Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine／Assistant Professor
Field of Research：Epidemiology, Causal Inference, Endocrinology
Kosuke Inoue obtained his MD from the University of Tokyo (2013) and worked as a physician at National Center for Global Health and Medicine (2013-2015) and Yokohama Rosai Hospital (2015-2017). He then moved to U.S. and obtained PhD (Epidemiology) from University of California, Los Angeles (2021). He was appointed Assistant Professor in 2021 in the Graduate School of Medicine, Kyoto University. He aims to develop strong methodologic skills in epidemiology/statistics (particularly, causal inference and machine learning), and leverage them to build evidence for future clinical management and policy interventions related to chronic diseases.
Received awards include NIH/NIDDK F99/K00 Award (2020), Toffler Award in Epidemiology, UCLA (2 graduate students were awarded for the most innovative research initiatives) (2020), Summer Research Fellowship Award: The Endocrine Society (2019), Outstanding Abstract Award: ENDO 2020 (2020), Amazon Web Service/Computation Medicine Award (Co-Investigator) (2019), Travel Grant: Society for Epidemiologic Research 52st Annual Meeting, Minneapolis, United States (2019), Honjo International Scholarship Award (sponsored by ITO-EN) (2019), Burroughs Wellcome Fund Fellowship Award(2018), Fellowship Award in Epidemiology, UCLA (2018), Heiwa Nakajima Foundation Scholarship Award (2017), Travel Grant, International Society of Hypertension 2016 Satellite symposium, Renin-angiotensin-aldosterone system, Tokyo, Japan (2016).
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