Open Course 2020
Medical Industry Innovation Forum
[Theme] How COVID-19 brought Transformation to the Medical and Healthcare Industry
December, 2020 – March,2021 (8 sessions) 18:00 – 20:15
- Undergraduate and graduate students (from The University of Tokyo and other universities)
- Medical Innovation Industry Institute members
- Healthcare professionals from medical institutes, academic societies, industries including pharmaceutical and medical device companies
- Other professionals with a strong interest in leading Innovation in the medical industry
- Regular: 45,000JPY,
- Mi3 Member: 30,000JPY (It costs extra, annual membership fee 12,000 yen)
- Student: Free, for 8 lectures. (Working students, please register in general)
The forum will provide an opportunity to discuss and share advanced challenges for the promotion of the health and medical care industry by inviting speakers from industry, government, politics, academia, and medicine from Japan and overseas to speak on a wide range of topics. The theme of this year’s forum is “How COVID-19 brought Transformation to the Medical and Healthcare Industry. We will discuss the history of how a single infectious disease can transform the existing framework of the medical industry and society, as out of necessity new business models and new lifestyles are being established in response to the demands of the new era. We will examine and discuss a breadth of important consequences of the pandemic.
Forum office within Medical Innovation Industry Institute
Member of the House of Representatives, former Vice Minister of Health, Labor and Welfare
Project Professor, Kitasato University, Ōmura Satoshi Memorial Institute
Founder, CEO and President, BioLabs
Counselor for Information Technology Management Minister’s Secretariat, Ministry of Health, Labour & Walfare
President, Japan Dietary Habits Association (Former Director-General, Health Service Bureau, Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare)
Co-founder/CEO, fermata inc.
- These are closed sessions, so photography, video and audio recording are prohibited.
- We appreciate your cooperation and consideration.