Charitable Trust Mihara Cerebrovascular Disorder Research Promotion Fund Mihara Award
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Praise Award Recipients

1983
Recipient Shigeo Okinaka (Advisor, Toranomon Hospital)
Praise Awarded Achievement Systematized classification of stroke in Japan

Recipient Seymour S. Kety (National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, USA)
Praise Awarded Achievement Development of N2O method for the quantitative measurement of human cerebral blood flow


1984
Recipient Shigeru Matsuoka (Honorary Director, Osaka PL Hospital)
Praise Awarded Achievement Pathology of hypertensive cerebral hemorrhage


1985
Recipient Shibanosuke Katsuki (Professor Emeritus, Kyushu University)
Praise Awarded Achievement Long term survey of stroke in Hisayama Town in Japan


1987
Recipient Tatsuyuki Kudo (Professor, Keio University School of Medicine)
Praise Awarded Achievement Clarification of spontaneous occlusion of the circle of Willis (Moyamoya)

Recipient John S. Meyer (Professor, Baylor College of Medicine, Texas, USA)
Praise Awarded Achievement Dynamic study of brain function, metabolism and blood flow


1988
Recipient Louis Sokoloff (National Institute of Mental Health, Bethesda, USA)
Praise Awarded Achievement Quantitative measurement of brain glucose metabolism


1989
Recipient Genju Ooneda (Institute of Gerontology)
Praise Awarded Achievement Pathological changes of cerebral arterial wall and stroke


1990
Recipient Kozo Okamoto (Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University)
Praise Awarded Achievement Establishment of the strain of spontaneously hypertensive rat (SHR)


1991
Recipient Toyozo Aizawa (Professor Emeritus, Keio University School of Medicine)
Praise Awarded Achievement Measurement of cerebral blood flow in stroke patients


1992
Recipient Miller Fisher (Professor Emeritus, Harvard University)
Praise Awarded Achievement Symptomatology of cerebrovascular diseases


1993
Recipient Keiji Sano (Professor Emeritus, Tokyo University School of Medicine)
Praise Awarded Achievement Founder of Japanese Neurosurgical Society; Cerebral arterial aneuruysm


1994
Recipient Jonosuke Atarashi (Professor Emeritus, Nippon Medical School)
Praise Awarded Achievement Risk factors and prevention of cerebrovascular diseases


1995
Recipient Naosuke Sasaki (Professor Emeritus, Hirosaki University School of Medicine)
Praise Awarded Achievement Epidemiological study of Hypertension


2016
Recipient Yasuo Katayama (Department of Neurology, Tokyo General Hospital Director of Stroke Center) Yasuo Katayama
Prise Awarded Achievement Studies on the treatment of acute ischemic stroke: development of new neuroprotective therapies
Summary  |   Curriculum Vitae

Recipient Shotai Kobayashi (Professor emeritus and guest professor of Shimane University) Shotai Kobayashi
Prise Awarded Achievement Contribution to prevention & therapy of Stroke by structuring corporation of Stroke databank and Brain Dock
Summary  |   Curriculum Vitae



Note: There were originally two types of awards: "Mihara Award" and "Mihara Praise Award". However, due to the sharp decline in interest rates in Japan and to regulatory guidance, the Committee decided to suspend granting the "Mihara Praise Award" after 1996. In 2016, the Committee decided to resume granting the "Mihara Praise Award".

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