SEKIGUCHI Satoshi

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Title

Associate Professor

Research Fields, Keywords

Veterinary epidemiology

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    2003.03

    Nippon Veterinary and Animal Science University   Faculty of Veterinary Medicine   Department of Veterinary Science   Graduated

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    2007.03

    The University of Tokyo  Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences  Veterinary Medical Sciences  Doctor's Course  Completed

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  • The University of Tokyo -  Doctor (Veterinary Medical Sciences)

Field of expertise (Grants-in-aid for Scientific Research classification) 【 display / non-display

  • Veterinary medical science

 

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  • Evaluation of control strategies for bovine viral diarrhea in Hokkaido, Japan using stochastic modelling

    International Joint Research Projects  

    Project Year: 2010.08  -  2012.07 

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  • Assessment of hematological parameters and carcass weight in bovine leukemia virus infection in slaughtered beef cattle

    Notsu K, Hashida S, Mitoma S, Kubo M, Arikawa G, Agah AM, El-Khaiat H, Mai TN, Nguyen H, Elhanafy E, Daous H, Norimine J, Sekiguchi S

    Journal of Veterinary Epidemiology   22   43 - 48   2019.07  [Refereed]

    Joint Work

  • Hydroxyl radical formation in lactated Ringer’s solution and BSS Plus® intraocular irrigating solution

    Naganobu K, Nakajima A, Kaneko Y, Torisu S, Sekiguchi S and Chuman H

    Japanese Journal of Veterinary Research   67   2019  [Refereed]

    Joint Work

  • Effect of intervention practices to control the porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) outbreak during the first epidemic year (2013–2014) on time to absence of clinical signs and the number of dead piglets per sow in Japan

    Furutani A, Sekiguchi S, Sueyoshi M, Sasaki Y

    Preventive Veterinary Medicine     2019  [Refereed]

    Joint Work

  • Assessment of the economic impact of porcine epidemic diarrhea (PED) epidemic in the southern Kyushu, Japan

    Sasaki Y, Sekiguchi S, Toyomaki H, Makita K and Sueyoshi M

    Journal of Veterinary Epidemiology     2019  [Refereed]

    Joint Work

  • The implementation of cattle market closure strategies to mitigate the foot-and-mouth disease epidemics: A contact modeling approach

    Wiratsudakul A., Sekiguchi S.

    Research in Veterinary Science   121   76 - 84   2018.12  [Refereed]

    Joint Work

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    © 2018 Elsevier Ltd Foot-and-mouth disease (FMD) is one of the most endemic diseases in livestock worldwide. The disease occurrence generally results in a huge economic impact. The virus may distribute across countries or even continents along the contact network of animal movements. The present study, therefore, aimed to explore a cattle movement network originated in Tak, a Thailand-Myanmar bordered province and to demonstrate how FMDV spread among the nodes of market, source and destination. Subsequently, we examined the effectiveness of market closure intervention. The market-market (M-M) network was constructed to highlight the inter-market connections and the FMDV was modeled to spread along the trade chain. Four market closure scenarios based on rapidness and duration of implementation were examined. Our results indicate that two of the three major markets located in the province were highly connected and a strongly connected component was identified. The intra-provincial animal movements, which were currently overlooked, should be moved into sights as most of the high-risk sources for FMD epidemics were recognized in a close proximity to the cattle markets. Simultaneously, remote destinations across the country were identified. The inter-provincial animal movement control must be strengthened once FMD outbreak is notified. Based on our simulations, closing markets with low inter-market connectivity may not prevent the spread of FMDV. A selective market closure strategy targeting highly connected markets together with cattle trader tracking system was an alternative approach. However, socio-economic consequences regarding this intervention must be considered.

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  • Review: Evaluation of Foot-and-Mouth Disease Control Using Fault Tree Analysis

    Isoda N, Kadohira M, Sekiguchi S, Schuppers M, Stärk KD

    Transboundary and emerging diseases ( Wiley )    2013.06

    Introduction and explanation (scientific journal)   Joint Work

  • Risk analysis and control program for bovine viral diarrhea in Europe and U.S.

    Satoshi Sekiguchi

    Journal of the Japan Veterinary Medical Association ( Japan Veterinary Medical Association )  65 ( 8 ) 591 - 596   2012.08

    Summary of the papers read (national conference and other science council)   Single Work

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  • Risk analysis of antimicrobial resistance transmission at the wildlife-livestock-human interface in Zambia

    JSPS RONPAKU Program

    Project Year: 2017.04  -  2020.03 

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  • Real-time decision-making during emergency disease outbreaks

    Sekiguchi S, Probert W, Jewell C, Werkman M, Fonnesbeck C, Goto Y, Runge M, Shea K, Keeling M, Ferrari M, Tildesley M  [Invited]

    8th CADIC International Symposium  2019.02  -  2019.02 

  • Foot-and-mouth disease virus specific CD4+T lymphocyte epitope mapping using bovine MHC (BoLA) class II tetramer

    Norimine J, Mitoma S, Moffat K, Carr V, Sekiguchi S, Charleston B, Seago J  [Invited]

    8th CADIC International Symposium  2019.02  -  2019.02 

  • Survey on Antimicrobial resistance at selected wildlife-livestock-human interface areas in Zambia

    Emmanuel Kabali, Girja S Pandey, Musso Munyeme, Satoshi Sekiguchi

    第162回日本獣医学会学術集会  2018.09  -  2018.09 

  • A Regional Survey for Bovine Leukemia Virus Infection in Slaughtered Cattle in Western Japan.

    Notsu, K., Hashida, S., Kubo, M., Arikawa. G., Mitoma S., Hayashi T., Okabayashi, T., Norimine, J., Sekiguchi, S

    JPN-ROK Joint Symposium in Veterinary Epidemiology  2016.06  -  2016.06 

  • Abattoir Screening for Detection of Bovine Viral Diarrhea Virus Infection in Beef Cattle in Western Japan.

    Mohammad, A., Kubo, M., Arikawa. G., Notsu, K., Mekata, H., Okabayashi, T., Hayashi T., Mitoma S., Norimine, J., Sekiguchi, S.

    JPN-ROK Joint Symposium in Veterinary Epidemiology  2016.06  -  2016.06 

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