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Mykola Tronko is the first Ukrainian researcher to be granted one of Japan’s highest awards in radiation medicine
04 April 2013 11:15

An independent expert commission chose the Kyiv academic as winner from among six contenders for a major contribution to studying the effect of the Chornobyl disaster on the thyroid gland. //

Mykola Tronko, Director of the Endocrinology and Metabolism Institute of Ukraine’s National Academy of Sciences, Corresponding Member of Ukraine’s National Academy of Sciences, Full Member of Ukraine’s Academy of Medical Sciences, winner of the State Prize in Science and Technology and Oleksandr Bohomolets and Vasyl Komisarenko academic prizes was decorated in Japan with the international peace memorial medal named after Dr. Nagai, who suffered from the 1945 nuclear apocalypse in Hiroshima and Nagasaki, and a commemorative award statue.

In April of 1992, the organization called Nagasaki Association for Hibakusha's Medical Care (NASHIM) was established; (1) to aid Atomic bomb survivors who live outside Japan and the Hibakushas (atomic victim survivors) who still fve and are suffering from acute or chronic effects of radiation-related accidents aH over the world, (2) to use these valuable experiences and scientific data for the international Hibakusha and (3) to contribute towards international medical cooperation.

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