About JVCS

Overview

In contributing to our basic principles; the development and advancement of veterinary oncology in Japan, we conducted the 1st Japan Veterinary Cancer Study Group, in February 1995 and established the Japan Veterinary Cancer Society (JVCS) on April 1, 2009. Our mission is not only to maintain the highest standards of diagnosis and treatment of cancer patients, but also to collect and analyze clinical data, to gather information on the latest advancement in clinical oncology, to pursue clinical studies for new treatments, to encourage post graduate education for veterinarians, and to collaborate in research with other departments and fields of study.

Organization

Board membert    
Executives President   Takuo Ishida (Akasaka Animal Hospital)
President- elect   Michio Fujita (Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University)y)
President- elect   Hiroki Sugiyama (Family Animal Hospital)
Accounting Auditor   Ryuji Miyake (Miyake Animal Hospital)
Hirokazu Mizukami (Minakami Animal Hospital)
Public Relations   Hiroki Sugiyama (Family Animal Hospital)
Journal Editorial   Michio Fujita (Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University)
Conference Organization   Yukinori Takenobu (Hamamatsu Animal Hospital)
Certification   Daigo Azakami (Tokyo University of Agriculture and Rechnology)
Medical therapy   Masashi Takahashi (Kagoshima University)
Surgical therapy   Kazushi Asano (Nihon University)
Radiation therapy   Eiichi Kanai (Azabu University)
Pathology   Kazuhito Kodama (Kodama Animal Hospital)
WVCC&International information   Tetsuya Kobayashi (Japan Small Animal Cancer Center)
JONCOL Editorial Akira Inoue (Teikyo University)
Hajime Tsujimoto (The University of Tokyo)
Satoshi Takagi (Azabu University)
Takayuki Nakagawa (The University of Tokyo)
Kenji Hosoya (Hokkaido University)
Committee/Chairperson    
Radiation therapy   Tomohiro Nakayama (Nihon University)
Pathology   Yumiko Kagawa (North Lab)

 

Journal of Japan Veterinary Cancer Society

 

Chief Editor  
Editorial Board Michio Fujita (Nippon Veterinary and Life Science University)
Kazushi Asano (Nihon University)
Yumiko Kagawa (North Labo)
Manabu Suzuki (Small Animal Pathology Service)
Asuka Setoguchi (Bayside Animal Clinic)
Tomohiro Nakayama (Nihon University)
Yuichi Hidaka (Miyazaki University)
Kenji Hosoya (Hokkaido University)
Takuya Maruo (Azabu University)
Masashi Takahashi (Kagoshima University)
 
English Reviewer Takuo Ishida (Akasaka Animal Hospital)

 

Board Certified Member of JVCS

JVCS certifies veterinarians with special training to promote and foster professional activities in clinical oncology within Japan.
Our mission is to educate veterinarians with the knowledge and skills in clinical oncology from the basics of medical care to new and advanced treatment methods.
Our future goal is to transform this program into a nationally certified program for specialists in veterinary oncology.

 

Conferences

Annual conferences take place twice a year.


<Membership>

Regular: 2,621  
Associate: 8  
Honorary: 2  
Supporting: 17  
Total: 2,648  (as of May 20, 2019)

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