Naoki Aikawa, Japanese surgeon, educator. Diplomate Japanese Board Surgery, Japanese Board Emergency and Critical Care Medicine.
Recipient Harvard prize Harvard Club of Japan, 1961, Everet Idris Evans Lectureship award American Burn Association, 1995.
Doctor of Medicine summa cum laude, Keio University, Tokyo, 1968. Doctor Medical Sciences, Keio University, 1981.
Research fellow, Harvard Medical School, Boston, 1973-1976; clinical and research fellow, Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, 1973-1976;
chief surgeon, Saiseikai Kanagawa Hospital, Yokohama, Japan, 1978-1980; associate professor School Medicine, Keio U., 1988-1992; professor,
department chairman emergency and critical care medicine, Keio U., since 1992; director emergency and critical care and trauma services,
Keio U. Hospital, Tokyo, since 1992. Post medical advisor United States Embassy, Tokyo, since 1991. Honorary medical advisor Canada Embassy,
Tokyo, since 1992.
Senior committee member research committee committee Science Council Japan, since 1995. Member exam committee National Medical Board
Japan, since 1992. Member Control Drug Administration Committee, Japanese Government, since 1992.
Honorary professor 2d Military Medical College, Pla, China.
Diplomate Japanese Board Surgery, Japanese Board Emergency and Critical Care Medicine.
Fellow : American College of Surgeons. Member: Japanese Society for Burn Injuries (president 1995-1996),
Japanese Association Acute Medicine 2000, International Society for Burn Injuries since 2002, New York Academy of Sciences,
Japan Shock Society (president-elect since 2002), American Surgical Association (honorary).