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   Department of Radiological and Medical Laboratory Sciences
   In recent years, advances in radiological and medical laboratory science and medical equipment have been remarkable, and advances in diagnostic, pathophysiological laboratory science and therapeutic technique are also significant thanks to the utilization of advanced technology and equipment. Accordingly, the importance of new research and developments in radiological and medical laboratory sciences that can meet the revolutionary changes in medical treatment such as gene therapy, transplants and tissue engineering and artificial organs is further increasing. The Department of Radiological and Medical Laboratory Science aspires for promoting research and development of special technologies to open the way leading to life innovations such as technology to acquire biological information, diagnostic technology, pathophysiological laboratory science and therapeutic techniques, which further promote advances in medical treatment. As for the education and nurturing of human resources in the field of radiological and medical laboratory science, we train and nurture leading, highly professional specialists who can creatively utilize advancing medical technology at the front lines of medical care, and train and nurture researchers and educators who promote research in the field of radiological and medical laboratory science opening the way to advanced medical science and medical treatments.
Radiological Sciences
   In the field of radiological science, basic research and development of methods are conducted to acquire biological information using such media as radiation, magnetic field and ultrasound, and in order to utilize the acquired information effectively and safely, research and development work is also conducted to develop diagnostic support and network systems, therapeutic techniques and radiation exposure control technology. In the meantime, the education area in this field extends from the basics to the application of physics, chemistry and measuring of radiation and radioisotopes, and additionally extends to major programs including medical imaging informatics, imaging diagnostic technology, nuclear medicine technology, radiation therapy, and radiation safety management technology. Through education in these areas, we continue our efforts to train and nurture researchers who aim at the development of new systems backed by new ideas in addition to existing knowledge and will play a role in world-class research, leaders of medical facilities who can manage from a broad perspective of medical treatment, and educators who possess advanced knowledge and skills.
Pathophysiological Laboratory Science
   Pathophysiological science is the field focused on analyzing the biological function of living things and understanding the disease mechanisms. Our goal is to develop new technologies and apply the latest results of basic scientific research to clinical diagnosis. Research in our department covers the whole breadth of medicine including immunology, microbiology, analytical chemistry, physiology, hematology, pathology and epidemiology. Experts in each field are conducting cutting-edge training and research. Education is a significant mission in our department and various teaching programs are offered based on these research activities. The scope of the program is to provide the specialized knowledge and skills needed for research in laboratory sciences and in clinical medicine. Students will develop problem-solving skills needed as a professional laboratory scientist and an educator in this field.
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