History

Graduate School of Biomedical & Health Sciences

◆Apr. 2012
・Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences and Graduate School of Health Sciences were reorganized into Graduate School of Biomedical & Health Sciences: (5 Majors, 8 Divisions, 4 Programs in Biomedical Sciences Major)  (Admission capacity: Master 76, Doctor 119)
Biomedical Sciences Major
   Program of Medicine (Division of Medicine)
   Program of Dental Sciences (Division of Dental Sciences)
   Program of Pharmaceutical Sciences (Division of Pharmaceutical Sciences)
   Program of Radiation Biology and Medicine (Division of Radiation Biology
   and Medicine)
Oral Health Sciences Major (Division of Oral Health Sciences :
   Clinical Course, Research Course)
Medicinal Sciences Major (Division of Medicinal Sciences)
Health Sciences Major (Division of Nursing Science, Division of Physical
   Therapy and Occupational Therapy Sciences)
Medical and Dental Sciences Major (Medical and Dental Sciences Course,
   Medical Physics Course)
・Institute of Biomedical & Health Sciences was established as the organization for academic staff.

◆Mar. 2013
 Educational curriculum for certified nurses (palliative care and neonatal intensive care) at Center for Advanced Nursing Practice and Research was closed.

◆Apr. 2015
 Public Health Course was established in the Medical and Dental Sciences Major.

◆Mar. 2017
 Institute of Biomedical & Health Sciences as the organization for academic staff was abolished.

Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences

◆Apr. 2019
・Graduate School of Biomedical & Health Sciences were reorganized into Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences


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