A webinar on the theme of software medical devices (SaMD), which have been the focus of much attention in recent years, will be held on Saturday, November 22, from 19:30 to 21:00, sponsored by the Keio University Office of Innovation Promotion and the Hills Joint Research Chair for Future Preventive Medicine and Wellness at Keio University School of Medicine.
The keynote speaker will be Dr. Tomohiro Kuroda, who is working on advanced medical-engineering collaboration and SaMD development at Kyoto University.
From Keio University, Dr. Kishimoto, who is promoting SaMD development in the field of psychiatry, will give a lecture on actual cases.
In the general discussion, Dr. Tomoya Nagata, who is active as a venture capitalist in the medical biotechnology field, and Dr. Masaya Nakamura, Assistant Dean of the School of Medicine at Keio University, will join us to discuss SaMD development and commercialization.
Please feel free to join us!
-Date: Saturday, November 22, 19:30-21:00
-Venue: Online (ZOOM)
-Structure: 60 minutes for lecture + 30 minutes for general discussion
19:30-19:35 Opening remarks (Dr. Nakamura)
19:35-20:15 Lecture by Dr. Kuroda
20:15-20:30 Lecture by Dr. Kishimoto
20:30-21:00 General Discussion (Dr. Kuroda, Ms. Nagata, Dr. Nakamura, Dr. Kishimoto)
Mainly medical and engineering researchers and those in charge of industry-academia collaboration, but students, business people, and anyone else is welcome to attend.
Free of charge
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Professor, Department of Medical Information Planning, Kyoto University Hospital
Managing Partner, CEO, D3LLC
Deputy Dean of School of Medicine, Keio University School of Medicine (Industry-Academia Collaboration and Innovation)
Dr. Taishiro Kishimoto
Professor, Keio University School of Medicine, Hills Future Preventive Medicine and Wellness Collaborative Research Chair, Keio University School of Medicine
＜Tomohiro Kuroda, Professor, Keio University School of Medicine
Graduated from Department of Computer Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Kyoto University in 1994.
D. in Information Processing, Graduate School of Information Science, Nara Institute of Science and Technology (NAIST) in March 1998. In August 2013, he became Professor at Kyoto University Hospital, Director of the Medical Information Planning Department (concurrently), Assistant to the Director of the Hospital (concurrently), and Professor at the Graduate School of Informatics (concurrently), Kyoto University, to present. His research interests include virtual and augmented reality, welfare informatics, medical informatics, and wearable computing. He has received the Best Academic Paper Award from the Japan Society for Medical Informatics, the Best Academic Paper Award from the Japan Society for VR, the Award for Encouragement from the Japan Society of Systems, Control and Information Engineers, the Award for Encouragement from the HI Society, the Abe Award from the Japan ME Society, and others. He is a board member of the Japanese Society for Medical Informatics, the Japanese Society for Biomedical Engineering and Technology, and others. He is a member of IEEE, IEICE, HI Society, The Institute of Systems, Control and Information Engineers, Japan VR Society, Japan Sign Language Society, etc. Doctor of Engineering
Keio University School of Medicine Hills Joint Research Chair for Future Preventive Medicine and Wellness
Division of Innovation Promotion, Keio University
Innovation design Platform (Tokyo Institute of Technology)
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