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ASN Young Scientist Oral Presentation Award

The “ASN Young Scientist Oral Presentation Award” was established in 2009 at the 63rd annual meeting of ASN. Among the younger ASN members, presenters of the best oral papers of each meeting are awarded via a selection committee formed in each meeting.

The 70th meeting (2016)

SAITO Marie
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ITO Kouta
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The 69th meeting (2015)

KUBO Mugino
Paleoecological reconstruction of Late Pleostocene deer from the Ryukyu Islands
NISHIMURA Takayuki
The difference in human thermogenesis between UCP1 genotypes related to cold adaptation

The 68th meeting (2014)

HAGIHARA Yasuo
The morphological features of fibula in the Jomon people
FUKASE Hitoshi
Spatial relationship between the mental foramen and mandibular developing teeth in modern humans, chimpanzees, and hamadryas baboons

The 67th meeting (2013)

KANZAWA K Hideaki
Nuclear genome analysis of ancient Japanese archipelago humans
KUBO Daisuke
Estimating the cerebral and cerebellar volumes of Neanderthals and early modern humans

The 66th meeting (2012)

Takumi TSUTAYA
Stable isotopic reconstructions of adult diets and infant feeding practices in Hitotsubashi, the Edo period Japan
Takehiro SATO
Population structure of Ryukyu Islanders based on genome-wide SNP data

The 65th meeting (2011)

Kazuhiro NAKAYAMA
Genetic variation of the TRIB2 and central obesity
Ryohei TAKAHASHI
Zooarchaeological study of introduction of Sus scrofa into the prehistoric Ryukyu Islands: ancient DNA and morphological analysis

The 64th meeting (2010)

Ryosuke KIMURA
Identification of genes associated with dental morphology in Japanease
Hirofumi TAKAMUKU
Variation of the bone-birth canal from the Yayoi to the modern period in the Kyushu and Yamaguchi area

The 63rd meeting (2009)

Giannakopoulou Parthenia
Non specific infections in correlation to age, sex and geography during the Edo period in the Kanto region