群馬大学

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群馬大学 未来医療研究人材養成拠点形成事業 地域オープンイノベーションR&D人材養成

-Special Course “Course for Experts in Clinical Development Research”

University/Department Gunma University, Graduate School of Medicine, Course of Medical Sciences
Program/Course Special Course “Course for Experts in Clinical Development Research”
Target Graduate students (4th grade)
Term 4 years
Objective The course’s objective is to train students to become experts who possess ability to promote open medical innovation that assemble knowledge and technologies beyond the borders of research fields and organization. The course also trains supportive experts for open medical innovation research, e.g. Research & Development management, Intellectual Property management, etc.
Credit Requirement General Courses 14 credit, Specialized Courses 16 credit, produce a thesis, and succeed in the thesis defense and final exam.
Subject to be studied Mandatory Subject ■General Courses
 ・Introductory to Clinical Development Research 2 credits
 ・Open Seminar for Bioethics 4 credits
 ・Seminar for How to Deal with Experimental Data 2 credits
 ・Seminar for Presentation and Discussion 2 credits

■Specialized Courses
 ・Special Lectures (major field) 4 credits
 ・Seminar (major field) 2 credits
 ・Technical Courses for Special Fields (major field) 2 credits
 ・Seminar for Clinical Development Research 4 credits
 ・Technical Courses for Clinical Development Research 4 credits

Elective Subject ■General Courses
 ・Series of Lectures for Basic Medicine and Courses of Basic Techniques for Medical Researches (2 credits from each series)
Educational Features Introductory to Clinical Development Research (2 credits), Seminar and Technical Courses for Clinical Development (4 credits each) will be established as an open educational curriculum among academia, government, and industry. Comprehensive education for experts in clinical development research including information technologies in science, intellectual property management, and regulatory science will be given.
We promote students to challenge multiple projects in broad research fields from basic to clinical research under consideration of possible conflict between academic thesis and patent application/intellectual property.
To support students’ career path, scholarship for female student recruitment program will be established.
Access to broad Omics-analysis database for seeds development in medicine will be given.
Lecturers and Contents Advisers for Introductory to Clinical Development Research, Seminar and Technical Courses for Clinical Development will be nominated by the Educational Committee of Graduate School of Medicine and the dean will name the advisers in discussion with the program coordinator. The advisers will determine lecturers and contents for the open educational curriculum in discussion with the program coordinator. Research mentoring will be given by faculties in each major field of Graduate School of Medicine in effective collaboration with Gunma University International Medical Innovation Laboratories (under development) and other educational programs.
Course Starting date October 1st ~ December 31st
Number of Students

2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 total
Medical Student - - - - - 0
Graduate Student 2 4 4 4 14
Senior Resident - - - - - 0
0 2 4 4 4 14

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