TAKEDA, Kazunori

Title Professor
Email takedak#@#human.tsukuba.ac.jp (please replace #@# with @)
Degree MD.,Ph.D.
Division Pediatrics
Research Field Disability medicine, pediatric allergy
Undergraduate Program Pathophysiology of children with disabilities
Graduate School Program (Main) Disability Sciences (Master's Program, Doctoral Program) Pathophysiology of children with health impairment, Special lecture on Accessibility Leader
Graduate School Program (Sub)
Research Themes

Psychological Stress assessment of children with cancer
Psychological and educational support for children with chronic disease
Child care support for parents whose children have food allergies
Reasonable accommodation for students with disabilities in higher education

Publications/Major Achievements
  • Wang X. & Takeda K. : Survey on Support Needs of Braille-reading Students in Inclusive Higher Education in China. Journal of Inclusive Education 11, 29-42, 2022.
  • Wang X. & Takeda K. : Support Services for Students with Visual Impairments Offered by Inclusive Higher Education Institutions in China. Journal of Special Education Research, Vol.10. No.2. 83-93, 2022.
  • Wang X. & Takeda K. : Research on Campus Activities and Support Needs of the College Students with Visual Impairments in China. Disability Research, Vol.2, 66-74, 2020.
  • Yamaguchi M., Tezuka Y., Takeda K., Shetty V. : Disposable Collection Kit for Rapid and Reliable Collection of Saliva. American Journal of Human Biology, 27, 720-723, 2015.
  • Yonekura T., Takeda K., Shetty V., Yamaguchi M. : Relationship between salivary cortisol and depression in adolescent survivors of a major natural disaster. Journal of Physiol Science, 64, 261-267, 2014.
  • Fukasawa M., Shimomura Y., Takeda K.:Evaluation of Stress Related to Invasive Medical Procedures in Children With Cancer using Salivary α-Amylase Activity. Journal of Special Education Research, 2(2), 53-61, 2014.2.
  • Takeda K., Watanabe M., Onishi M., Yamaguchi M. : Correlation of Salivary Amylase Activity with Eustress in Patients with Severe Motor and Intellectual Disabilities. The Japanese Journal of Special Education, 45(6), 447-457, 2008.3.
  • Takeda K., Shibasaki M., Imoto N., Shimakura Y., Takita H.:Comparison of basophil histamine release, eosinophil cationic protein and non-specific airway responsiveness between mite-sensitive asthmatic and non-asthmatic children and non-allergic controls. Clinical & Experimental Allergy, 1996 Aug, 26(8), 918-925.
  • Takeda K., Shibasaki M., Takita H. : Relation between bronchial responsiveness to methacholine and levels of IgE antibody against Dermatophagoides farinaeand serum IgE in asthmatic children. Clinical & Experimental Allergy, 1993 May, 23(5), 450-454.
Scientific Membership

Japan Pediatric Society
Japanese Society of Pediatric Allergy and Clinical Immunology
The Japanese Association of Special Education
The Japanese Society of Pediatric Hematology/Oncology
The Japanese Society on Severe Motor and Intellectual Disabilities
Association on Higher Education and Disability JAPAN (AHEAD JAPAN)

Social and Outreach Activity

Committee of support for students with disabilities (chairman)
(Japan Student Services Organization:JASSO)

Related Links

Research Unit Magazine   http://ura.sec.tsukuba.ac.jp/archives/3590
Researchers Information https://trios.tsukuba.ac.jp/en/researcher/0000001501