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Laboratory Training

In the Laboratory training curriculum, you are contemplated to earn foreign language capability and communication skill by taking part in practical internships, which is held in and out of Japan. There are 2 types of training, WINGS-provided and Self-promoting. WINGS-provided trainings are announced as they arise via e-mail and this page. Self-promoting trainings are accepted continually and judged to be approved. Exceptionally, the short-term overseas training is invited twice a year (on April and on September usually, now restricted due to COVID-19).
By reporting within 2 weeks after the (need approved, for Self-promoting one) training will satisfy 1 or 2 credits. The amount of credit will be decided in a nod to practice period and contents.

      

WINGS-Provided Trainings

Large Animal Experiment Training ⑤

This is the training to take part in the innovative medical techniques developing study as an observer.
Since 6 to 7 experiments will be arranged annually, you can select trainings which matches your interest or schedule.
(Can take two or more trainings over years, also can start before registration for the curriculum in)

Training ID: D-2022-e05
Date and time: Oct 19, 2022 (Wednesday) 11:00-16:00
Title: Development of arrhythmia control technology by controlling spiral wave reentry
Researcher: Naoki Tomii, PhD, Assistant Professor, Precision Engineering
KeyWords: Arrhythmia ablation, Cardiac electrode mapping, Transmembrane potential fluorometry
Registration closed on Oct 05, 2022.
Abstract
Credit:1 with 2 sets of same training series

Large Animal Experiment Training ⑥

Training ID: D-2022-e06
Date and time: Nov 01 & 08, 2022 (Tuesday) 15:00-21:00
Title: Evaluation of the wound protection effect of the novel hydrogel on ulcers after endoscopic treatment
Researcher: Yosuke Tsuji, MD., PhD, Lecturer, Department of Gastroenterology
Keywords: Hydrogel, Gastric ulcer, Ulcer protection
Registration required until Oct 25, 2022.
 *In the case of over capacity, some adjustment might be held.
Abstract
Credit:1 with 2 sets of same training series

Forum for Graduate School Educational Reform 2022

The event will be held with other Universities' WISE program members.
The student workshop and the poster session are able to be participate.
*This event is only opend to WINGS-LST student, not to SPRING-GX student.

Date and time: Dec 17, 2022 (Saturday) 10:00-18:10 (Held online)
Organizer: Tohoku University
Theme: "Create New Value"
web page Flyer
Registration closed on Oct 05, 2022.
Credit:1

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Large Animal Experiment Training ①

Training ID: D-2022-e01
Date and time: May 31 & Jun 07, 2022 (Tuesday) 17:00-21:00
Title: Evaluation of the wound protection effect of the novel hydrogel on ulcers after endoscopic treatment
Researcher: Yosuke Tsuji, MD., PhD, Lecturer, Department of Gastroenterology
Keywords: Hydrogel, Gastric ulcer, Ulcer protection
Abstract
Registration closed on May 24, 2022.
Credit:1 with 2 sets of same training series

Large Animal Experiment Training ②

Training ID: D-2022-e02
Date and time: Sep 06, 2022 (Tuesday) 12:00-17:00
Title: Development of arrhythmia control technology by controlling spiral wave reentry
Researcher: Naoki Tomii, PhD, Assistant Professor, Precision Engineering
KeyWords: Arrhythmia ablation, Cardiac electrode mapping, Transmembrane potential fluorometry
Abstract
Registration closed on Aug 31, 2022.
Credit:1 with 2 sets of same training series

Large Animal Experiment Training ③

Training ID: D-2022-e03
Date and time: Oct 11, 2022 (Tuesday) 11:00-16:00
Title: Development of arrhythmia control technology by controlling spiral wave reentry
Researcher: Naoki Tomii, PhD, Assistant Professor, Precision Engineering
KeyWords: Arrhythmia ablation, Cardiac electrode mapping, Transmembrane potential fluorometry
Registration closed on Oct 05, 2022.
Abstract
Credit:1 with 2 sets of same training series

Large Animal Experiment Training ④

Training ID: D-2022-e04
Date and time: Oct 18, 2022 (Tuesday) 08:00-12:00
Title: Evaluation of new intracardiac defibrillation catheter for stopping atrial fibrillation function
Researcher: Katsuhito Fujiu, MD., PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Cardiology
Keywords: Atrial fibrillation, Electrical defibrillation, catheter, intracardiac defibrillation
Registration closed on Oct 11, 2022.
Abstract
Credit:1 with 2 sets of same training series

2021

Global Career Development Course

Understand the American academia system and learn the mindset, skills and know-how necessary to obtain a position in the most efficient way, from active Japanese PIs at the National University of Singapore (NUS).

Lecturer:Makoto Yawata
    M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
    National University of Singapore
   Shigeki Sugii
    Ph.D., Assistant Professor
    Duke-NUS Medical School
Date and time:Jul 16, 2021 (Friday)  17:30-19:15
    Lecture;
      1) The various career tracks in the Life Sciences and Biomedical research
      2) Understanding the "systems"
      3) Strategies for research career development overseas
   Aug 6, 2021 (Friday)  17:30-19:15
    Lecture, Q&A and Discussion;
    (Moderator: Prof. Emoto)
      4)Preparing to start a research career abroad
      5) Q&A and discussion: Beyond the postdoctoral researcher years
Individual consultation session are held around lecture time on both date.
      6) Individual consultations and advice on application material
 *Each participant will actually prepare the application documents and receive practical advice according to the individual situation and needs (advance reservation system, 30 minutes / person).
Flyer
Registration closed on Jul 9, 2021.
Credit: 1

Large Animal Experiment Training ①

Training ID: 2021-01
Date and time: Oct 19, 2021 (Tuesday) 12:00-17:00
Title: Development of arrhythmia control technology by controlling spiral wave reentry
Researcher: Naoki Tomii, PhD, Assistant Professor, Precision Engineering
KeyWords: Arrhythmia ablation, Cardiac electrode mapping, Transmembrane potential fluorometry
Abstract
Registration closed on Oct 12, 2021.
Credit:1 with 2 sets of same training series

Large Animal Experiment Training ②

Training ID: 2021-02
Date and time: Oct 19, 2021 (Tuesday) 17:00-19:00
Title: Evaluation of endoscopic real-time oxygen saturation imaging technology in the gastrointestinal tract
Researcher: Yosuke Tsuji, MD., PhD, Assistant Professor, Department of Gastroenterology
Keywords: Oxygen saturation endoscope, Tumor, Bleeding
Abstract
Registration closed on Oct 12, 2021.
Credit:1 with 2 sets of same training series

Large Animal Experiment Training ③

Training ID: 2021-03
Date and time: Oct 26, 2021 (Tuesday) 8:00-13:00
Title: Evaluation of new intracardiac defibrillation catheter for stopping atrial fibrillation function
Researcher: Katsuhito Fujiu, MD., PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Cardiology
Keywords: Atrial fibrillation, Electrical defibrillation, catheter, intracardiac defibrillation
Abstract
Registration closed on Oct 19, 2021.
Credit:1 with 2 sets of same training series

Large Animal Experiment Training ④

Training ID: 2022-01
Date and time: Nov 19, 2021 (Friday) 8:30-17:00
Title: Development of microcatheter for lymphatic vessels
Researcher: Shuji Yamashita, MD, PhD, Lector, Department of Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery
KeyWords: Lymphatic vessels, Intralymphatic treatment, Lymphedema, Lymphatic vein anastomosis, catheter
Registration closed on Nov 12, 2021.
 *In the case of over capacity, some adjustment might be held.
Abstract
Credit:1 with 2 sets of same training series

Large Animal Experiment Training ⑤

Training ID: 2021-05
Date and time: Nov 30, 2021 (Tuesday) 12:00-17:00
Title: Development of arrhythmia control technology by controlling spiral wave reentry
Researcher: Naoki Tomii, PhD, Assistant Professor, Precision Engineering
KeyWords: Arrhythmia ablation, Cardiac electrode mapping, Transmembrane potential fluorometry
Registration required (Closed on Nov 24, 2021)
 *In the case of over capacity, some adjustment might be held.
 *The contents of this study is same as Training ID 2021-01.
Abstract
Credit:1 with 2 sets of same training series

Forum for Graduate School Educational Reform 2021

The event will be held with other Universities' WISE program members.
The student workshop and the poster session are able to be participate

Date and time: Jan 8, 2022 (Saturday) 10:00-19:00 (Held online)
Organizer: Osaka University
Theme: "Break boundaries"
web page
Registration required (Closed on Oct 20, 2021)
Credit:1

2020

Partner company provided series ①

Canon Medical Systems. Inc.
Title: Expectations and challenges for next-generation MRI clinical equipment (from the perspective of medicine, physiology, pharmacy, etc.)
Date:Nov 12, 2020 (Thursday)
Held online
Flyer

●Seminar  13:00-14:00
Introduce application examples using MRI equipment for clinical examination and preclinical research, and also introduce the latest technology related to information acquisition of cell morphology and metabolism.
Registration closed on Nov 9, 2020.
You can attend this lecture as WINGS-LST Seminar
Credit:1 seminar point (1/7 seminar credit)

●Brainstorming  14:30-16:00
Extract the elements and issues required for next-generation medical devices and explore their medical and physiological significance.
Registration closed on Nov 9, 2020.
Lively discussions were held with 5 participants
Credit:1

EPFL/UTokyo (WINGS-LST・C2CPT) Students Workshop ONLINE

EPFL (Swiss Federal Institute of Technology Lausanne), WINGS-LST, University of Tokyo International Phototeranostics Research and Education Center (C2CPT) will jointly hold a Workshop.
Date and time:Feb 19, 2021 (Friday) 17:00-20:30
Held online
The University of Tokyo will give an oral presentation of WINGS-LST students and the keynote lecture by Professor Kikkawa.
Registration closed on Feb 17, 2021.
Credit:1
*This workshop will be held as a program opening international conference, so please apply in the same way as online international conference support.

Global Faculty Development Course

Understand the American academia system and learn the mindset, skills and know-how necessary to obtain a position in the most efficient way, from active Japanese PIs at the National University of Singapore (NUS).

Lecturer:Makoto Yawata
    M.D., Ph.D., Assistant Professor
    National University of Singapore
   Shigeki Sugii
    Ph.D., Assistant Professor
    Duke-NUS Medical School
Date and time:Feb 26, 2021 (Friday)  17:30-19:15
    Lecture;
      1) The various career tracks in the Life Sciences and Biomedical research
      2) Understanding the "systems"
      3) Strategies for research career development overseas
   Mar 5, 2021 (Friday)  17:30-19:15
    Lecture, Q&A and Discussion;
    (Moderator;Prof. Kikkawa)
      4)Preparing to start a research career abroad
      5) Q&A and discussion: Beyond the postdoctoral researcher years
Individual consultation session are held around lecture time on both date.
      6) Individual consultations and advice on application material
 *Each participant will actually prepare the application documents and receive practical advice according to the individual situation and needs (advance reservation system, 30 minutes / person).
Flyer
Registration closed on Feb 12, 2021.
Credit:1