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Immediately after World War II, Japan suffered from various infectious diseases caused by poor sanitation; infectious diseases such as tuberculosis, typhoid fever, dysentery, diphtheria, Japanese encephalitis, and parasitic infections were rampant, while many other infectious diseases were newly introduced from foreign countries. Under such circumstances, infectious disease control became a high-priority issue for establishing a safe and secure society in the developing nation. In 1947, the National Institute of Health (NIH), which was later renamed as the National Institute of Infectious Diseases, was established as a research institute attached to the Ministry of Health and Welfare for conducting (i) fundamental and applied research on infectious diseases and (ii) national test for lot release and development of antibiotics and vaccines. In 1892, the Institute for Infectious Disease was founded as a private institute in attached to the Hygiene Society of Japan (Dr. Shibasaburo Kitasato was the founding dean). The institute was then supervised by the Ministry of Home Affairs to enable its transition into an Imperial Institute of Infectious Disease, which was later transferred to the Ministry of Education and finally incorporated into the Tokyo Imperial University as the Institute for Infectious Disease (IID) in 1914. Despite the frequent change of its name and jurisdiction, the institute had consistently played a central role in infectious disease research in our country.
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