Kotaro Shoji, PhD, research associate at the Trauma, Health and Hazards Center
Kotaro Shoji has been a research associate at Trauma, Health and Hazards Center since 2012. His work focuses on a recovery process in post-trauma and transgenerational transmission of trauma. His current work involves the examination of epigenome-wide methylation among trauma survivors and the effects of paternal trauma exposure on offspring's epigenome-wide methylation. He also contributes to a research project aiming to develop a technology-based intervention for trauma survivors that is equipped with computer learning capability, so that this technology-based intervention automatically adjusts to user's responses and provides an optimal service to the user.