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Japan is one of few nations that has, unfortunately, experienced all types of chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear (CBRN)experiences in addition to frequent earthquakes. This presentation introduces Japan’s emergency preparedness and response schemes for all-hazard emergencies, followed by lessons from specific events including chemical terrorism (Tokyo Metro Sarin), Tohoku (East Japan) earthquake (including subsequent tsunami and nuclear catastrophe), and the development of autochthonous dengue fever.
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Presenter: Dr. Tomohiko Makino
Dr. Tomohiko Makino is a preventive medicine physician based in Tokyo, where he serves as Global Health Security Coordinator, for the Minister’s Secretariat at the Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare. In this role, he helps direct and inform Japanese programs and policies around biosecurity, public health preparedness, and emergency and disaster response, while also serving as the Japanese national focal point for monitoring and reporting compliance with the World Health Organization's International Health Regulations. Dr. Makino has extensive experience in research, epidemiology, and programmatic work in the fields of emergency preparedness, disaster response, outbreak management, global health diplomacy and biosecurity. He completed medical school at the University of Tokyo and completed a Master's of Public Health and a Master's of Business Administration at Johns Hopkins University. He is also a graduate of Japan's Field Epidemiology Training Program.
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