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Greetings President of the Union: Hisanori Bando (Professor of Hokkaido University) Since its foundation in 2010, the Union of Japanese Societies for Insect Sciences has steadily contributed to the promotion of insect sciences in Japan, in close collaboration with the Applied Entomology Committee of the Science Council of Japan (SCJ). Currently, 17 insect science-related academic societies and associations are affiliated to this Union. As of July 2018, I have assumed the presidency of this Union. I would like to take this opportunity to introduce activities planned during the term of my presidency. One of our important activities is to organize annual symposia open to the general public. Topics of the three …

Term5 (2018.8-2020.7)

President                Hisanori Bando(Hokkaido University)Vice President         Sakiko Shiga (Osaka University)Secretary-general     Masanobu Itoh (Kyoto Institute of Technology)   Editorial secretary      Masashi Nomura  (Chiba University)Auditor                  Tomoyuki Hashimoto (Japan Environmental Sanitation Center)          Takeshi Sakurai (Tokyo University of Agriculture) Steering Committee    Takuma Takanashi (Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute)           Hiroaki Sato (Nara Women’s University)           Susumu Katsuma (University of Tokyo)           Shin-ichiro Asano (Hokkaido University)           Masanao Sato (Hokkaido University)

Term 4 (July 2016 – June 2018)

President Ishikawa, Yukio (University of Tokyo) [Message] Vice President Bando, Hisanori (Hokkaido University) Secretary General Takanashi, Takuma (Forest Research and Management Organization) Information Sato, Hiroaki (Nara Women’s University) Auditor Okabe, Kimiko (Forest Research and Management Organization) Kainoh, Yooichi (Tsukuba University) Steering Committee Abe, Yoshihisa (Kyushu University) Itoh, Masanobu (Kyoto Institute of Technology) Shintani, Yoshinori (Minami Kyushu University) Nomura, Masashi (Chiba University) Hoshizaki, Sugihiko (University of Tokyo) Matsuo, Takashi (University of Tokyo)  

Greetings   President of the Union: Yukio Ishikawa (Professor of the University of Tokyo)   Since its foundation in 2010, the Union of Japanese Societies for Insect Sciences has steadily contributed to the promotion of insect sciences in Japan, in close collaboration with the Applied Entomology Committee of the Science Council of Japan (SCJ). Currently, 17 insect science-related academic societies and associations are affiliated to this Union. As of August 2016, I assumed the presidency of this Union. I would like to take this opportunity to introduce activities planned during the term of my presidency. Our first activity will be organizing a symposium “Recent Advances in Entomology in Japan” on September …

Term 3 (July 2014 – June 2016)

President [Message] Tadauchi, Osamu(Kyushu University) Vice President Ishikawa, Yukio (University of Tokyo) Secretary General Abe, Yoshihisa (Kyushu University) Information Itoh, Masanobu (Kyoto Institute of Technology) Auditor Kadono, Fujio (Hosei University) Kusakabe, Takahiro (Kyushu University) Steering Commitee Mori, Naoki (Kyoto University) Kanzaki, Ryohei (University of Tokyo) Tomaru, Masatoshi (Kyoto Institute of Technology) Nagaoka, Junji (Kyoto Institute of Technology) Yago, Masaya (University of Tokyo) Ohshima, Issei (Kyoto Prefectural University)  

Greetings President of the Union: Osamu Tadauchi (Research Prof. and Prof. Emeritus of Kyushu University) The Union of Japanese Societies for Insect Sciences was established in July of 2010 and has been active with sixteen academic insect-related societies and associations enrolled in the Union. The essential aims of the organization are to promote the advancement of insect science and contribute to society. I have been appointed as the new president of the Union of Japanese Societies for Insect Sciences as successor to the first president, Professor Okitsugu Yamashita, and the second president, Professor Kenji Fujisaki. I am determined to fulfill my responsibilities and duties. Our activities in this term are …

Member Societies

The Japan Society of Medical Entomology and Zoology The Japanese Society of Applied Entomology and Zoology The Society of Urban Pest Management, Japan (Japanese site) Japanese Society of Environmental Entomology and Zoology Arachnological Society of Japan The Entomological Society of Japan The Japanese Society of Sericultural Science (Japanese site) The Acarological Society of Japan The Zoological Society of Japan The Japan Society for Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Agrochemistry Pesticide Science Society of Japan The Japanese Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry The Japanese Society of Pestology (Japanese site) The Japanese Society for Wild Silkmoths The Lepidopterological Society of Japan icipe japan (icepe, International Centre of Insect Physiology and Ecology) The Japanese …

The Union of Japanese Societies for Insect Sciences was established in July of 2010 and has been active with seventeen academic insect-related societies and associations enrolled in the Union. The essential aims of the organization are to promote the advancement of insect science and contribute to society.

Term 2 (July 2012 – June 2014)

President [Message] Fujisaki, Kenji (Professor Emeritus, Kyoto University) Vice President Tadauchi, Osamu (Kyushu University) Secretary General Mori, Naoki (Kyoto University) Information Manager Kanzaki, Ryohei (University of Tokyo) Auditor Gotoh, Tetsuo (Ibaraki University) Sezutsu, Hideki (National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences) Steering Committee Shiotsuki, Takahiro (National Institute of Agrobiological Sciences) Takanashi, Takuma (Forestry and Forest Products Research Institute) Noge, Koji (Akita Prefectural University) Hinomoto, Norihide (National Agriculture and Food Research Organization, Agricultural Research Center) Fujii, Takeshi (University of Tokyo) Mitsuno, Hidefumi (University of Tokyo)

Greetings Our future activities and goalsPresident of the Union: Kenji Fujisaki (Professor Emeritus of Kyoto University) On July 24, 2010, the Union of Japanese Societies for Insect Sciences was established at its inaugural meeting, attended by fourteen insect-related academic societies and associations in Japan. The union now consists of sixteen academic societies, including two new member organizations. I have been appointed as the new president of the Union of Japanese Societies for Insect Sciences as a successor to the first president, Professor Okitsugu Yamashita. I am determined to fulfill my responsibility and duties, and promote the advancement of insect science and contribute to society in accordance with the purpose of …

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