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Putri Shafa Kamila

Putri Shafa Kamila Research Topic Experimental adaptation of murine norovirus to uncharged ammonia exposure Research Abstract Global health system has evolved throughout the time and it has done much to provide protection to human health. However, the world is still burdened by the emerging and expanding infectious disease threats. The risks vary in terms of severity and probability, therefore prevention…

Kanki WATANABE

Kanki WATANABE Research Topic Development of a predictive model for the deterioration of sewage pipelines based on the quantification of specific genetic markers Research Abstract Based on the SDG6, water infrastructure is being implemented around the world. It is essential that the introduction of sustainable water supply and sewage systems be accompanied by appropriate asset management. Currently, however, the main…

YiLei WANG

YiLei Wang Research Topic Biosensor development for the detection of infectious disease biomarkers in wastewater Research Abstract Wastewater-based epidemiology (WBE) has emerged as a powerful tool for monitoring of community health status through the analysis of a variety of biomarkers in wastewater, however, there are several barriers for WBE implementation, including signficant labor and cost. A rapid on-site detection tool…

Ren SUZUKI

Ren SUZUKI Research Topic Construction of regularized regression model for chlorine disinfection of rotavirus in secondary treated wastewater Research Abstract Reuse of treated wastewater is one of the promising options to solve water shortages. Water-borne viruses which can remain in secondary treated wastewater need to be sufficiently inactivated. Log-reduction values of virus is determined by disinfection intensity; however, disinfection efficiency…

Anju SAWADA

Anju SAWADA Research Topic Development of a highly sensitive detection methods for airborne pathogens Research Abstract Respiratory infectious diseases are affecting human health over the world. In this study, a highly sensitive and detection of airborne pathogens will be developed, which would enable early measures to prevent the spread of infection.

Lucas MARIJANOVIC

Lucas Marijanovic Research Topic Advancements in high-throughput qPCR technology for comprehensive pathogenic virus monitoring and investigating transmission dynamics Research Abstract Infectious diseases caused by pathogenic viruses remain a significant global health threat, necessitating robust monitoring strategies to curb their transmission and understand complex cause-and-effect relationships. High-Throughput quantitative polymerase chain reaction (HT-qPCR) technology has emerged as a transformative tool, offering rapid…

Jarin TASNIM

Jarin Tasnim Research Topic Life cycle assessments of wastewater treatment systems for identifying sustainable solutions with the approach of multiple objective optimizations Research Abstract Ensuring Clean Water and Sanitation stands 6th out of the 17 Sustainable Goals listed by the United Nations Organization. To this date, several water supply systems and wastewater treatment systems are available to ensure proper drinking…

Marcus SANCHEZ

Marcus Sanchez Research Topic The prediction of clinical cases of infectious diseases using variant information obtained from wastewater Research Abstract The COVID-19 pandemic has shown the importance of tracking the spread of pathogens throughout the community before symptoms appear, so that appropriate measures can be taken to limit the spread of disease. During the initial stages of an epidemic, there…

Shun TAKAYAMA

Shun TAKAYAMA Research Topic Quantitative microbial risk assessment for antibiotic pathogenic bacteria via hydroponically grown vegetable Research Abstract Hydroponics is a cultivation method using nutrient solutions instead of soil. Since hydroponics continuously provides an optimal environment for vegetables and requires less water and land, it is expected to be actively utilized in countries that are working to improve food self-sufficiency.…

Yu-bing LI

Yu-bing Li Research Topic Modeling of virus inactivation rate in natural water environments Research Abstract Viruses in treated/untreated wastewater are discharged to nature waterbody and could be transmitted through water, which raises public health concern. The inactivation rate of viruses in the natural water environments is an important factor to determine the human health risks in water usage, but related…

Hiroki KOYAMA

Hiroki KOYAMA Research Topic Construction of prediction models for the emergence of less-sensitive populations of enveloped viruses to disinfection Research Abstract Human society has experienced outbrakes of viral infectious disesaes as like ongoing outbreak of COVID-19 caused by SARS-CoV-2, which have a significant impact on human health and life. It is well known that virus populations have high genetic diversity…

Takehito IIZUKA

Takehito IIZUKA Research Topic Construction of prediction model for COVID-19 cases based on causal relationship Research Abstract COVID-19, caused by SARS-CoV-2 has caused a massive outbreak worldwide, and infections are regularly increased in Japan also. Forecasting COVID-19 cases could be one of the guidelines for employing countermeasures and actions to prevent an increase in the number of new infections. For…