Global Focus on Knowledge

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2019S 学術俯瞰講義新しい医療が社会に届くまで ~データサイエンスが支える健康社会~

2019 S Semester 開講中

Topics

Delivering New Medical Treatments and Products to Our Society – A Healthy Society Created by Data Science

21KOMCEE West Lecture Hall fifth period on Tuesday
Coordinator: Yutaka Matuyama (Faculty of Medicine)/ Navigator: Koji Oba (Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies)

1
4/9

Various Academic Disciplines Related to the Development of New Treatments and Medical Products

Koji Oba (Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies)
2
4/16

Data Science in Healthcare

Yutaka Matuyama (Faculty of Medicine)
3
4/23

Cancer Treatment in the New Era Using Genome Information and Artificial Intelligence

Seiya Imoto (The Institute of Medical Science, The University of Tokyo)
4
5/7

What Does It Mean for the Government to ‘Approve’ the ‘Effectiveness of a Drug’?

Shunsuke Ono (Faculties of Pharmaceutical Sciences)
5
5/14

Development of Treatments in Regenerative Medicine

Masayo Takahashi (RIKEN)
6
5/21

How to Conduct a Clinical Trial and to Interpret Its Results

Yasuo Ohashi (Chuo Umiversity)
7
5/28

Significance of Clinical Research Conducted by Academia

Yasuhiro Fujiwara (National Cancer Center Japan)
8
6/11

Safety Evaluation of Drugs (Pharmacoepidemiology) Using Healthcare Big Data

Daisuke Koide (The University of Tokyo Hospital )
9
6/18

Developing a Cancer Diagnosis-Assistant Machine Based on Mass Spectrometry and Artificial Intelligence: Interdisciplinary Research Jumping into Industry-Academia Collaboration

Sen Takeda (University of Yamanashi) / Kunio Tanabe (Waseda University)
10
6/25

Clinical Epidemiology: Science Addressing the Uncertainty in Healthcare

Hideo Yasunaga (Faculty of Medicine)
11
7/2

Lives and Money, Drugs and Money… What Is the Cost-Effectiveness of Drugs?

Ataru Igarashi (Faculties of Pharmaceutical Sciences)
12
7/9

How New Medical Treatments and Information Should Be Delivered to Patients and Citizens?

Tomoko Takayama (National Cancer Center Japan)
13
7/16

Summary of the Course

Yutaka Matsuyama (Faculty of Medicine) / Koji Oba (Interfaculty Initiative in Information Studies)

About

What is “Global Focus on Knowledge?”
The course of “Global Focus on Knowledge” has started in 2005 as the world’s first attemp.
The students in first and second grades, who have just taken their first step into the academic world, are expected to look at the global knowledge system on a macro scale, capture the entire picture of each fields and understand how they are organically-linked up with each other through this course.
We’ll give you some chances to understand the meanings and the positions of the subjects that you are studying and think about your visions for the future.

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