The 6th GSFS Symposium "The Future Cancer Medicine with Genomics"
The 6th GSFS symposium "The Future Cancer Medicine with Genomics" will be held on Saturday, November 19.
Genome sciences are changing our lives and cancer treatments are improving. Genomics and cancer medicine seem to have been developing in different domains but now they are cooperating. In the 6th GSFS symposium, we will overview the research advancements of the two fields from the transdisciplinary point of view and discuss future cancer treatments as well as relevant human resource development, legal issues, and ethics.
The GSFS Year-Round Symposium Series
This is the sixth symposium of the GSFS Year-Round Symposium Series 2022. The GSFS has been pursuing "transdisciplinary approaches" and embarking on "wisdom adventure" since the school's establishment in 1998. We will hold symposiums to reflect on the outcomes and achievements of the school so far and proceed to the next stage taking up topics closely related to recent public concerns to cultivate the next generation academic fields such as "life of 100 years", "EVs", "deep space exploration", and "sustainable society".
|Date and Time||Saturday, November 19, 2022, 3:00PM-4:40PM|
|Application||Advance application required:
|Organizer||The Graduate School of Frontier Sciences|
【Lecture Video】Please watch the video before the symposium for your better understanding.
https://sympo.edu.k.u-tokyo.ac.jp/home/第6回ゲノム科学とがん医療のこれから The 6th Symposium: The Future Cancer Medicine with Genomics
|3:00 PM||OPEING REMARKS
The Point of the Panel Discussion
DEGUCHI Atsushi Dean of the Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo
PANEL DISCUSSION: The Future Cancer Medicine with Genomics
TSUCHIHARA Katsuya Deputy Director, National Cancer Center Exploratory Oncology Research&Clinical Trial Center
KAWASHIMA Minae Researcher, Department of National Bioscience Database Center Program, Japan Science and Technology Agency
|4:35PM|| CLOSING REMARKS
SUZUKI Yutaka Professor, Department of Computational Biology and Medical Sciences, The Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo
Moderator : FUKUNAGA Mayumi
Assistant Professor, Division of Environmental Studies, The Graduate School of Frontier Sciences, The University of Tokyo
Please note that the program is subject to change.
To download the poster, click here:https://drive.google.com/file/d/1j6uldO0aP6hhMwHCVIE-R8Whgndeorvx/view?usp=sharing