School personnel information

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BABA Sachiko


Keyword

Reproductive Epidemiology, Maternal and Child Health, International Relations

Laboratory Phone number

+81-6-6879-3849

Laboratory Fax number

+81-6-6879-3844

URL

http://www.med.osaka-u.ac.jp/pub/cir/home/index.html

Gender

Female

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  • 2008.10.01 - 2011.06.30, Graduate School of Medicine, Assistant Professor

  • 2011.07.01 - 2012.10.15, Graduate School of Medicine, Visiting Academic Staff

  • 2012.10.16 - 2017.10.15, Graduate School of Medicine, Assistant Professor

  • 2017.10.16 - , Division of Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine, Assistant Professor

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Osaka University Faculty of Medicine Faculty of Medicine Graduated MD 2004.03
Osaka University Graduate School, Division of Medical Sciences  PhD 2011.03

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Karolinska Institutet Post-doc 2011.07 - 2012.10

Research topics 【 display / non-display

  • epidemiology
    international relations and education for medical students
    Hygiene and public health-related: excluding laboratory approach

Academic Society Membership 【 display / non-display

  • Japan Society of Public Health

  • Japan Society for Medical Education

  • Japan Epidemiological Association

  • Japan Society of Adolscentology

  • Japanese Society for Prevention of Child Abuse and Neglect

 

Academic Papers 【 display / non-display

  • Impact of intention and feeling toward being pregnant on postpartum depression: The Japan Environment and Children’s Study (JECS), Baba S, Kimura T, Ikehara S, Honjo K, Eshak ES, Sato T, Iso H, Arc Womens Ment Health, 2018.12, Papers

  • Factors associated with family member’s spanking of 3.5-year-old children in Japan, Baba S, Ehab ES, Shirai K, Fujiwara T, Yamaoka Y, Iso H, Journal of Epidemiology, 2019.11, Papers

  • Impact of intention and feeling toward being pregnant on postpartum depression: the Japan Environment and Children's Study (JECS), Baba S, Kimura T, Ikehara S, Iso H, et al, Arch Womens Ment Health 2018.,doi: 10.1007/s00737-018-0938-7. [Epub ahead of print], 2018.12, Papers

  • Association between family members and risk of postpartum depression in Japan: Does "who they live with" matter? -The Japan environment and Children's study, Honjo K, Kimura T, Baba S, Iso H, et al, Soc Sci Med 2018,217:65-72., 2018.11, Papers

  • Association between family members and risk of postpartum depression in Japan: Does “who they live with” matter? – The Japan environment and Children’s study, Honjo K, Kimura T, Baba S, Ikehara S, Kitano N, Sato T, Iso H; Japan Environment & Children's Study Group., Soc Sci Med,217 65-72, 2018.10, Papers

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