IASR extends best wishes for your endeavours enlightening scientific domain with your efforts. Your research article is winner among 5737 nominations from 57 countries, screened for the World Academic Championship-2018 in Geriatric Behavioral Neurology. IASR recognizes Dr. Kenichi Meguro among World's 500 Most Influential Experts in Geriatric Behavioral Neurology for the Year 2018 on Earth.



Academic background

Education and Professional Experience

1985: Graduated from Tohoku University School of Medicine, Awarded the degree of MD.



1989: Graduated from Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Awarded the degree of PhD.

1990-1993: Departments of Neurology and Geriatric Medicine, Tohoku University Hospital

1994-1996: Post-doctoral fellow, Centre-CYCERON-INSERM U.320, Caen, France 1995-2004: Division of Neuropsychology, Department of Disability Medicine, Tohoku

University Graduate School of Medicine

1997-1998: Department of Neurology, Sao Paulo University School of Medicine 2002-2006: Director, the Tajiri SKIP Center

2003: Alzheimer’s Disease Research Center, Department of Neurology, Washington University in St. Louis, School of Medicine

2005-2013: Professor, Geriatric Behavioral Neurology, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine

2014-present: Professor, Geriatric Behavioral Neurology, Tohoku University CYRIC 2006-present: Head of Office against Dementia, The Osaki-Tajiri SKIP Center

 

Medical specialty

Board of Internal Medicine, Clinical Neurology, Stroke Medicine, Geriatric Psychiatry, and Dementia Medicine certified by the Japanese Societies of Internal Medicine, Neurology, Stroke, Psychogeriatric, and Dementia Association

 

Professional Society Membership

1.      Executive Committee of the International Neuropsychiatric Association (INA)

2.      Executive Committee of the Asian Society Against Dementia (ASAD)

3.      Councilor of the Japanese Society of Cognitive Neuroscience

4.      Councilor of the Japan Society for Higher Brain Dysfunction

5.      Councilor of the Neuropsychology Association of Japan


 

6.      Councilor of the Japan Psychogeriatric Association

7.      Councilor of the Japan Society for Dementia Research

 

Editorial Board

1.      Annals of Alzheimer's and Parkinson's Disease

2.      Annals of Neurological Disorders and Stroke

3.      Annals of Neurology Case Reports

4.      Annals of Vascular Medicine and Surgery

5.      Austin Aging Research

6.      Clinics in Stroke

7.      Dementia & Neuropsychologia

8.      EC Neurology

9.      Indian Journal of Neurology

10.   International Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease

11.   Journal of Aging & Gerontology Research

12.   Journal of Clinical Case Reports

13.   Journal of Psychiatry andCognitive Behaviour

14.   Journal of Neurology Forecast

15.   Journal of Nursing Research and Practice

16.   MOJ Gerontology & Geriatrics

17.   Neurology and Neurological Sciences: Open Access


 

Publication List

Total Impact Factors: 384.96

 

Books

1.    Itoh M, Yamaguchi S, Meguro K, Fujiwara T, Iwata R, Ido T, Sasaki H. Neuroreceptor PET; Assessment of dopamine neurotransmission in dementia. Eds. Ochi H et al., Updated PET and PRI. Brain, heart and tumor imaging. Elsevier Science 1995, pp 101-105.

 

2.    Fujiwara T, Mejia M, Itoh M, Yanai K, Meguro K, Sasaki H, Ono S, Itoh H, Fukuda H, Iwata R, Ido T, Watabe H, CunninghamVJ, Ashburger J, Jones T. Quantitative imaging of [11C]Benzotropine in the human brain with graphic analysis and spectral analysis.In: Myers R, Cunningham V, Bailey D, Jones Teds. Quantification of Brain FunctionUsing PET. Academic Press, San Diego, 1996, pp 317-320.

 

3.    Meguro K, Homma A. Trans-cultural problems in clinical assessment of vascular cognitive impairment in Japan. In: Erkinjuntti T, Gauthier S, eds., Vascular Cognitive Impairment. London, Martin Dunitz Publishers 2001, pp 513-519.

 

4.    Meguro K. Disintegrated neural networks in Alzheimer’s disease (AD): Neurological bases for cognitive impairment and behavioral abnormality as shown by MRI and PET. Research and practice in Alzheimer’s disease, Serdi Publisher, Springer Publishing Company, NY, vol. 6, 2002, pp 181-185.

 

5.    Meguro K. Ishii H, Yamaguchi S, Ishizaki J, Sato M, Hashimoto R, Meguro M, Yamadori A, Sekita Y. Neuropsycho-epidemiologic study on aging and dementia in a community: The Tajiri Project. Research and practice in Alzheimer’s disease, Serdi Publisher, Springer Publishing Company, NY, 2003, pp 80-85.

 

6.    Reisberg B, Wegiel J, Franssen E, Auer S, Shimada M, Meguro K, Kadiyala S, Borza L. Behavioral and neuropathologic course of Alzheimer’s disease (AD): A synthesis based on retrogenesis, arboreal and neurometabolic entropy and possible etiopathogenic events. In: Alzheimer’s disease: New advances – collection of selected articles of papers presented at the 10th International Conference on Alzheimer’s Disease and Related Disorders. Eds. By Iqbal K, Winblad B, Avila J. pp219-222, 2007. (ISBN 978-88-7587-322-6)

 

7.    Nakatsuka M, Meguro K. Neuroepidemiology of vascular dementia. In: S.R. Jacobsen eds. Vascular dementia: Risk Factors, Diagnosis and Treatment. Nova Publishers, 2011[E-book]

 

8.    Meguro K. Cognitive impairment and survival after a natural disaster: Lessons learned from life experiences in the Great East Japan Earthquake 2011. NOVA Publishers, 2017.


 

Reviews & Reports

1.    Itoh M, Meguro K, Ido T, Sasaki H. First signs of Alzheimer’s? Science 1993; 259: 898.

[IF 23.87]

2.    Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Itoh M, Shimada M, Ishizaki J, Shimada Y, Yamadori A, Chavoix C, LeMestric C, Baron JC. Deteriorated neural networks in Alzheimer’s disease: Neurological bases for cognitive impairment and behavioral abnormality as shown by MRI and PET. The Japanese Neuropsychiatric Association, The Third Meeting Abstracts, Special Session “Up-to-Date Topics of Neuropsychiatry” 1998; 1: 114-115.

3.    Meguro K. Subjective memory complaints are not sine qua non as diagnostic criteria for MCI: the Tajiri project. Acta Neurologica Taiwanica 2006; 15: 55-57.

[IF 0.45]

4.    Homma A, Meguro K, Dominguez J, Sahadevan S, Wang YH, Morris JC. Clinical Dementia Rating Workshop: The Asian Experience. Alzheimer Disease & Associate Disorders 2006; 20: 318-321.

[IF 2.88]

5.    Meguro K, Community-based Measures to mild cognitive impairment (MCI): The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Psychogeriatrics 2007; 7: 132-136.

[IF 1.21]

6.    Dubois B, Feldman H, Jacova C, DeKosky ST, Barberger-Gateau P, Cummings J, Delacourte A, Galasko D, Gauthier S, Jicha G, Meguro K, O’Brien J, Pasquier F, Robert P, Rossor M, Salloway S, Stern Y, and Visser PJ, Scheltens P. Research criteria for the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease: Revising the NINCDS-ADRDA criteria - A Position Paper. Lancet Neurology 2007; 6: 734-746.

[IF 9.48]

7.    Meguro K. Clinical features of mild cognitive impairment and dementia in a community: An update of the Osaki-Tajiri Project. Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 2008; 215: 125-131.

[IF 1.01]

8.    Dubois B, Feldman HH, Jacova C, Cummings JL, Dekosky ST, Barberger-Gateau P, Delacourte A, Frisoni G, Fox NC, Galasko D, Gauthier S, Hampel H, Jicha GA, Meguro K, O'Brien J, Pasquier F, Robert P, Rossor M, Salloway S, Sarazin M, de Souza LC, Stern Y, Visser PJ, Scheltens P. Revising the definition of Alzheimer’s disease: A new lexicon. Lancet Neurology 2010; 9(11): 1118-1127. Epub 2010 Oct 9.

[IF 9.48]

9.    Meguro K. Local response following the Great East Japan Earthquake 2011. Neurology 2011 Jul 19; 77(3): e12-15. Epub 2011 Jun 1.

[IF 8.17]

10.  Meguro K. Activities in Osaki City following the March 2011 Japanese Earthquake.

International Psychogeriatric Association Bulletin 2011; 28(2): 1

 

11.  Meguro K. Rehabilitation for dementia. International Psychogeriatric Association


 

Bulletin 2012; 29(4): 8-9.

 

12.  Dodge HH, Buracchio T, Fisher G, Kiyohara Y, Meguro K, Tanizaki Y, Kaye JA. Trends in the prevalence of dementia in Japan. International Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease 2012; 2012: 956354. Epub 2012 Oct 3.

 

13.  Meguro K. Behavioral Neurology in language and aphasia: From basic studies to clinical applications. Acta Medica Indonesiana 2012; 44: 327-334.

[IF 1.15]

14.  Meguro K, Akanuma K, Toraiwa K, Okubo M, Onodera K. Behavioral improvement of dementia residents in a group home with an increased number of residents after the Great East Japan Earthquake 2011. International Psychogeriatrics 2014; 26(5): 871-872. Epub 2013 Dec 5.

[IF 2.24]

15.  Meguro K. Measures to prevent Alzheimer’s patients from discontinuing the use of cholinesterase inhibitors. Psychogeriatrics 2014 [Epub].

[IF 1.21]

16.  Smith AD, Yaffe K, and 109 scientists from 36 countries (Meguro K and Iwatsubo T from Japan) have signed in support: Dementia (Including Alzheimer’s Disease) can be Prevented: Statement supported by international experts. G8 dementia summit in London on 11 December 2013. Journal of Alzheimer’s Disease 2014; 38: 699-703. [IF 4.17]

17.  Yang YH, Hsu CL, Chou MC, Kasai M, Meguro K, Kiu CK. Early symptoms of Alzheimer’s disease in Japan and Taiwan. Geriatrics and Gerontology International 2015 Aug 5.

[IF 2.19]

18.  Yang YH, Meguro K, Kim SY, Shim YS, Yu X, Chen CL, Wang H, Lam L, Senanarong V, Dominguez J, Lu PY, Lin YT, Hu CJ, Chiu PY, Fuh JL, Wang WF, Yu BC, Li T, Wang MW, Situmeang RF, Jang JW, Zhang J, Chan WC, Zhou YY, Lou HL, Zhang L, Ye M, Chen X. Impact of Alzheimer's Disease in Nine Asian Countries. Gerontology 2016; 62(4): 425-33. doi:10.1159/000443525.

[IF 3.10]

19.  Chen C, Homma A, Mok VCT, Krishnammorthy E, Alladi S, Meguro K, Abe K, Dominguez J, Marasigan S, Kandiah N, Kim SY, Lee DY, De Silva HA, Yuan-Han Y, Pai MC, Vorapun S, Dash A. Alzheimer’s disease with cerebrovascular disease: Current status in the Asia Pacific region. Journal of Internal Medicine 2016 March 16 [Epub].

[IF 6.06]


 

Original Articles

1.    Meguro K, Hatazawa J, Yamaguchi T, Itoh M, Matsuzawa T, Ono S, Miyazawa H, Hishinuma T, Yanai K, Sekita Y, Yamada K. Cerebral circulation and oxygen metabolism associated with subclinical periventricular hyperintensity as shown by magnetic resonance imaging. Annals of Neurology 1990; 28: 378-383.

[IF 8.48]

2.    Meguro K, Ueda M, Yamaguchi T, Sekita Y, Yamazaki H, Oikawa Y, Kikuchi Y, Matsuzawa T. Disturbance in daily sleep/wake patterns in patients with cognitive impairment and decreased daily activity. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 1990; 38: 1176-1182.

[IF 3.14]

3.    Itoh M, Hatazawa J, Miyazawa H, Matsui H, Meguro K, Yanai K, Kubota K, Watanuki S, Ido T, Matsuzawa T. Stability of cerebral blood flow and oxygen metabolism during normal aging. Gerontology: Clinical Section 1990; 36: 43-48.

[IF 1.42]

4.    Meguro K, Doi C, Ueda M, Yamaguchi T, Matsui H, Kinomura S, Itoh M, Yamada K, Sasaki H. Decreased cerebral glucose metabolism associated with mental deterioration in multi-infarct dementia. Neuroradiology 1991; 33: 305-309.

[IF 1.00]

5.    Sasaki H, Yanai K, Meguro K, Sekizawa K, Ikarashi Y, Maruyama Y, Yamamoto M, Matsuzaki Y, Takishima T. Nicotine improves cognitive disturbance in rodents fed with a choline - deficient diet. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior 1991; 38: 921- 925.

[IF 1.73]

6.    Hatazawa J, Hatano K, Ishiwata K, Itoh M, Ido T, Kawashima K, Meguro K, Watanuki S, Seo S. Measurement of D2 dopamine receptor - specific carbon - 11 - YM - 09151- 2 binding in the canine brain by PET: Importance of partial volume correction. Journal of Nuclear Medicine 1991; 32: 713-718.

[IF 3.62]

7.    Meguro K, Sekita Y, Yamaguchi T, Yamada K, Hishinuma T, Matsuzawa T. A study of periventricular hyperintensity. I. Normal brain aging. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 1992; 14: 183-191.

[IF 0.27]

8.    Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Doi C, Nakamura T, Sekizawa K, Sasaki H. Prevention of respiratory infections in elderly bed-bound nursing home patients. Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 1992;167(2):135-42

[IF 0.33]

9.    Meguro K, Yanai K, Yokoyama H, Sakurai A, Maeyama K, Watanabe K, Matsuzawa

T.  Neurochemical studies on central histaminergic neuron system of senescence accelerated mice. Biogenic Amines 1992; 8: 299-307.

[IF 0.45]

10.  Yanai K, Watanabe T, Meguro K, Yokoyama H, Sato I, Sasano H, Itoh M, Iwata R, Takahashi T, Ido T. Age - dependent decrease in histamine H1 receptor in human brains revealed by PET. NeuroReport 1992; 3: 433-436.

[IF 2.70]


 

11.  Sasaki H, Matsuzaki Y, Meguro K, Ikarashi Y, Maruyama Y, Yamaguchi S, Sekizawa K. Vitamin B12 improves cognitive disturbance in rodents fed with a choline - deficient diet. Pharmacology, Biochemistry, and Behavior 1992; 43: 635- 639.

[IF 1.73]

12.  Yanai K, Watanabe T, Yokoyama H, Meguro K, Hatazawa J, Itoh M, Iwata R, Ishiwata K, Takahashi T, Ido T. Histamine H1 receptors in human brain visualized in vivo by [11C] doxepin and positron emission tomography. Neuroscience Letters 1992; 137: 145-148.

[IF 2.09]

13.  Yanai K, Watanabe K, Yokoyama H, Hatazawa J, Iwata R, Ishiwata K, Meguro K, Itoh M, Takahashi T, Ido T. Mapping of histamine H1 receptors in the human brain using [11C] pyrilamine and positron emission tomography. Journal of Neurochemistry 1992; 59: 128-136.

[IF 4.90]

14.  Meguro K, Yamaguchi T, Hishinuma T, Miyazawa H, Ono S, Yamada K, Matsuzawa

T.  Periventricular hyperintensity on magnetic resonance imaging correlated with brain ageing and atrophy. Neuroradiology 1993; 35: 125-129.

[IF 1.00]

15.  Sasaki H, Meguro K, Matsuzaki Y, Doi C, Yamaguchi S, Nakamura T, Aoki T, Sekizawa K, Shimizu Y. Effect of nicotine on cognitive disturbance in animals with acetylcholine deficient brain. Japanese Journal of Psychopharmacology 1993; 13: 143-147.

 

16.  Sato N, Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Aoki T, Sekizawa K, Yamaya M, Sasaki H. Bactericidal clothes reduce infections in elderly bed-bound nursing home patients. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 1993; 17(1):55-63.

[IF 0.27]

17.  Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Arai H, Nakagawa T, Doi C, Yamada M, Ikarashi Y, Maruyama Y, Sasaki H. Nicotine improves cognitive disturbance in senescence- accelerated mice. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 1994; 49: 769- 772. [IF 1.73]

18.  Itoh M, Meguro K, Fujiwara T, Hatazawa J, Iwata R, Ishiwata K, Takahashi T, Ido T, Sasaki H. Assessment of dopamine metabolism in brain of patients with dementia by means of 18F-fluorodopa and PET. Annals of Nuclear Medicine 1994; 8: 245-251. [IF 0.50]

19.  Meguro K, Ueda M, Kobayashi I, Yamaguchi S, Yamazaki H, Oikawa Y, Kikuchi Y, Sasaki H. Sleep disturbance in elderly patients with cognitive impairment, decreased daily activity and periventricular white matter lesions. Sleep 1995; 18: 109-114.

[IF 3.17]

20.  Meguro K, Yanai K, Sakai N, Sakurai E, Maeyama K, Sasaki H, Watanabe T. Effects of thioperamide, a histamine H3 antagonist, on the step-through passive avoidance response and histidine decarboxylase activity in senescence-accelerated mice. Pharmacology Biochemistry and Behavior 1995; 3: 321-325.


 

[IF 1.73]

21.  Tanaka A, Okuzumi H, Kobayashi I, Murai N, Meguro K, Nakamura T. Gait disturbance of patients with vascular and Alzheimer-type dementias. Perceptual and Motor Skills 1995; 80: 735-738.

[IF 0.30]

22.  Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Yamazaki H, Itoh M, Yamaguchi T, Matsui H, Sasaki H. Cortical glucose metabolism in psychiatric wandering patients with vascular dementia. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 1996; 67: 71-80.

[IF 1.92]

23.  Nakamura T, Meguro K, Sasaki H. Relationship between falls and stride length variability in senile dementia of the Alzheimer type. Gerontology 1996; 42: 108-113. [IF 1.42]

24.  Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Itoh M, Fujiwara T, Yamadori A. Striatal dopamine metabolism correlated with fronto-temporal glucose utilization in Alzheimer’s disease. Neurology 1997; 49: 941-945.

[IF 4.78]

25.  Meguro K, Itoh M, Yanai K, Takase K, Yamaguchi S, Ido T, Yamadori A. Psychiatric wandering behavior in dementia patients correlated with increased striatal dopamine D2 receptor as shown by [11C]YM-09151-2 and positron emission tomography. European Journal of Neurology 1997; 4: 221-226.

[IF 0.95]

26.  Yamaguchi S, Meguro K, Itoh M, Hayasaka C, Shimada M, Yamazaki H, Yamadori

A.  Decreased cortical glucose metabolism correlated with hippocampal atrophy in Alzheimer’s disease as shown by MRI and PET. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 1997; 62: 596-600.

[IF 2.85]

27.  Nakamura T, Meguro K, Yamazaki H, Okuzumi H, Tanaka A, Horikawa A, Yamaguchi K, Katsuyama N, Nakano M, Arai H, Sasaki H. Postural and gait disturbance correlated with decreased frontal cerebral blood flow in Alzheimer disease. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders 1997; 11: 132- 139. [IF 1.84]

28.  Okuzumi H, Tanaka A, Haishi K, Meguro K, Yamazaki H, Kobayashi I, Nakamura T. Characteristics of postural control and locomotion of patients with vascular and Alzheimer - type dementias. Perceptual and Motor Skills 1997; 84: 16-18.

[IF 0.30]

29.  Meguro K, Hatazawa J, Itoh M, Miyazawa H, Matsuzawa T, Yamadori A. Cerebral blood flow correlated with carotid blood flow in neurologically normal elderly with severe white matter lesions. European Journal of Neurology 1998; 5: 143-149.  [IF 0.95]

30.  Nakamura K, Meguro K, Yamazaki H, Ishizaki J, Saito H, Saito N, Shimada M, Yamaguchi S, Shimada Y, Yamadori A et al. Kanji-predominant alexia in advanced Alzheimer’s disease. Acta Neurologica Scandinavica 1998; 97: 237-243.

[IF 1.30]

31.  Shimada M, Meguro K, Yamazaki H, Horikawa A, Hayasaka C, Yamaguchi S, Yamaguchi K, Katuyama N, Nakano M, Yamadori A. Impaired verbal description


 

ability assessed by the Picture Description Task in Alzheimer’s disease. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 1998; 27: 57-65.

[IF 0.27]

32.  Ishizaki J, Meguro K, Ambo H, Shimada M, Yamaguchi S, Hayasaka C, Komatsu H, Sekita Y, Yamadori A. A normative, community-based study of Mini-Mental State in elderly adults: the effect of age and educational level. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences 1998; 53B: 359-363.

[IF 1.10]

33.  Meguro K, Blaizot X, Kondoh Y, LeMestric C, Baron JC, Chavoix C. Neocortical and hippocampal glucose hypometabolism following neurotoxic lesions of the entorhinal and perirhinal cortices in the non-human primate as shown by PET: Implications for Alzheimer’s disease. Brain 1999; 122: 1519-1531.

[IF 7.30]

34.  Blaizot X, Meguro K, LeMestric C, Constans JM, Luet D, Baron JC, Chavoix C. Combined use of T1-weighted MRI and MRA for stereotaxic lesioning of the nonhuman primate brain: Application to the rhinal cortex. Experimental Brain Research 1999; 126: 31-40.

[IF 2.14]

35.  Ishii H, Meguro K, Ishizaki J, Shimada M, Yamaguchi S, Sano I, Ambo H, Ohtake H, Shimada Y, Someya K, Sato M, Shibuya Y, Kato M, Sekita Y, Yamadori A. Prevalence of senile dementia in a rural community in Japan: The Tajiri Project. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 1999; 29: 249-265.

[IF 0.27]

36.  Meguro K, Constans JM, Courtheoux P, Theron J, Viader F, Yamadori A. Atrophy of the corpus callosum correlates with white matter lesions in patients with cerebral ischemia. Neuroradiology 2000; 42: 413-419.

[IF 1.00]

37.  Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Shimada M, Itoh M, Yamadori A. Striatal dopaminergic transmission and neocortical glucose utilization in Alzheimer’s disease: A

triple-tracer PET study. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 2000; 31: 147-158.

[IF 0.27]

38.  Ishizaki J, Meguro K, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S, Shimada M, Yamadori A, Yambe Y, Yamazaki H. The effects of group work therapy in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2000; 15: 532- 535.

[IF 1.50]

39.  Higuchi M, Yanai K, Okamura N, Meguro K, Arai H, Itoh M, Iwata R, Ido T, Watanabe T, Sasaki H. Histamine H1 receptors in patients with Alzheimer’s disease assessed by positron emission tomography. Neuroscience 2000; 99: 721-729.

[IF 3.56]

40.  Meguro K, LeMestric C, Landeau B, Desgranges B, Eustache F, Baron JC. Relations between hypometabolism in the posterior association neocortex and hippocampal atrophy in Alzheimer’s disease: A PET/MRI correlative study. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery, and Psychiatry 2001; 71: 315-321.

[IF 3.02]

41.  Meguro K, Meguro M, Caramelli P, Ishizaki J, Ambo H, Chubaci RYS, Hamada GS,


 

Nitrini R, Yamadori A. Elderly Japanese emigrants to Brazil before World War II: II. Prevalence of senile dementia. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2001; 16: 775- 779.

[IF 1.78]

42.  Meguro K, Shimada M, Yamaguchi S, Ishizaki J, Yamadori A, Sekita Y. A 5-year retrospective examination of cognitive screening test stages in normal older adults and patients with Alzheimer’s disease: the Tajiri Project. Journal of Gerontology: Psychological Sciences 2001; 56B: 314-318.

[IF 1.59]

43.  Meguro K, Shimada M, Yamaguchi S, Ishizaki J, Ishii H, Shimada Y, Sato M, Yamadori A, Sekita Y. Cognitive function and frontal lobe atrophy in normal elderly adults: Implications for dementia not as aging-related disorders and the reserve hypothesis. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2001; 55: 565-572.

[IF 0.55]

44.  Meguro K, Meguro M, Caramelli P, Ishizaki J, Ambo H, Chubaci RYS, Hamada GS, Nitrini R, Yamadori A. An environmental change does not affect dementia prevalence but affects depressive state and physical activity: A trans-cultural study of Japanese elderly subjects and Japanese elderly immigrants in Brazil. Psychogeriatrics 2001; 1: 201-208.

 

45.  Meguro K, Shimada M, Someya K, Horikawa A, Yamadori A. Hemispatial visual searching impairment correlates with decreased contralateral parietal blood flow in Alzheimer’s disease. Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, and Behavioral Neurology 2001; 14: 213-218.

[IF 1.35]

46.  Meguro M, Meguro K, Caramelli P, Ishizaki J, Ambo H, Chubaci RYS, Hamada GS, Nitrini R, Yamadori A. Elderly Japanese emigrants to Brazil before World War II: I. Clinical profiles based on specific historical background. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2001; 16: 768- 774.

[IF 1.78]

47.  Kato M, Meguro K, Sato M, Shimada Y, Yamazaki H, Saito H, Yamaguchi S, Yamadori A. Ideomotor apraxia in Alzheimer’s disease: Why do they use their body parts as objects? Neuropsychiatry, Neuropsychology, and Behavioral Neurology 2001; 14: 45-52.

[IF 1.35]

48.  Shimada M, Meguro K, Inagaki H, Ishizaki J, Yamadori A. Global intellectual deterioration in Alzheimer’s disease and a reverse model of intellectual development: An applicability of the Binet scale. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2001; 55: 559-563.

[IF 0.55]

49.  Ambo H, Meguro K, Ishizaki J, Shimada M, Yamaguchi S, Sekita Y, Yamadori A. Depressive symptoms and associated factors in a cognitively normal elderly population: The Tajiri Project. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 2001; 16: 780-788.

[IF 1.78]


 

50.  Watanabe M, Kohzuki M, Meguro K, Goto Y, Sato T. Marked improvement of neuropsychological impairment in a patient with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease after lung volume reduction surgery. Tohoku Journal of Experimental Medicine 2001; 193: 67-72.

[IF 0.52]

51.  Meguro K, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S, Ishizaki J, Shimada M, Sato M, Hashimoto R, Shimada Y, Meguro M, Yamadori A, Sekita Y. Prevalence of dementia and dementing diseases in Japan: The Tajiri Project. Archives of Neurology 2002; 59: 1109-1114.

[IF 4.34]

52.  Yamaguchi S, Meguro K, Shimada M, Ishizaki J, Yamadori A. Five-year retrospective changes of hippocampal atrophy and cognitive screening test performances in very mild Alzheimer’s disease: The Tajiri Project. Neuroradiology 2002; 44: 43-48.

[IF 1.04]

53.  Inagaki H, Meguro K, Shimada M, Ishizaki J, Okuzumi H, Yamadori A. Discrepancy between mental rotation and perspective-taking abilities in normal aging assessed by Piaget’s Three-Mountain Task. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 2002; 24: 18-25.

[IF 1.33]

54.  Blaizot X, Meguro K, Millien I, Baron JC and Chavoix C. Correlations between visual recognition memory and neocortical and hippocampal glucose metabolism after bilateral rhinal cortex lesions in the baboon: Implications for Alzheimer’s disease. The Journal of Neuroscience 2002; 22(21): 9166-9170.

[IF 8.05]

55.  Ishizaki J, Meguro K, Ohe K, Kimura E, Tsuchiya E, Ishii H, Sekita Y, Yamadori A. Therapeutic psychosocial intervention for elderly subjects with very mild Alzheimer’s disease in a community: The Tajiri Project. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders 2002; 16: 261-269.

[IF 1.96]

56.  Chavoix C, Blaizot X, Meguro K, Landeau B, Baron JC. Excitotoxic lesion of the rhinal cortex in the baboon differentially affect visual recognition memory, habit memory and spatial executive functions. European Journal of Neuroscience 2002; 15: 1225-1236.

[IF 4.16]

57.  Meguro K, Constans JM, Shimada M, Yamaguchi S, Ishizaki J, Ishii H, Yamadori A, Sekita Y. Corpus callosum atrophy, white matter lesions, and frontal executive dysfunction in normal aging and Alzheimer’s disease. International Psychogeriatrics 2003; 15: 9-25.

[IF 1.58]

58.  Meguro K, Senaha MLH, Caramelli P, Ishizaki J, Chubaci RYS, Meguro M, Ambo H, Nitrini R, Yamadori A. Language deterioration in four Japanese-Portuguese bilingual patients with Alzheimer’s disease: a trans-cultural study of Japanese elderly immigrants in Brazil. Psychogeriatrics 2003; 3: 63-68.


 

59.  Tanaka Y, Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Ishii H, Watanuki S, Funaki Y, Yamaguchi K, Yamadori A, Iwata R, Itoh M. Decreased striatal D2 receptor density associated with severe behavioral abnormality in Alzheimer’s disease. Annals of Nuclear Medicine 2003; 17: 567-573.

[IF 0.75]

60.  Shimada M, Hayat J, Meguro K, Oo T, Jafri S, Yamadori A, Franssen EH, Reisberg

B.  Correlation between functional assessment staging and the ‘Basic Age’ by the Binet scale supports the retrogenesis model of Alzheimer’s disease: a preliminary study. Psychogeriatrics 2003; 3: 82-87.

 

61.  Meguro K, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S, Ishizaki J, Sato M, Hashimoto R, Meguro M, Lee EJ, Tanaka Y, Kasuya M, Sekita Y. Prevalence and cognitive performances of Clinical Dementia Rating 0.5 and mild cognitive impairment in Japan: The Tajiri Project. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders 2004; 18: 3-10.

[IF 1.75]

62.  Meguro K, Meguro M, Tanaka Y, Akanuma K, Yamaguchi K, Itoh MD. Risperidone is effective for wandering and disturbed sleep/wake patterns in Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology 2004; 17: 61-67.

[IF 1.13]

63.  Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Ishizaki J, Ishii H, Sato M, Hashimoto R, Meguro M, Sekita

Y. Neuropsycho-social features of very mild Alzheimer’s disease (CDR 0.5) and progression to dementia in a community: The Tajiri Project. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology 2004; 17: 183-189.

[IF 1.13]

64.  Hashimoto R, Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Ishizaki J, Ishii H, Meguro M, Sekita Y. Executive dysfunction can explain word-list learning disability in very mild Alzheimer’s disease. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2004; 58: 54-60. [IF 0.89]

65.  Yamawaki R, Suzuki K, Tanji K, Fujii T, Endo K, Meguro K, Yamadori A. Anomic alexia of Kanji in a patient with anomic aphasia. Cortex 2005; 41: 555-559.

[IF 3.58]

66.  Kasai M, Meguro K, Hashimoto R, Ishizaki J, Yamadori A, Mori E. Non-verbal learning is impaired in very mild Alzheimer's disease (CDR 0.5): Normative data from the learning version of the Rey-Osterrieth Complex Figure Test. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2006; 60: 139-146.

[IF 1.33]

67.  Ishii H, Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Hirayama K, Tabuchi M, Mori E, Yamadori A. Different MRI findings for normal elderly and very mild Alzheimer's disease in a community: Implications for clinical practice. The Tajiri Project. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 2006; 42: 59-71. Epub 2005 Aug 8.

[IF 1.36]

68.  Hashimoto R, Meguro K, Lee E, Kasai M, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S. Effect of age and education on the Trail Making Test and determination of normative data for Japanese elderly people: The Tajiri Project. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2006; 60: 422-428.


 

[IF 1.33]

69.  Shimada Y, Meguro K, Kasai M, Shimada M, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S, Yamadori A. Necker cube copying ability in normal elderly and Alzheimer’s disease. A community-based study: The Tajiri Project. Psychogeriatrics 2006; 6: 4-9.

[IF 1.21]

70.  Meguro K, Ishii H, Kasuya M, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Kasai M, Lee E, Hashimoto R, Yamaguchi S, Asada T. Incidence of dementia and associated risk factors in Japan: The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Journal of the Neurological Sciences 2007; 260: 175-182. Epub 2007 Jun 5.

[IF 2.41]

71.  Lee E, Meguro K, Hashimoto R, Meguro M, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S, Mori E. Confabulations in Episodic Memory are Associated with Delusions in Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry and Neurology 2007; 20: 34-40.

[IF 1.97]

72.  Ito T, Meguro K, Akanuma K, Ishii H, Mori E. A randomized controlled trial of the group reminiscence approach in patients with vascular dementia. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders 2007; 24: 48-54. Epub 2007 Jun 11.

[IF 2.51]

73.  Ito T, Meguro K, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Lee E, Kasuya M, Ishii H, Mori E. Behavioral and psychological symptoms assessed with the BEHAVE-AD-FW are differently associated with cognitive dysfunction in Alzheimer's disease. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience 2007; 14: 850-855.

[IF 1.17]

74.  Ishii H, Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Ishikawa H, Yamadori A. Prevalence and cognitive performances of vascular cognitive impairment no dementia in Japan: the

Osaki-Tajiri Project. European Journal of Neurology 2007; 14: 609-616.

[IF 2.51]

75.  Lee E, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S, Meguro K. Confabulations in remembering past and planning future are associated with psychiatric symptoms in Alzheimer’s disease. Archives of Clinical Neuropsychology 2007; 22: 949-956.

[IF 2.22]

76.  Kasai M, Ishizaki J, Meguro K. Alzheimer’s patients do not show left unilateral spatial neglect but exhibit peripheral inattention and simplification. Dementia & Neuropsychologia 2007; 1: 374-380.

 

77.  Okamura N, Funaki Y, Tashiro M, Kato M, Ishikawa Y, Maruyama M, Ishikawa H, Meguro K, Iwata R, Yanai K. In vivo visualization of donepezil binding in the brain of patients with Alzheimer’s disease. British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology 2008; 65: 472-479. Epub 2007 Dec 7.

[IF 2.72]

78.  Meguro M, Kasai M, Akanuma K, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S, Meguro K. Comprehensive approach of donepezil and psychosocial interventions on cognitive function and quality of life for Alzheimer’s disease: The Osaki- Tajiri Project. Age & Ageing 2008; 37: 469-473.

[IF 1.92]


 

79.  Hiraoka K, Meguro K, Mori E. Prevalence of idiopathic normal-pressure hydrocephalus in the elderly population of a Japanese rural community. Neurologia Medico-Chirurgica 2008; 48: 197-199.

[IF 0.46]

80.  Kasai M, Ishizaki J, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S, Yamadori A, Meguro K. Normative data of Benton Visual Form Discrimination Test for older adults and impaired scores in Clinical Dementia Rating (CDR) 0.5 participants: A community-based study. The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2009;63:9-16.

[IF 1.13]

81.  Dodge HH, Meguro K, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S, Saxton JA, Ganguli M. Cross-Cultural Comparisons of the Mini-Mental State Examination between Japanese and US cohorts. International Psychogeriatrics 2009; 21: 113-122. Epub 2008 Oct 17.

[IF 2.51]

82.  Tanaka N, Yamaguchi S, Ishikawa H, Ishii H, Meguro K. Prevalence of possible idiopathic normal hydrocephalus in Japan: The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Neuroepidemiology 2009;32:171-175. Epub 2008 Dec 19.

[IF 2.38]

83.  Ishii H, Ishikawa H, Tashiro M, Yamaguchi S, Meguro K. Decreased cortical glucose metabolism in converters from CDR 0.5 to Alzheimer’s disease in a community: The Osaki-Tajiri Project. International Psychogeriatrics 2009; 21: 148-156. Epub 2008 Dec 1.

[IF 2.51]

84.  Yamaguchi S, Meguro K, Ishii H, Meguro M, Akanuma K. Assessment of mental deterioration with the Cognitive Abilities Screening Instrument (CASI) and glucose hypometabolism in Alzheimer’s disease: The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience 2009; 16: 1430-1434.

[IF 1.17]

85.  Lee E, Kinomura S, Meguro K, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Fukuda H. Confabulations on episodic and semantic memory questions are associated with different neurological backgrounds in Alzheimer’s disease. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology 2009; 22: 81-88.

[IF 1.88]

86.  Okazaki M, Kasai M, Meguro K, Yamaguchi S, Ishii H. Disturbances in everyday life activities and sequence disabilities in tool use for Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology 2009; 22: 215-221.

[IF 1.09]

87.  Nakata E, Kasai M, Kasuya M, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S, Meguro K. Combined memory and executive function tests can screen mild cognitive impairment and converters to dementia in a community: The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Neuroepidemiology 2009; 33: 103-110. Epub 2009 May 30.

[IF 2.38]

88.  Meguro M, Ishizaki J, Meguro K. Collage technique may provide new perspectives for Alzheimer patients by exploring messages from their inner world. Dementia & Neuropsychologia 2009; 3: 299-302.


 

89.  Kasuya M, Meguro K. Health economic effect of donepezil treatment for CDR 0.5 converters to Alzheimer's disease as shown by the Markov model. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 2010; 50: 295-299. Epub 2009 May 29.

[IF 1.36]

90.  Meguro M, Meguro K. Activated thalamic glucose metabolism after combined donepezil and psychosocial intervention. British Journal of Neuroscience Nursing 2010; 6: 176-180.

 

91.  Ishikawa H, Meguro K, Ishii H, Tanaka N, Yamaguchi S. Silent infarction or white matter hyperintensity and impaired attention task scores in a non-demented population: The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases 2012; 21(4): 275-282. Epub 2010 Oct 25.

[IF 1.98]

92.  Satoh M, Ishikawa H, Meguro K, Kasuya M, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S. Improved visual hallucination by donepezil and occipital glucose metabolism in dementia with Lewy Bodies: The Osaki-Tajiri Project. European Neurology 2010; 64(6): 337-344. Epub 2010 Nov 13.

[IF 1.49]

93.  Akanuma K, Meguro K, Meguro M, Chubaci RYS, Caramelli P, Nitrini R. Kanji and Kana agraphia in mild cognitive impairment and dementia: a trans-cultural comparison of elderly Japanese subjects living in Japan and Brazil. Dementia & Neuropsychologia 2010; 4(4): 300-305.

 

94.  Akanuma K, Meguro K, Meguro M, Sasaki E, Chiba K, Ishii H. Improved social interaction and increased anterior cingulate metabolism after group reminiscence with reality orientation approach for vascular dementia. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 2011; 192(3): 183-187. Epub 2011 May 4.

[IF 3.44]

95.  Suzuki R, Meguro M, Meguro K. Sleep disturbance is associated with decreased daily activity and impaired nocturnal reduction of blood pressure in dementia patients. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 2011; 53(3): 323-327. Epub 2010 Dec 3.

[IF 1.36]

96.  Meguro K, Chubaci RYS, Meguro M, Kawamorida K, Goto N, Caramelli P. Incidence of dementia and cause of death in elderly Japanese emigrants to Brazil before World War II. Archives of Gerontology and Geriatrics 2011; 52(1): 75-78.

[IF 1.36]

97.  Meguro K, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Kasai M, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S. Prognosis of vascular MCI includes vascular dementia onset and death by cardiovascular diseases: Reanalysis from the Osaki-Tajiri Project. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases 2012; 21(7): 607-611. Epub 2011 Mar 16.

 

98.  Sasaki Y, Marioni R, Kasai M, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S, Meguro K. Chronic kidney disease is a risk factor for dementia onset: A population-based study. The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2011; 59(7):


 

1175-1181. Epub 2011 Jun 13.

[IF 3.66]

99.  Tezuka K, Meguro K, Akanuma K, Tanaka N, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S. Overestimation of self-reported ADL in vascular dementia patients with a right hemisphere lesion. Journal of Stroke and Cerebrovascular Diseases 2013; 22(1): 9-14. Epub 2011 Jun 25.

[IF 1.98]

100.          Meguro K, Tanaka N, Kasai M, Nakamura K, Ishikawa H, Nakatsuka M, Satoh M, Ouchi Y. Prevalence of dementia and dementing diseases in the old-old population in Japan: The Kurihara Project. Implications for Long-Term Care Insurance Data. Psychogeriatrics 2012; 12: 226-234.

[IF 1.21]

101.          Meguro K, Tanaka N, Nakatsuka M, Nakamura K, Satoh M. Vascular lesions in mixed dementia, vascular dementia, and Alzheimer’s disease with cerebrovascular disease: The Kurihara Project. Journal of the Neurological Sciences 2012 Aug 4 [Epub ahead of print].

[IF 2.35]

102.          Meguro K, Meguro M, Akanuma K. Recurrent delusional ideas due to left caudate head infarction without dementia. Psychogeriatrics 2012; 12(1): 58-61. [IF 1.21]

103.          Inoue K, Meguro K, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Yamaguchi S, Fukuda H. Impaired memory and executive function associated with decreased hippocampal and frontal blood flow in CDR 0.5 status: The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Psychogeriatrics 2012; 12(1): 27-33.

[IF 1.21]

104.          Ouchi Y, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Kasai M, Ishii H, Meguro K. Impaired IADL affect conversion from MCI to dementia: The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Psychogeriatrics 2012; 12(1): 34-42.

[IF 1.21]

105.          Kasuya M, Meguro K, Okamura N, Funaki Y, Kato M, Ishikawa Y, Ishikawa h, Tanaka N, Tashiro M, Iwata R, Yanai K. Greater responsiveness to donepezil in Alzheimer patients with higher levels of acetylcholinesterase based on attention task scores and a donepezil PET study. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders 2012; 26(2): 113-118.

[IF 2.88]

106.          Yamaguchi S, Akanuma K, Hatayama Y, Otera M, Meguro K. Singing therapy can be effective for a patient with severe nonfluent aphasia. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research 2012; 35(1): 78-81.

[IF 1.08]

107.          Ikejima C, Hisanaga A, Meguro K, Yamada T, Ouma S, Kawamuro Y, Hyouki K, Nakashima K, Wada K, Yamada S, Watanabe I, Kakuma T, Aoyama Y, Mizukami K, Asada T. Multicenter population-based dementia prevalence survey in Japan: A preliminary report. Psychogeriatrics 2012; 12(2): 120-123.

[IF 1.21]

108.          Ishizaki J, Meguro K, Nara N, Kasai M, Yamadori A. Impaired shifting of


 

visuospatial attention in Alzheimer’s disease as shown by the covert orienting paradigm: Implications for visual construction disability. Behavioral Neurology 2013; 26: 121-129.

[IF 1.77]

109.          Liu YC, Yip PK, Fan YM, Meguro K. A potential protective effect in multilingual patients with semantic dementia: Two case reports of patients speaking Taiwanese and Japanese. Acta Neurologica Taiwanica 2012; 21(1): 25-30.

[IF 0.45]

110.          Kasai M, Meguro K, Nakamura K, Nakatsuka M, Ouch Y, Tanaka N. Screening for very Mild Subcortical Vascular Dementia Patients Aged 75 and above using Montreal Cognitive Assessment and Mini Mental State Exam in a Community: The Kurihara Project. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Extra 2012; 2:

503-515. Epub 2012 Nov 10.

[IF 2.14]

111.          Meguro K, Akanuma K, Ouchi Y, Meguro M, Nakamura K, Yamaguchi S. Vascular dementia with left thalamic infarction: Neuropsychological and behavioral implications suggested by involvement of the thalamic nucleus and the remote effect on cerebral cortex. The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 2013; 213(1): 56-62. Epub 2013 May 18.

[IF 2.52]

112.          Meguro K, Akanuma K, Meguro M. Patient-reported outcome is important in psychosocial intervention for dementia: A secondary analysis on RCT of group reminiscence approach data. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Extra 2013; 3(1): 37-38. Epub 2013 Feb 28.

[IF 2.14]

113.          Honda Y, Meguro K, Meguro M, Akanuma K. Social withdrawal of vascular dementia associated with disturbance of basic daily activities, apathy and impaired social judgement. The Journal of Long Term Home Health Care 2013; 14(2):

108-113

 

114.          Nakatsuka M, Meguro K, Tsuboi H, Nakamura K, Akanuma K, Yamaguchi S. Contents of delusional thoughts in Alzheimer’s disease and content-specific brain dysfunction assessed with BEHAVE-AD-FW and SPECT. International Psychogeriatrics 2013; 25(6): 939-948. Epub 2013 Feb 22.

[IF 2.24]

115.          Tanaka N, Meguro K, Ishikawa H, Yamaguchi S. Improved functional status by comprehensive physical and psychosocial approach through right insula activation in poststroke vascular dementia: A preliminary study. International Journal of Neuroscience 2013; 123(10): 698-704. Epub 2013 May 20.

[IF 0.88]

116.          Tanaka N, Nakatsuka M, Ishii H, Meguro K. Clinical utility of the Functional Independence Measure for assessment of patients with Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia. Psychogeriatrics 2013; 13(4): 199-205. Epub 2013 Oct 28. [IF 1.21]

117.          Takeda K, Meguro K, Tanaka N, Nakatsuka M. Difficulty with learning of

 

17


 

exercise instructions associated with “working memory” dysfunction and frontal glucose hypometabolism in a patient with very mild subcortical vascular dementia with knee osteoarthritis. British Medical Journal Case Reports 2013 Jul 25; 2013.

 

118.          Kasai M, Meguro K. Estimated quality-adjusted life-year associated with the degree of activities of daily living in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Extra 2013; 3: 482-488.

[IF 2.14]

119.          Nakamura K, Kasai M, Ouchi Y, Nakatsuka M, Tanaka N, Kato Y, Nakai M, Meguro K. Apathy is more severe in vascular than amnesitc mild cognitive impairment in a community: The Kurihara Project. Psychiatry and Clinical Neurosciences 2013; 67(7): 517-525.

[IF 2.13]

120.          Sachdev PS, Lipnicki DM, Kochan NA, Crawford JD, Rockwood K, Xiao S, Li J, Li X, Brayne C, Matthews FE, Stephan BC, Lipton RB, Katz MJ, Ritchie K, Carrière I, Ancelin ML, Seshadri S, Au R, Beiser AS, Lam LC, Wong CH, Fung AW, Kim KW, Han JW, Kim TH, Petersen RC, Roberts RO, Mielke MM, Ganguli M, Dodge H, Hughes T, Anstey KJ, Cherbuin N, Butterworth P, Ng TP, Gao Q, Reppermund S, Brodaty H, Meguro K, Schupf N, Manly J, Stern Y, Lobo A, Lopez-Anton R, Santabárbara J. COSMIC (Cohort Studies of Memory in an International Consortium): An international consortium to identify risk and protective factors and biomarkers of cognitive ageing and dementia in diverse ethnic and sociocultural groups. BMC Neurology 2013 Nov 6; 13(1): 165. [Epub]

[IF 2.56]

121.          Ito K, Mori E, Fukuyama H, Ishii K, Washimi Y, Asada T, Mori S, Meguro K, Kitamura S, Hanyu H, Nakano S, Matsuda H, Kuwabara Y, Hashikawa K, Momose T, Uchida Y, Hatazawa J, Minoshima S, Kosaka K, Yamada T, Yonekura Y;

J-COSMIC Study Group. Prediction of outcomes in MCI with (123)I-IMP-CBF SPECT: a multicenter prospective cohort study. Annals of Nuclear Medicine 2013; 27(10): 898-906. Epub 2013 Sep 6.

[IF 1.41]

122.          Meguro K, Kasai M, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S. Donepezil and life expectancy in Alzheimer’s disease: A retrospective analysis in the Tajiri Project. BMC Neurology 2014; 14: 83 [Epub].

[IF 2.56]

123.          Meguro K, Suzuki R, Nakata E, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S. Cognitive impairment affects mortality in older people in Japan. The Tajiri project 1991-2005. Journal of the American Geriatrics Society 2014; 62: 1793-1795.

[IF 3.66]

124.          Nakatsuka M, Meguro K, Nakamura K, Akanuma K, Yamaguchi S. “Residence is not home” is a particular type of delusion that associates with cognitive declines of Alzheimer’s disease. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders 2014; 38: 46-54. Epub 2014 Feb 20.

[IF 2.14]

125.          Takahashi Y, Meguro K, Nakatsuka M, Kasai M, Akanuma K, Yamaguchi S.


 

Semantic dementia shows both storage and access disorders of semantic memory.

Behavioral Neurology 2014; 2014: 508960. Epub 2014 Mar 9.

[IF 1.77]

126.          Suto T, Meguro K, Nakatsuka M, Kato Y, Tezuka K, Yamaguchi S, Tashiro M. Disorders of “taste cognition” are associated with insular involvement in patients with Alzheimer’s disease and vascular dementia: “Memory of food is impaired in dementia and responsible for poor diet.” International Psychogeriatrics 2014; 26: 1127-1138. Epub 2014 Apr 3.

[IF 2.24]

127.          Takada J, Meguro K. Health conditions, treatment and care of residents with dementia in group living-based care facilities (group homes): Perspectives of group home managers. Care Management Journal 2014; 15: 117-22.

128.          Takada J, Meguro K, Sato Y, Chiba Y; Kurihara Project Members. Life concerns of elderly people living at home determined by Community General Support Center staff: Implications for organizing more effective integrated community care system. The Kurihara Project. Psychogeriatrics 2014; 14(3): 188-195.

[IF 1.21]

129.          Kasai M, Meguro K, Akanuma K, Yamaguchi S. Alzheimer’s disease patients institutionalized in Group Homes run by Long-Term Care Insurance exhibit fewer symptoms of behavioral problems as evaluated by the BEHAVE-AD. Psychogeriatrics 2014 Nov 23. [Epub ahead of print].

[IF 1.21]

130.          Kawada M, Tanaka N, Yamaguchi S, Meguro K. Observational assessment of communication disorders in vascular dementia patients with right hemisphere damage. Psychogeriatrics 2014; 14(3): 143-151.

[IF 1.21]

131.          Verghese J, Annweiler C, Ayers E, Barzilai N, Beauchet O, Bennett DA, Bridenbaugh SA, Buchman AS, Callisaya ML, Camicioli R, Capistrant B, Chatterji S, De Cock AM, Ferrucci L, Giladi N, Guralnik JM, Hausdorff JM, Holtzer R, Kim KW, Kowal P, Kressig RW, Lim JY, Lord S, Meguro K, Montero-Odasso M, Muir-Hunter SW, Noone ML, Rochester L, Srikanth V, Wang C. Motoric cognitive resk syndrome: Multicountry prevalence and dementia risk. Neurology 2014; 83(8): 718-726. Epub 2014 Jul 16.

[IF 8.17]

132.          Fujishima M, Maikusa N, Nakamura K, Nakatsuka M, Matsuda H, Meguro K. Mild cognitive impairment, poor episodic memory, and late-life depression are associated with cerebral cortical thinning and increased white matter hyperintensities. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 2014 Nov 7; 6: 306. eCollection 2014.

[IF 2.80]

133.          Meguro K, Ouchi Y, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Kasai M. Donepezil can improve daily activities and promote rehabilitation for severe Alzheimer’s patients in

Long-Term Care Health Facilities. BMC Neurology 2014; 14: 243 [Epub].

[IF 2.56]


 

134.          Ouchi Y, Meguro K, Akanuma K, Kato Y, Yamaguchi S. Normal hearing ability but impaired auditory selective attention associated with prediction of response to donepezil in patients with Alzheimer’s disease. Behavioral Neurology 2015; 2015: 540348.

[IF 1.77]

135.          Oonuma J, Kasai M, Meguro K, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S. Non-3D pattern of copying Necker cube as a risk of dementia among non-demented population: Reanalysis from the Tajiri project. 2016; 16(5): 298-304. doi:10.1111/psyg.12161.

[IF 1.21]

136.          Akanuma K, Meguro K, Satoh M, Tashiro M, Itoh M. Singing can improve speech function in aphasics associated with intact right basal ganglia and preserved right temporal glucose metabolism: Implications for singing therapy indication. International Journal of Neuroscience 2016 Jan; 126(1): 39-45.

[IF 0.88]

137.          Akanuma K, Meguro K, Kato Y, Takahashi Y, Nakamura K, Yamaguchi S. Impaired attention function based on the Montréal Cognitive Assessment in vascular dementia patients with frontal hypoperfusion: The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Journal of Clinical Neuroscience 2016 [Epub].

[IF 1.32]

138.          Akanuma K, Nakamura K, Meguro K, Chiba M, Gutiérrez Ubeda SR, Kumai K, Kato Y, Oonuma J, Kasai M, Nakatsuka M, Seki T, Tomita H; Tome Project Members. Disturbed social recognition and impaired risk judgement in older residents with mild cognitive impairment after the Great East Japan Earthquake of 2011: the Tome Project. Psychogeriatrics 2016; 16(6): 349-354. doi: 10.1111/psyg.12175. Epub 2016 Jan 12

[IF 1.21]

139.          Liu YC, Liu YY, Yip PK, Akanuma K, Meguro K. More delusions may be observed in low-proficient multilingual Alzheimer’s disease patients. PLoS One 2015 Nov10; 10(11): e0140714.

[IF 3.23]

140.          Nakamura K, Kasai M, Nakai M, Nakatsuka M, Meguro K. The group reminiscence approach can increase self-awareness of memory deficits and evoke a life review in people with mild cognitive impairment: The Kurihara Project data. Journal of the American Medical Directors Association 2016; 17: 501-507.

[IF 4.94]

141.          Nakatsuka M, Nakamura K, Hamanosono R, Takahashi Y, Kasai M, Sato Y, Suto T, Nagatomi R, Meguro K. A cluster randomized controlled trial of nonpharmacological interventions for old-old subjects with a Clinical Dementia Rating of 0.5: The Kurihara Project. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Extra 2015 May 30; 5(2); 221-232.

[IF 2.14]

142.          Meguro K, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Yamaguchi S, Ishii H, Tashiro M. Prevalence and prognosis of “prodromal AD” as assessed with MRI and FDG-PET in a community: Reanalysis from the Osaki-Tajiri Project. Psychogeriatrics 2015 Jun


 

26.

[IF 1.21]

143.          Meguro K, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Kasai M, Ishii H, Yamaguchi S. Lifetime expectancy and quality-adjusted life-year in Alzheimer’s disease with and without cerebrovascular disease: Effects of nursing home replacement and donepezil administration - A retrospective analysis in the Tajiri Project. BMC Neurology 2015 Nov 5; 15: 227.

[IF 2.56]

144.          Kaneta T, Nakatsuka M, Nakamura K, Seki T, Yamaguchi S, Tsuboi M, Meguro

K. Improved diagnostic accuracy of SPECT through statistical analysis and the detection of a “sensorimotor hotspot” sign for the diagnosis of Alzheimer’s disease in a community-based study: “The Osaki-Tajiri Project.” Clinical Nuclear Medicine 2016 Jan; 41(1): 11-16.

[IF 3.93]

145.          Ito K, Fukuyama H, Senda M, Ishii K, Maeda K, Yamamoto Y, Ouchi Y, Ishii K, Okumura A, Fujiwara K, Kato T, Arahata Y, Washimi Y, Mitsuyama Y, Meguro K, Ikeda M; Sead-J Study Group. Journal of Alzheimer’s disease 2015; 45(2): 543-552. [IF 4.15]

146.          Meguro K, Akanuma K, Meguro M, Yamaguchi S, Ishii H, Tashiro M. Prevalence and prognosis of prodromal Alzheimer’s disease as assessed by magnetic resonance imaging and 18F-fluorodeoxyglucose–positron emission tomography in a community: Reanalysis from the Osaki-Tajiri Project. Psychogeriatrics 2016; 16: 116-120.

[IF 1.21]

147.          Kumai K, Nakamura K, Meguro K. Improved leaning of sequential behavior during cane gait or climbing up and down stairs due to femoral neck fracture: An implication for donepezil prescription for very mild Alzheimer’s disease. Psychogeriatrics 2016 Jul 13 [Epub ahead of print].

[IF 1.21]

148.          Kumai K, Meguro K, Kasai M, Nakamura K, Nakatsuka M; the Kurihara Project members. Neuroepidemiologic and neurobehavioral characteristics of Motoric Cognitive Risk syndrome among the old-old population: The Kurihara Project. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Extra 2016; 6: 176-182.

[IF 2.14]

149.          Kato Y, Meguro K, Nakatsuka M, Nakamura K, Tsuboi M, Yamaguchi S. Impaired Picture Arrangement subscores (WAIS-III) associated with decreased place orientation and frontal/occipital blood flow in Alzheimer’s disease: Implications for social judgment dysfunction. The Osaki-Tajiri Project. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 2016; 256: 65-69.

[IF 3.24]

150.          Ouchi Y, Kasai M, Nakamura K, Nakatsuka M, Meguro K. Qualitative assessment of instrumental activities of daily living in older persons with very mild dementia: The Kurihara Project. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Extra 2016; 6: 374-381.

[IF 2.14]


 

151.          Kobayashi Y, Takahashi Y, Seki T, Kaneta T, Amarume K, Kasai M, Meguro K; the Kurihara Project Members. Decreased Physical Activity associated with Executive Dysfunction Correlates with Cognitive Impairment among Older Adults in the Community: A Retrospective Analysis from the Kurihara Project: Implication for “Exercise” Intervention for Dementia Prevention. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Extra 2016; 6: 350-360.

[IF 2.14]

152.          Yang YH, Meguro K, Kim SY, Shim YS, Yu X, Chen CLH, Wang H, Lam L, Senanarong V, Dominguez J, Lu P, Lin YT, Hu CJ, Chiu PY, Fuh JL, Wang WF, Yu BC, Li T, Wang MW, Situmeang RFV, Jang JW, Zhang J, Chan WC, Zhou YY, Lou H, Zhang L, Ye M, Chen X. Impact of Alzheimer’s disease in nine Asian countries. Gerontology 2016; 62: 425-433.

[IF 3.10]

153.          Takada J, Meguro K, Ishikawa H, Ouchi Y, Nakatsuka M; The Kurihara Project Members. Handling of household flammables by elderly dwelling in the community: General survey on actual status. The Kurihara Project. Journal of Community Medicine and Health Education 2016; 6: 4. doi:10.4172/2161-0711.1000463.

[IF 2.15]

154.          Ishikawa H, Takada J, Meguro K, Ouchi Y, Nakatsuka M; The Kurihara Project Members. Handling of household flammables by elderly dwelling in the community: Executive function and judgment involved in handling errors. The Kurihara Project. Journal of Community Medicine and Health Education 2016; 6: 4.

doi:10.4172/2161-0711.1000464.

[IF 2.15]

155.          Liu YC, Liu YY, Yip PK, Meguro M, Meguro K. Speaking one more language in early life has only minor effects on cognition in Taiwanese with low education level: The Taishan Project. Psychogeriatrics 2017 Jan 30; 17: 256-261. doi:10.1111/psyg. 12230.

[IF 1.77]

156.          Liu YC, Hsu JL, Wang SJ, Yip PK, Meguro K, Fuh JL. Language background in early life may be related to neuropsychiatry symptoms in patients with Alzheimer disease. BMC Geriatrics 2017 Feb 10; 17(1): 50. doi: 10.1186/s12877-017-0435-2 [IF 2.96]

157.          Yang YH, Meguro K, Dominguez J, Chen CL, Wang H, Ong PA. Gender's Effects to the Early Symptoms of Alzheimer's Disease in 5 Asian Countries. American Journal of Alzheimers Disease and Other Dementia 2017; 32(4): 194-199. doi: 10.1177/1533317517698796. Epub 2017 Mar 30.

[IF 2.04]

158.          Liu YC, Meguro K, Nakamura K, Akanuma K, Nakatsuka M, Seki T, Nakaaki S, Mimura M, Kawakami N. Depression and Dementia in Old-Old Population: History of Depression May Be Associated with Dementia Onset. The Tome Project. Frontiers in Aging Neuroscience 2017; 9: 335.

[IF 4.60]

159.           Kumai K, Nakamura K, Meguro K. Improved learning of sequential behavior


 

during cane gait training or stair climbing after femoral neck fracture: an implication for donepezil for very mild Alzheimer's disease. Psychogeriatrics 2017; 17: 144-145. [IF 1.77]

160.          Kasai M, Meguro K, Ozawa H, Kumai K, Imaizumi H, Minegishi H, Oi H, Oizumi A, Yamashiro M, Matsuda M, Tanaka M, Itoi E.Fear of Falling and Cognitive

Impairments in Elderly People with Hip Fractures. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Extra 2017; 7: 386-394.

[IF 3.70]

161.          Takahashi K, Aoki H, Sato Y, Chiba Y, Meguro K. Current healthcare system for community residents with dementia: A questionnaire survey for dispensing pharmacies, home care support offices, and visiting care support offices. Journal of Community Medicine & Health Education 2017; 7: 5.

[IF 2.15]

162.          Meguro K. Cholinesterase inhibitors are compatible with psychosocial intervention for Alzheimer disease patients suggested by neuroimaging findings. Psychiatry Research: Neuroimaging 2017; 259: 29-33. doi:10.1016/j.pscychresns.2016.09.009.

[IF 2.75]


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Honorary Degree are awarded for recognizing  distinguished contribution by reputed experts in their field. Honorary Degree are superior from academic degree, because they are earned from prestigious contribution, which sets standards for others to follow. Because of well established contribution of Legends, Honorary Degree do not require the candidate to complete course work, and course duration like in academic degree. Indeed, Honorary Degree is 'honor', the best a candidate can be recognized! Examples of Honorary Degree are Honorary Doctor of Science (D.Sc.), Honorary Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.), Honorary Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) and Honorary Ph.D. This page contains detailed information on how to apply for Honorary Degree and admission procedure.

 

What are highest post-doctoral degrees?

The Honorary Doctor of Science (D.Sc.), Honorary Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.), Honorary Doctor of Laws (LL.D.) and Honorary Ph.D are the highest post-doctoral degrees.

 

Applications are invited for award of Honorary D.Sc. Degree in the disciplines of Science, Engineering, Technology and other related areas.

 

Honorary D.Litt. are awarded in the disciplines of Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas.

 

Honorary LL.D. in the discipline of Law and other related areas are awarded to a candidate whose work and research have made distinct contributions to the advancement of knowledge.


Honorary D.Sc.

Honorary Doctor of Science (Latin: Scientiae Doctor), is usually abbreviated Sc.D., D.Sc., S.D., or D.S., is highest recognition for meritorious research scholars.  

 

Eligibility for Honorary D.Sc.

 

A candidate who is awarded Honorary Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the disciplines of Science, Engineering, Technology and other related areas by university or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any university may present his/her candidacy for the degree of Honorary Doctor of Science (D.Sc.) provided he/she must have:

 

Done Doctoral work in Science, Engineering, Technology and other related areas and have published 2 research papers in journals.

 

Or

 

Post Ph.D. experience and have made a distinct contribution to the society and advancement of knowledge.

 

Or

 

Post Ph.D. experience with at least three recommendations/ referrals of his / her  research or contribution from nationally/ internationally recognized experts in the concerned field and his/her work and effort which should have made a distinct contribution to the society and advancement of knowledge.

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Honorary D.Litt.

Honorary Doctor of Letters (D.Litt., Litt.D., D. Lit., or Lit. D.; Latin Litterarum Doctor or Doctor Litterarum) is highest recognition for meritorious research scholars.


Eligibility for Honorary D.Litt.

 

A candidate who is awarded Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the disciplines of Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas by University or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any University may present his/her candidacy for the Honorary Doctor of Literature (D.Litt.) provided that he/she:

 

Done post-doctoral work in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas and has published 2 research papers in journals.

 

Or

 

Post Ph.D. experience of more than 2 years in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas,

 

Or

 

Ph.D. with at least three recommendations/ referrals of his research/ contribution from nationally/ internationally recognized experts of concerned field and his/her work and efforts has made distinct contributions to the society and advancement of knowledge.

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A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary D.Litt. shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

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• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

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• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

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Honorary Ph.D 

Applications are invited for Honorary Ph.D from eminent persons, who have made significant contribution.


Eligibility for Honorary Ph.D

 

A candidate who is awarded Masters degree in any discipline of Arts / Science / Management / Commerce / Engineering / Medical Science / Sports / Pharmacy / Law or other related areas by University or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any University may present his/her candidacy for the Honorary Ph.D provided that he/she has:

 

Minimum 2 years post Masters Degree experience or has published 3 research papers in journals.

 

Or

 

Post Masters degree experience of more than 3 years in Business, Humanities, Social Sciences, Design, Creative Arts and other related areas,

 

Or

 

Masters degree with at least three recommendations/ referrals of his research/ contribution from nationally/ internationally recognized experts of concerned field and his/her work and efforts has made distinct contributions to the society and advancement of knowledge.

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Honorary LL.D

Honorary Legum Doctor (Latin: "teacher of the laws") (LL.D; Doctor of Laws in English) is highest recognition for meritorious research scholars.


Eligibility for Honorary LL.D

 

A candidate who is awarded Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in the discipline of Law and related areas by University or degree recognized equivalent thereto from any University may present his/her candidacy for the Doctor of Laws (LL.D) provided that he/she has:

 

Minimum 2 years post Ph.D. teaching experience or Law practice in Court and has published 2 research papers in journals.

 

Or

 

Have post Master of Laws (LLM), Legal Practice Course (LPC) and Graduate Diploma in Law (GDL) experience of more than 2 years in the discipline of law and related areas, at least three recommendations/referrals of his work or contribution from nationally/internationally recognized experts of concerned field and his/her work and efforts has made distinct contributions to the society in the field of law.

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Name of Program: Honorary LL.D.

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• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

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A candidate seeking to submit his candidacy for Honorary D.Sc./ Honorary D.Litt./ Honorary LL.D. / Honorary Ph.D shall apply to Admission Department along with the following documents and requirements online at email      plojindexing@gmail.com

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• A brief account of his/ her recent research work, contribution to society, innovation, advancement (in about 1000 words)

• List of publications, books, policy documents, newspaper articles, magazine articles etc.

• Reprints of best research papers, achievements in society, industry, academics and administration

• Details of contribution to society in any one or more areas – social, education, development and finance, global policy, international relations, health, environmental issues, politics, science and technology, innovation, industry and entrepreneurship and ethics etc.

• Copies of certificates in support of qualifications and experience

• Detail of Referrals/Recommendations, if any

• Proof of Patents, If any

 

After scrutiny and evaluation of submitted proposal for the candidacy of Honorary D.Sc./ Honorary D.Litt./ Honorary LL.D. / Honorary Ph.D Once the proposal is approved, the candidate will be allowed to register for Honorary D.Sc. / Honorary D.Litt. / Honorary LL.D. / Honorary Ph.D by payment of registration fee.

  

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Dr. Nitesh C. Joshi and Dr. Ambika N. Joshi are conferred with James P. Joule Research Award-2016 in Ecology

 

Dr. Aruna Devaraj is conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Herpetology

 

International Agency for Standards and Ratings recognizes Dr Margaret Chan, Director-General, World Health Organization with Louis Pasteur Research Award-2016 in Public Health

 

International Agency for Standards and Ratings recognizes Manoj ku. Mohapatra with Ronald Ross Research Award-2016 in Malariology

 

International Agency for Standards and Ratings recognizes Russian President Vladimir Putin with Louis Pasteur Research Award-2016 in Diplomatic Relations

 

 

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IASR recognizes Xi Jinping (President China) with Louis Pasteur Research Award-2016 in Rural Development

 

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Namita Soni and Soam Prakasare conferred with James P. Joule Research Award-2016 in Nanotechnology

 

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Dr. Lakshman Chandra De is conferred with Antonie van Leeuwenhoek Research Award-2016 in Floriculture

 

International Agency for Standards and Ratings increases ratings for Facebook due to Intellectual Push Ups: 2016 Report 

 

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Dr. Galya Atanasova is conferred with William Harvey Award Award-2015 in Medicine

 

Dr. Raja AL-Otaibi is conferred with Francis Crick Research Award-2015 in Fuel Processing Technology

 

Dr. Jayati Nath and Dr. Garima Bajpayi are conferred with William Harvey Research Award-2015 in Obstetrics & Gynecology

 

 

Ritu Mahajan, Nisha Kapoor and Shweta Tickoo are conferred with James Chadwick Research Award-2015 in Biochemistry

 

 

M.V.G. Krishnan, G.M. Greeshma, J.M. Aswathy, D.P. Pradeep, R. Krishnan, G.S. Manoj, K. Murugan are conferred with Nicolaus Copernicus Research Award-2015 in Phytochemistry

 

Dr. Sunisha Kulkarni is conferred with Camillo Golgi Research Award- 2015 in Pharmacy

 

Ali H. El-Farrash, Ehab M. Attalla, Yasser M. Elkerm and Reham A. El Gendy are conferred with Henri Becquerel Research Award-2015 in Radiology

 

 

Jwala Mounika Satti, Kiran Kumar M, Sudhakar Pola and Sandeep BV are conferred with Pythagoras Research Award-2015 in Biotechnology

 

Confidence Worlanyo Bansah is conferred with Camillo Golgi Research Award-2015 in Social Science

 

 

Dr. Peter McCarthy is conferred with Pythagoras Research Award-2015 in 

Applied Mathematics

 

S.G. Sunagar, S.B. Hinchigeri, D.B. Sajjan and C.J. Savanurmath are conferred with Marie Curie Research Award-2015 in Biochemistry 

 

Kailash Chandra Pandey and Neeta Pande are conferred with Pythagoras Research Award-2015 in Ethnobotany

 

 

Dr. Amarjit Singh Sarpal is conferred with Wolff Kishner Research Award-2015 in AnalyticaChemistry

 

Manju R. and Dr. M. Maruthi Kalaiselvare conferred with Henri Becquerel Research Award-2015 in Environmental Science

 

Dr. Anwar Shahzad is conferred with Marie Curie Research Award-2015 in Plant Biotechnology

 

Amit Kumar Jain is conferred with Nicolaus Copernicus Research Award-2015 in Plant Physiology

 

Fatma A. Khalil, Lamiaa A.A. Barakat, Nahla H. Ali, Nagwa A. Ahmed and Alyae M.S. Gabal are conferred with Academic Excellence Award-2016 in Biochemistry

 

 

Dr. Mukesh C. Sharma is conferred with Pythagoras Research Award-2015 in Pharmaceutical Science

 

Jiwan Jyoti and Dr. Sukhjeet Kaur are conferred with Richard Kuhn Research Award-2015 in Ethnobiology 

 

 

Amit Pandey and Mahendra Gusain are conferred with Richard Kuhn Research Award-2015 in Conservation Biology

 

 

B.R. Thorat, B. Nazirkar, V.B. Thorat, M. Mandewale, A. Nagarsekar and R.S. Yamgar are conferred with Joseph Priestley Research Award-2015 in Chemical Science

 

 

A. Nasreen, M.L. Satyanarayana and S. Rao are conferred with Emil Fischer Research Award-2015 in Diabetes and Health

 

 

Mahendra R. Pakhale, Varshay R. Pakhale, Dr. Harshal Pachapor and Dr. S. Pramanik are conferred with Richard Kuhn Research Award-2015 in Enzymology

 

 

 

S. Bhatta, S. Dhyani and S. Kumar are conferred with Joseph Everett Dutton Research Award-2015 in Biotechnology

 

 

T. Houètchégnon, D.S.J.C. Gbèmavo, C. Ouinsavi and N. Sokpon are conferred with International Sustainable Development Research Award-2015  

 

 

Dr. SK. Irfan Ali, Dr. Bhuvnesh Chaturvedi are conferred with Pierre Fauchard Research Award-2015 in Orthopaedics

 

 

Dr. Subhabrata Ghosh is conferred with Camillo Golgi Research Award-2015 in Biotechnology

 

Dr. Baitsaid Nasser Ali is conferred with Isaac Newton Research Award-2015 in Horticulture

 

 

Dr. Radha Krishna Murthy K., Mr. Z. Naveen Kumar, Dr. Lavanya M., Dr. Ravuri Prabhakar Rao, Dr. K. Saraswathi and Dr. Vivek Shridhar Natu are conferred with Pierre Fauchard Research Award-2015 in Endocrinology

 

 

Hetal Roy, Zarana Patel, Pooja Chauhan and Suresh Balakrishnan are conferred with Camillo Golgi Research Award-2015 in Toxicology

 

 

Farhana Alam Ripa, Pritesh Ranjan Dash, Mst. Luthfun Nesa and Zara Sheikh are conferred with Isaac Newton Research Award-2015 in Biochemistry

 

 

Dr. Ammar M. Shehadeh and Dr. Amer Abdulmola Albawab are conferred with William Harvey Research Award-2015 in Pediatric Cardiology

 

 

Dr. Baisakhi Bandyopadhyay  is conferred with Winston Churchill Research Award-2015 in Ethnobiology 



Meenakshi Vaidya is conferred with Barbara McClintock Research Award-2015 in Anatomy

 

T.R. Aswathy, Dr. V.S. Sugunan and Dr. A.S. Nair is conferred with Michael Faraday Research Award-2015 in Ayurveda

 

Dr. Faris Nasif Faris Al- Shubiri is conferred with Henri Fayol Research Award-2015 in Applied Economics



Mamedli Sevil Akif is conferred with Johann Wilhelm Ritter Research Award-2015 in Radiology



E.M. Abdelrazek, Mohamed M. Ghozlan, Ehab M. Attalla and Mustafa Elnaggar are conferred with Kirchhoff Research Award-2015 in Radiology

 

 

Dr. B. Sujatha, Dr. P. Lakshmi-narayana Reddy, Dr. M.A. Shanthan Babu and Dr. S. Sankar Naik are conferred with James D. Watson Research Award-2015 in Organic Farming

 

Santu Dhara and Sagarika Bandyopadhyay  are conferred with Marie Curie Research Award-2015 in Osteology

 

Singh Sandhya S and Urooj Asna are conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Diabetes and Health

 

 

S. Laxmi Priya, E. A. Jose and K. M. Rajesh are conferred with Marie Curie Research Award-2015 in Chromatography

 

Dr. Shobha Patil, Dr. P.G. Tadasad and Dr. Deepthi are conferred with Winston Churchill Research Award-2015 in Social Science

Tanushri M. Kamble is conferred with Amedeo Avogadro Research Award-2015 in Planning and Architecture 

 

 

Hidetoshi Ikeda is conferred with Academic Excellence Award-2015 in Endocrinology

 

 

Dr. D.M. Al-Eisawi is conferred with Michael Faraday Research Award-2015 in Biodiversity

 

 

Dr. Rima Dada is conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Molecular Biology

 

Lucio Munoz  is conferred with Pierre Fauchard Research Award-2015 in Environmental Management

 

A. Niyaz and Dr. E.N. Siddiqui are conferred with Kirchhoff Research Award-2015 in Horticulture

 

Dr. S.K. Sivaraman, Dr. P.T. Annamala and Dr. G. Zachariah are conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Biochemistry 

 

Dr. Naeem Ahmad is conferred with Pierre Fauchard Research Award-2015 in Dentistry

 

P. Ananthi, S. Soosairaj and M. Sasikumar  are conferred with Amedeo Avogadro Research Award in Ethnobiology

 

Yadav Sunil, Kalra Sheetal*, Yadav Joginder are conferred with Asian Sports Research Award-2015 in Physiotherapy

 

 

N. Panda, A.V. Reddy, G.V.S. Reddy and M.S. Ansari are conferred with Amedeo Avogadro Research Award-2015 in Pharmacy

 

Dr. Deshmukh Sunny, Dr. Sabnis Rajesh, Dr. Nayyar Abhishek Singh, Dr. Panda Arun, and Dr. Bonde Raman are conferred with Rutherford Research Award-2015 in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

 

 

Dr. Dhananjay Vasantrao Bhale and Dr. J.S. Bardapurkar are conferred with Marie Curie Research Award in Diabetes and Health 

 

Dr. Eniojukan Joshua Funsho is conferred with Camillo Golgi Research Award-2015 in Pharmacy

 

Dr. Lakshmi Shetty, Kulkarni D., Shah S. and Mony D. are conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery

 

N.D. Zargar K.Z. Khan are conferred with Stanley Miller Research Award-2015 in Materials Science 

Negero Gemedaa, Yimtubezinash Woldeamanuel, Daniel Asrat, Asfaw Debella and Yehualashet Beleteare conferred withPierre Fauchard Research Award-2015 in Parasitology 

 

Shukla Purva, Arora Bharti and Kalra Sheetal are conferred with William Harvey Research Award-2015 in Physiotherapy

 

 

Shrirang Holkar and Dr. Surinder Makhija are conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Diabetes and Health

 

 

A.P. Singh, A. Tripathi, C. Anand, S. Khare, S. Jain and P. Sinha are conferred with 

Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Anatomy

 

 

Tamer Dawod, E M Abdelrazek, Hend Ahmed El-Hadaad and Mariam Isam are conffered with Archimedes Research Award-2015 in Oncology 

 

Dr. J. Jerome Jeyakumar is conferred with Young Scientist Award-2015 in Horticulture

 

 

K.V. Balasubramaniam and V. Sita are conferred with Henri Becquerel Research Award-2015 in Business Management

 

 

Mrs. Deepa C, Dr. Nanda. W. Shinde are conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Ethnobotany

 

Dr. B.M. Pardeshi* is conferred with Joseph Everett Dutton Research Award-2015 in Phytochemistry

 

Anam Noor Khan, Poonam Prakash and Mohammad Sikander Dar* are conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Antioxidants


Xavier Riaud is conferred with Pierre Fauchard Memorial Research Award-2015 in Dentistry

 

H.I. Abdelkadera, Khaled Mohaamed El Shahatb, Mostafa Elnaggarc and Mohamed A. Aldaya are conffered with Joseph John Thomson Research Award- 2015 in Radiology

 

J.E Ban*, S.R Al-Katib, B.S AlGhazali  are conferred with Antonie van Leeuwenhoek Research Award-2015 in Gynecology

 

Baitsaid Nasser Ali is conferred with Nelson Mandela Research Award-2015 in Agriculture 

 

Pooja Jagtap, Humera Bhattiwala and Annika Durve are conferred withLeonor Michaelis Research Award-2015 in Biotechnology 

 

 

Mr. Bharat Singh*, Dr. Mahendra Pratap Singh are conferred with Kirchhoff Research Award-2015 in Mechanical Engineering

 

Mawih Kareem Shaker Al Ani is conferred with Henri Fayol Research Award-2015 in Economy

 

M. Krishnaveni is conferred with Robert Brown Research Award-2015 in Pharmacy

 

 

Abdulaziz Rabiu Abdulkadir is conferred with Isaac Newton Research Award-2015 in Phytochemistry

 

 

Manas Das and Kowshik Ghosh are conferred with Neil Armstrong Research Award-2015 in Sports and Physical Education

 

Walter Ndam Tacham, Fonge Beatrice Ambo and Theophile Fonkou are conferred with Arrhenius Research Award-2015 in Ethnobotany

 

Prof. Ibrahim M.S. Shnawa is conferred Winston Churchill Research Award-2015 in Immunology

 

 

Ghana Shyam Behera*, Rajesh Kumar Mohanta, Prasanna Kumar Swain, Mihir Kanti Panda, Padhi Sailabala  are conferred withJohann Heinrich Lambert Research Award-2015 in Biotechnology

 

Sawsan Attalah Saleh Oran is conferred with Michael Faraday Research Award-2015 in Medicinal Plants

 

Prof. Elmetwally Abdelrazek, Mustafa kamal, Alwan M. Alwan and Wail H. Ali are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Materials Science

 

Dr. Rakshit Ameta, Prajapati Dineshkumar Ishwarlal, Dr. Neelu Chouhan and Dr. Pinki B. Punjabi are conferred with Grignard Research Award-2015 in Chemical Science

 

 

B.Uma Maheswari and R.S. Meerabai are conffered with Nicolaus Copernicus Research Award-2015 in Pharmacy

 

Noel Dawang and Dr. Festus Chukwuemeka are conferred with Robert Koch Research Award-2015 in Medicinal Plants

 

Sowmya Rajashekar and Dr. Asna Urooj are conferred with Frederick Banting Research Award-2015 in Diabetes

 

Sowmya Rajashekar and Dr. Asna Urooj are conferred with Frederick Banting Research Award-2015 in Diabetes

 

Agbo J. Attah, Ejembi E.P. and Okwu O.J. are conferred with Alexander Fleming Research Award-2015 in Agricultural Economics and Sustainable Development

 

 

Shahdab Hussain, Dr. B. L. Yadav, Dr. C.B. Gena and Mrs. Kanta Meena are conferred with James Chadwick Research Award-2015 in Biodiversity

 

 

Dr. Devangi Parag Chachad is conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Herbal Medicine

 

 

Ashwini Kumar Dixit and Bhaskar Chaurasia are conferred with Stanford Research Award- 2015 in Ethnomedicine

 

 

Dr. Gidda Maheswaruduis conferred withCharles Darwin Research Award-2015 in Zoology

 

Dr. Manoranjan Ranjit, Dr. Rupenangshu Kumar Hazra and Dr. Gunanidhi Dhangadamajhi

are conferred withRonald Ross Research Award-2015 in Infectious Diseases

 

 

 

Dr. Ramdoss Karthikeyan, Chapala Devadasu and Puttagunta Srinivasa Babu are conferred with Stanford Research Award-2015 in Phytochemistry

 

 

Dr. Jatinder Pal Singh Chawla is conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Oral and Maxillofacial Surgery 

 

Dr. Alok Tripathi, Dr. Chhitij Anand, Dr. Aditya Pratap Singh and Dr. Satyam Khare are conferred with Kary Mullis Research Award-2015 in Anatomy

 

 

Dr. Tabinda Hasan is conferred with Marie Curie Research Award-2015 in Anatomy

 

 

Bhasha S.K.M., John Paul M. and Sivakumar Reddy P. are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Ecology

 

Malti Arya and Dr. A. K. Agrawal are conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Ethnobiology 

 



 

Vuković S. Milivoje*, Moljević M. Nebojša and Petaković I. Goran are conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Surgery

 

 

Hidetoshi Ikeda is conferred with Archimedes Research Award-2015 in Surgery

 

 

Dr. Lakshman Chandra De is conferred with Heinrich Hertz Research Award-2015 in Horticulture

 

Dr. Munna Lal Patel is conferred with Marie Curie Research Award-2015 in Nephrology

 

 

 

Raj Bali and Swati are conferred with Kepler Research Award-2015 in Physics

 

 

Dr. Miyako Takagi is conferred with Barbara McClintock Research Award-2015 in Transplantation

 

M.F.M.F.Siddiqui, S.P.Waghmare, S.G.Mode, K.S.Pajai, Adarsh*, S.Maini, K.Ravikanth are conferred with Hans Kreb Research Award- 2015 in Veterinary Science

 

Donya Poy, Mostafa Ghanei and Azim Akbarzadeh are conferred with Michael Faraday Research Award-2015 in Horticulture

Mr. Yahya Khan, Prof. Sahera Nasreen  are conferred with Alexander Graham Bell Research Award-2015 in Natural Medicine

 

Dr. C. Singh is conferred with Michael Faraday Research Award-2015 in Proteomics

 

Mr. Paneti Kullayappa, Dr. A. Ramesh and Dr. B. Chandra Mohana Reddy are conferred with World Young Scientist Award- 2015 in Materials Science

 

Dr. Yadav S.G., Dr. Awasthi R.S. are conferred with Antonie van Leeuwenhoek Research Award-2015 in Ecology

 

 

Arjumand Shah, Arif Habib, Huma Rafiq, Arsheed Iqbal, Kounser, and Nighatare conferred with International Unani Medicine Research Award-2014

 

Jože Matela, Štefan Pintarič, Pintarič Robert and Dr. Vadnjal Stanka are conffered with Isaac Newton Research Award-2015 in Radiology

 

Late Dr. A.P.J. Abdul Kalam is conferred with Photon Research Award-2015 in Humanities and Social Science

 

Rekha Sachan is conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Obstetrics & Gynecology

 

Suman Gupta*, P. Goyal, N. Tondon, B. Chaudhary are conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Bioprocess Technology

 

Dr. Syeda Afshana is conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Mass Communication

 

 

Bikash Chandra Ghosh, Md. Ataul Gani Osmani, Md. Elias Hossain are conferred with Michael Faraday Research Award-2015 in Economics

 

 

Mrs. M. Krishnaveni is conferred with Barbara McClintock Research Award-2015 in Biotechnology

 

 

Hidetoshi Ikeda is conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Neurology

 

 

Ganesan V*., Astalakshmi A., Malathi R.are conferred with World Biochemical Research Award-2015 in Bioprocess Technology

 

Sabina Dias*, Reena Thakur, Soniya Velguekar, Marilyn D’Mello, Sonam Madgaonkar are conferred with Frederick Banting Research Award-2015 in Bioresources 

 

Izhar Husain, Mesheil Alalyani, Dr. Arif Habib Hanga are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Environmental Remediation

 

Dr. Manisha Arora, Mr. Roshan Kumar Mahat, Mr. Sudeep Kumar, Dr. Shashank Tyagi, Dr. Rajiv Nehra, Dr. Jyoti Batra  are conferred with William Harvey Research Award-2015 in Biochemistry

 

Caser Ghaafar Abdel, Kawther Ali Yousif are conferred with International Carl Wilhelm von Nägeli Research Award- 2014 in Plant Science

 

Sonali Patil, Anju Unnithan, Dr. Geetha Unnikrishnan are conferred with Louis Pasteur Research Award-2015 in Biotechnology

 

K. Elanchezhyan*, B. Vinothkumar are conffered with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Entomology

 

Phakakrong Samrejrongroj, Tanit Boonsiri and Sudaluck Thunyaharn are conferred with Joseph Lister Research Award-2015 in Immunology

 

Dr. Ian Martins is conferred with Richard Kuhn Research Award-2015 in Endocrinology and Metabolism

 

Mukhaled Louay Ali, Ban Ali Salih, Athraa Y. Al. Hijazi are conferred with Archimedes Research Award-2015 in Dentistry

Ruqaia M. Ibraheem, Khulood W. Abbood, Ali H. Ad'hiah are conferred with Paul Ehrlich Research Award-2015 in Ethnobiology

 

K.L. Meena, Dhaka V., Hussain S. are conferred with Carl Nägeli Research Award-2015 in Plant Taxonomy

 

Syeedul Hasan Arif, Shagufta Qadri*, Kafil Akhtar, Suhailur Rehman are conferred with William Harvey Research Award-2015 in Haematology

 

Usha Yadav*, Pooja Bhardwaj are conferred with Henri Becquerel Research Award-2015 in Botany

 

 

Rudrarup Gupta  is conferred with William Harvey Award-2015 in Business Management

 

Dr. M. Vijayasree is conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Obstetrics 

 

 

Vimal Kishore is conferred with Archimedes Research Award-2015 in Sports and Physical Education

 

 

Dawod Sharif, Vitaliy Molchanov, Amal Sharif-Rasslan, Uri Rosenscheinare conferred with William Harvey Research Award-2015 in Cardiology

 

 

Arpita Paul, Riya Dey, Kamala Adak, Pravas Ch Das, Sumana Ghosh,  Amitava Chatterjee and Sarbani Ganguly are conferred with International Food Technology Award-2015

 

 

B.M. Patil and G.M. Rane are conferred with Ernest Rutherford Research Award-2015 in Agriculture 

 

 

Dina Radovanovic, Kevin Peikert, Mona Lindström and Fatima Pedrosa Domellöf are conferred with Grignard Research Award-2015 in Anatomy

 

 

Yi-Cang Lin, Chien-Chih Chen, Mei-Fan Ding and Shaw-Tao Lin are conferred with Ernest RutherfordGrignard Research Award-2015 in Chemical Science

 

 

Meenakshi Vaidya is conferred with Carolus Linnaeus Research Award-2015 in Taxonomy

 

 

Nishikimi, T.,  Kuwahara, K.,  Nakao, K. are conferred with Grignard Research Award-2015 in Cardiology

 

Thottappilly Gini George and Gabriel Jeya Jothi are conferred with Alexander Fleming Research Award-2015 in Phytochemistry 

 

 

Se-Ji Cho, Jong Wan Kim, Ha-Young Kim, Sang-Ik Oh, So Jeong Jeong, Ji-A Jung, Ara Cho, Myoung-Heon Lee, Ho-Seong Cho, Jae-Won Byunare conferred with Grignard Research Award-2015 in Veterinary Science

 

 

Oluseun Alli, Samuel Asirvatham, and David R. Holmes are conferred with Cannizzaro Research Award-2015 in Cardiology

 

J. Jerome Jeyakumar and M. Kamaraj are conferred with Barbara McClintock Research Award-2015 in Biotechnology

 

Arun K. Agrawal and Madhur Agarwal are conferred with International Ayurveda Research Award-2015 in Ehthnobiology 

 

Ibrahim A. Emara, Mohamed H. EL Hefnawy , Mohamed F. EL Soda, Nermin M. Heider , Zeinab B. Elsedfy and Heba I. Hamed are conferred with Frederick Banting Research Award-2015 in Diabetes

 

N.R. Anvitha and Monnanda S. Nalini are conferred with Camillo Golgi Research Award-2015 in Phytochemistry 

 

Laxman Pokhrel, Mohamed Rafi, Shivashankara A.R., Avinash S.S., Arun Kumar K. and Malathi M. are conferred with Michael Faraday Research Award-2015 in Biochemistry

 

Adebusuyi Sunday Adejola and Amoo Abimbola Oladipupo Joseph are conferred with Kirchhoff Research Award-2015 in Parasitology

 

Jumbo J., Ikuabe P.O. and Fetepigi E.A. are conferred with Robert Koch Research Award-2015 in Medicine

 

Prabhakar R., Ramakrishna H., Ganga Kailas J. and Devender R. are conferred with International Carolus Linnaeus Research Award-2014 

 

Annika Durve, Sanadhya Indu, Meeta Bhot, Jossy Varghese and Naresh Chandra 

are conferred with International Ecology Research Award-2015 

 

 

Maria A. Fonseca and James D’Souza are conferred with Michael Faraday Research Award-2015 in Conservation Biology 

 

Atanu Bora, Abhijit Baruah and L.R. Meitei are conferred with J.D. Hooker Research Award-2015 in Biodiversity

 

Ankita Vijay and Shipra Bhardwaj are conferred with Grignard Research Award-2015 in Photocatalysis 

 

Niquehat Noor, Rama Kanta Mishra, Sandeep Kumar Nayak, Ashirbad Mohapatra and Kunja Bihari Satapathy are conferred to International Biodiversity Award-2014 

 

Phanuel B. Joshua is conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Sustainable Development 

 

Ghosh Manoj Kumar is conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Environmental Science 

 

Kareem T. Khashan and Hydar Muhsin Khalfa Hussain are conferred with World Biochemical Research Award-2015 in Bioprocess Technology

 

Kunja Bihari Satapathy is conferred with International Ethnomedicine Research Award-2014

 

Atiba Qamar and Mausam Sinha are conferred with International Helen Adams Keller Research Award- 2014 in Language and Literature 

 

Bharati Devaguptapu, Naresh Chandra, Meeta Bhot and Jossy Varghese are conferred with International Plant Physiology Research Award-2015

 

G. Maheswarudu, U. Rajkumar, Miriam Paul Sreeram, M.S. Chakravarty and C.K. Sajeev are conferred with World Endocrinology Research Award-2015 in Veterinary Science

 

Humera Bhattiwala, Pooja Jagtap and Annika Durve are conferred with Alexander Fleming Research Award-2015 in Bioremediation 

 

Teshager Dubie, Tesfaye Sisay, Mu-uz Gebru and Yimer Muktar are conferred with Kirchhoff Research Award-2015 in Veterinary Science 

 

Mundhe N.N. and Jaybhaye R.G. are conferred with Claude Elwood Shannon Research Award-2015 in Geography and Geology 

 

R. Krishnamurthy and Avani Kasture are conferred with Carl Nägeli Research Award-2015 in Agriculture

 

Tajamul Islam Shah and Ekta Sharma are conferred with Kirchhoff Research Award-2015 in Animal Cell Culture 

 

Ghayth Rigane, Derya Arslanc and Ridha Ben Salem are conferred with Stanford Research Award-2015 in Phytochemistry 

 

Jignasu P. Mehta, Sohil H. Vadiab and Balu A. Golakiya are conferred with Antonie van Leeuwenhoek Research Award-2015 in Phytochemistry

 

K. Hadiya, K. Ravikanth, M.J. Saxena and Adarsh are conferred with World Pharmaceutical Research Award-2015 

 

Wilson I.B. Onuigbo and Gabriel E. Njeze are conferred with Marie Curie Research Award-2015 in Oncology 

 

Shehzad Ahmad Kang and Hafiz Muhammad Ahmad are conferred with International Plant Physiology Research Award-2015 in Genetics 

 

Vikas Bhagat, Showkat A. Ganie, Gunjan Dhakarey, Rajneesh K. Agnihotri and Rajendra Sharma are conferred with Hermann von Fehling Research Award- 2015 in Phytochemistry 

 

Hemantkumar A. Thakur, Mukta R. Bhamare and Udaya G. Basarkar are conferred with International Ayurveda Research Award-2014

 

V.S. Vinila, Reenu Jacob, Anusha Mony, Harikrishnan G. Nair, Sheelakumari Issacc, Sam Rajan, Anitha S. Nair, D.J. Satheesh and Jayakumari Isac are conferred with Kirchhoff Research Award-2015 in Physics

 

R.V. Ramana Murty, K. Sujatha, Ch. Srilatha, D. Sreenivasulu and H. Srinivas Naik are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Immunology

 

Majid Ehteshami, Nader Biglarijoo, M. Mohammad Zadeh and Seyed Ahmad Mirbagheri are conferred with Arrhenius Research Award-2015 in Environmental Science 

 

Papiya Bigoniya and Faraz Siddique are conferred with Hugo de Vries Research Award-2015 in Traditional Medicine

 

Lukong C. Banboye, Ezebuo F. Chidolue and Okwuosa C. Chukwuebuka are conferred with Kirchhoff Research Award-2015 in Proteomics 

 

Henedina Antunes, Fernando Branca, Carla Laranjeira, Isabel Martinho, Liliana Branco, Marina Pinheir, Filipa Almeida and Ângela Oliveira are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Virology 

 

M. Ray, M.K. Nanda, S. Chowdhury and D.K. Khan are conferred with Hugo de Vries Research Award-2015 in Agriculture 

 

Dinesh R. Godhani, Anand A. Jogel, Anil M. Sanghani and Jignasu P. Mehta are conferred with Grignard Research Award-2015 in Chemical Science 

 

Verma Sanjeev and Rajpoot Yajuvendra Singh are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Sports Research 

 

S.K.M. Basha, P. Siva Kumar Reddy, K.V. Rami Reddy, and M. Johnpaul are conferred with International Ethnomedicinal Research Award- 2015 

 

Harshata Pal, Shekhar Ghosh and Swati Sen Mandi are conferred with Molecular Taxonomy Research Award-2015 in Threatened Taxa 

 

B. L. Yadav is conferred with Kirchhoff Research Award-2015 in Biodiversity 

 

Ogunbanwo Samuel Temitope, Oloketuyi Sandra F. and Adegoke C.O. are conferred with Louis Pasteur Research Award-2015 in Antimicrobials 

 

Namita Soni and Soam Prakash are conferred with Ronald Ross Award-2014 in Vector Control Biotechnology

 

Unnithan A.R., Patil S. and Unnikrishnan G. are conferred Ronald Ross Research Award-2015 in Pharmacy

 

Raj Bali and Pramila Kumawat are conferred with Daniel Bernoulli Research Award-2015 in Physics

 

Gurmeet Singh is conferred with Pythagoras Research Award-2015 in Mathematics 

 

Naik K.H., Patel V.S., Mehta R.D., Patel D.U. and Animasaun D.A. are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Plant Tissue Culture 

 

Harpreet Kour, Kothiwale V.A. and Goudar S. Shivaprasad are conferred with World Physical Education Research Award-2015 in Diabetes and Health 

Elsammani Fatima Elsheikh, Elsheikh Osman Mohamed, Barri Mohamed Elsheikh, Mohamed Sara Ahamed and Mohamed Hassabelrsoul Hussein are conferred with Frederick Banting Research Award- 2015 in Physiology 

 

K. Silambarasan and P. Senthilkumaar are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Entomology 

 

Nisha Singh, Roshan Issarani, B.P Nagori, Manish Kumar Singh and Mamta Singh are conferred with Frederick Banting Research Award-2015 in Pharmacy 

 

Rama Shankar and Ashish Kumar Tripathi are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Biodiversity Conservation 

 

Rev. J. E. T. Kuwornu-Adjaottor is conferred with William Shakespeare Research Award-2015 in Religious Studies

 

Shayesta Rahi, Mir Mudasir Sidiq, Nighat Firdous, Masarat Rashid and Shahidah Masarat Mufti are conferred with International Obstetrics and Gynecology Research Award-2014 

 

Biruk Abate and Merkuz Abera are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Civil Engineering 

 

Kiran, Girgla Kawalinder Kaur, Chalana Harsh and Harjot Singh are conferred with International Psychiatry Research Award-2014  

 

Rahul R. Deshpande, Samrat Sabhlok, Vishwas Patil, Shreya Dasgupta, Ankit Kumar and Shubham Singh are conferred with International Proteomics Research Award-2014

 

Al-Noaman Ahmed Salah Hameed is conferred with William Harvey Research Award- 2015 in Dentistry

 

Zainab Mahmood Al-Jammali is conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Dentistry

 

Sushil Gaur, Sunil Kumar Singh Sushil Bhadouriya, Rohit Saxena and Vivek Kumar Pathak are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in ENT

 

Dr. J. Jerome Jeyakumar is conferred with Alexander Fleming Research Award-2015 in Antimicrobials

 

Chukka Kereena, Y.Jhansi Vani and D.S. Raju Naidu are conferred with Nelson Mandela Research Award-2015 in Nutrition

 

Avinash S.S., Manjunatha Goud B.K., Guruprasad Rao, Bhavna Nayald, Devaki R.N. and Raghuveer C.V. are conferred with Frederick Banting Research Award-2015 in Biochemistry

 

Adegun Patrick Temi, Omonisi Abidemi Emmanuel, Atiba Adeniran Samuel, Areo Peter Olufemi, Ajayi Oladimeji Akande, Taiwo Olufemi Joshua, Esho Julius Olusanmi and Odesanmi William Olufemi are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Urology 

 

Biruk Abate and Merkuz Abera are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Pharmacy

K.K. Sarmaa, P.C. Bhattacharjeeb and Sudip Dey are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Veterinary Science 

 

Adekanye E.A., Monu J.O. and Ogungbeni, J.I. are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Library and Information Science

 

Osheke Shekins Okere, Samuel Omolabi Adeyemo, Moses Dele Adams and Joshua Omoniyi Kolawole Abioye are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Food Science 

 

Aijaz A. Wani, Jahangir A. Dar and Tariq A. Bhat are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Plant Breeding

 

Arun Kumar K., Sheila Uthappa, Sudarshan Surendran, Avinash S.S., Sucharitha Suresh and Sushitha E.S. are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Biochemistry  

 

Shahid Ali Khan is conferred with Norman Ernest Borlaug Research Award-2015 in Biotechnology 

 

Edogbo B.E., Okolocha E.C. and Maikai B.V. are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Toxicology and Health

 

Pierre Saotoing, Toua Vroumsia Moussa Djaouda, Aaron Manga Mongombe, Shu Lum Vejeline and Alexandre-Michel Njan Nlôga are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Public Health 

 

Naiara Stefanello, Luciane Belmonte Pereira, Roberta Schmatz, Sabina Passamonti, Grasiela Facco, Daniela Zanini, Fátima Husein Abdalla, Juliano Marchi Vieira, Verônica Souza Paiva Castro, Vitor Antunes de Oliveira, Maria Izabel de Ugalde Marques da Rocha, Jocieli Kasten, Vera Maria Morsch and Maria Rosa Chitolina Schetinger are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Diabetes and Health

 

Haren Ram Chiary, Neetu Singh and Hridaya Shanker Singh are conferred with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Biodiversity by IASR

 

Hossam M. Omar, Sarry Kh Abdel-Ghafar,  Imhemed O. Fiedan and Emad A. Ahmed are conferred with Charles Darwin Research Award-2015 in Free Radicals and Antioxidants by IASR

 

Omotayo O Ebong, Ijeom H Ogbuehi and Eme O Asuquo are conferred with Ronald Ross Research Award-2015 in Public Health by IASR

 

Pradheeps M., Chella Perumal A. and Poyyamoli G. are conferred with International Ayurveda Research Award-2015 in Natural Medicine by IASR

 

Firaol Tamiru, Askale Gizaw, Dagmawit Atalel, Solomon Shiferaw, Alemnesh Woldeyes, Dinka Ayana and Waktole Terfa are conferred with Louis Pasteur Research Award-2015 in Veterinary Science by IASR

 

Tariq Ahmad Bhat, Aijaz Ahmad Wani and M. Gulfishan are honoured with James Watson Research Award-2015 in Ethnobiology by IASR

 

Tamer Dawod, Sabbah I. Hammoury, Mostafa Elnaggar and Mustafa Kamal are conffered with Max Planck Research Award-2015 in Radiology by IASR

 

Sheth Nomal Shah, Shori Deepa D., Shenoi Pratima R., Rathod Yogesh, Paralikar Ameya V. and Dhote Sonal are conferred with Alexander Fleming Research Award-2015 in Dentistry by IASR

 

A. Risvanli, M. Yuksel, H. Bulut, I. Seker and S. Kul are conferred with Kary Banks Mullis Research Award-2015 in Veterinary Science by IASR

 

Shilpi Srivastava and Malvika Srivastava are conferred with Jan Ingenhousz Research Award-2015 in Plant Physiology by IASR

 

S.C. Sati, P. Kumar and S. Joshi receive Gregor Mendel Research Award- 2015 in Pharmacy

 

Eze Ejike Daniel, Aliyu Mohammed, Yusuf Tanko and Abubakar Ahmed receive Archimedes Research Award-2015 in Diabetology

 

K.L. Meena receives Camillo Golgi Research Award -2015 in Biodiversity

 

Ponnamparambil Purushothaman Binitha and Ramadasan Kuttan receive Camillo Golgi Research Award -2015 in Cell Biology

 

Olowa, Olatomide Waheed, Walid Adebosin, Adeyemi Ayanwole and Adewale T.A. receive Gregor Mendel Research Award-2015 in Agricultural Marketing

 

Sushmita Shrivastava, Ashok K. Jain and R. Mathur receive Abraham Lincoln Research Award-2015 in Ethnoveterinary

 

Rupali Subhashrao Kaikade and Shubhangi Nagorao Ingole receive Niels Bohr Research Award-2015 in Ethnobiology

 

 

Ali Jafarian, Amir Pasha Ebrahimi, Mohsen Nasiri Toosi, Amir Hossein Emami, Setareh Davoudi, Habibollah Dashti and Sahra Emamzadeh Fard receive William Harvey Research Award -2015 in Virology

 

Maria Lucrecia Alvarez receive Norman Ernest Borlaug Research Award-2015 in Nutrition

 

 

E. Salami Shahid and M. Ehteshami receive Albert Einstein Research Award-2015 in Energy and Environmental Science

 

Adenkola Adeshina Yahaya and Onyeberechi A.S. receive Hans Adolf Krebs Research Award-2015 in Biochemistry

 

V.G. Charitha, V.C. Rayulu and P.M. Kondaiah receive Antonie van Leeuwenhoek Research Award-2015 in Parasitology

 

Rahul R Deshpande, Ananth Kamath, Snehal Shep, Mayuri Mutha, Bhavana Metha, Dipti Patil, Rasika Torane and Nirmala Deshpande receive Robert Koch Research Award-2015 in Dentistry

 

K. Aruna, D. Syamala, J. Prakasa Rao, J. Suneetha and M. Venkaiah receive Nelson Mandela Research Award-2015 in Ethnobiology

 

Taslima Khatun, Murshida Yasmin, Mariam Begum, Sadeka Banu Akhi, Shaheen Ahmed, Liaquat Ali receive Frederick Banting Research Award-2015 in Nutrition

 

K. Devi and S. Karunakaran receive Helen Adams Keller Research Award- 2015 in Tuberculosis

 

Neeta Basumatary, Vipin Parkash, Ajit Kumar Tamuli, Ankur Jyoti Saikia and Robindra Teron receive George Bentham Research Award-2015 in Biodiversity

 

Amzad Basha Kolar*, Edwin Raj Esack, L. Vivekanandan and M. Ghouse Basha receive William Harvey Research Award-2015 in Ethnobiology 

 

Appiah Thompson Peter, Anthony Richard and Edzie Kobina Mesi receive Antonie van Leeuwenhoek Research Award-2015 in Tuberculosis 

 

K. Vijaya Kumar and A.S. Priyadarsinireceive William Harvey Research Award- 2015 in Parasitology 

 

Mbugua S.N., Oyoo W.S. and Njuguna K.G. receive Wilhelm Conrad Röntgen Research Award-2015 in Photocatalysis 

 

Vikhram Ramasubramanian, R. Ponnudurai, P. Soundararajan, K. Balakrishnan and B. Srinivasan receive Franklin D. Roosevelt Research Award-2015 in Psychiatry 

 

Tafadzwa Taderera, Lameck Shoriwa Chagonda Gome E. and Shai J.L. receive Stanford Research Award-2015 in Pharmacy

 

Manju Kataria receives World Mass Communication Award-2015

 

R. Ramana Murthy, K. Sujatha, Ch. Srilatha, D. Sreenivasulu and Srinivas Naik H. receive Norman Ernest Borlaug Research Award-2015 in Toxicology and Health

 

Srinivas Naik H., Srilatha Ch., Sujatha K.* and Ramamurthy R.V.  receive Bjorn Sigurdsson Research Award-2015 in Virology 

 

Pal Dinesh Kumar, Kumar Amit, Dr. Dutt Bhupender and Sharma Sachin receive George Bentham Research Award-2015 in Ethnobotany

 

Dr. Manal H. AL-Hafidh and Babasaheb N. Dole from Iraq receive Darcy Research Award-2015 in Heat Transfer

 

Amit Kumar*, Upma Manral and Sachin Sharma receive International Sustainable Development Research Award- 2015

 

Kiran Meena and Pamil Tayal receive Charles Louis Alphonse Laveran Research Award- 2015 in Bioprocess Technology

 

Francuois L. Müller *, Lilburne F. Cyster and Lincoln M. Raitt receive Norman Ernest Borlaug Research Award-2015 in Nutrition

 

 

Dr. Gidda Maheswarudu is recipient of Photon Research Award-2014 for outstanding scientific contributions in Genetics

 

 

BARRISTER KUMAR GUPTA is recipient of International Parasitological Research Award -2014 for outstanding scientific contributions in Parasitology 

Rahul R Deshpande Vishwas Patil, Samrat Sabhlok, Shreya Dasgupta, Kumar Ankit, Shubham Singh  is recipient of International Proteomics Research Award-2014

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Suman Kapur is recipient of Photon Research Award-2015 for outstanding scientific contributions in Antimicrobials.

 

Bondarenko S.*  is recipient of Doctorate Research Award-2014  for outstanding scientific contributions in Education  

 

 

BARRISTER KUMAR GUPTA is recipient of Doctorate Research Award-2014 for outstanding scientific contributions in Parasitology 

Dayang Fredalina Basri *and Nur Faizah Abu Bakar  receive J.J. Thomson Award-2014 in Mass Spectrometry

 

 

Mohammed H F Shalayel*, Amar B Elhussein, Omar EFadlelseed, Ahmed E A Abdelgadeir, Ashraf Naeem, and Osman M Elsheikh receive Ronald Ross Award-2014 in Biochemistry 

 

 

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