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Nagasaki University signs an Agreement with Tri-Service General Hospital.(2019.11.6)

November 08, 2019

  Professor TSAI, Chien-Sung, Superintendent of, Tri-Service General Hospital , made an official visit to Nagasaki University(NU), on November 6, 2019.
  This visit was arranged to attend a signing ceremony for further development of the relationship with Tri-Service General Hospital and to collaborate in the field of radiation emergency medicine, including a future exchange program of researchers and students between two institutions.

  Prior to the ceremony, Prof. Kazuhiko Nakao, the Director of a University hospital, Prof. Yasushi Miyazaki, Dean of Atomic Bomb Disease Institute and Prof. Noboru Takamura, Atomic Bomb Disease Institute, also exchanged views to develop the future exchange program.

  “After the accident at Fukushima Daiichi Nuclear Power Station in 2011, Nagasaki University was appointed as the Advanced radiation emergency medical support center and the Nuclear emergency medical support center, which are nationally designated medical facilities for responding to nuclear disasters. Our university has the responsibility to establish radiation emergency medicine systems, especially on Kyushu island. In addition, Nagasaki University is the collaboration center of WHO’s Radiation Emergency Medical Preparedness and Assistance Network (REMPAN) in establishing a radiation emergency medicine assistance network, especially in Asia. So, I am confident that Tri-Service General Hospital will be an important counterpart for Nagasaki University” noted President Shigeru Kohno in his speech.

 

Superintendent Prof. Tsai(LEFT) and our President Prof. Kohno Representatives at the signing ceremony

Joint seminar Official visit to director of a University hospital

Exchanging views at Atomic Bomb Disease Institute
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