PhD

Biomedical Laboratory Sciences

Study mode:On campus Study type:Full-time Languages: English
Foreign:$ 3.38 k / Year(s) Deadline: Jun 24, 2025
801–1000 place StudyQA ranking:3704 Duration:

The Doctor’s Course trains autonomous researchers with a broad perspective suitable for the healthcare and medical field who are capable of working in an international and interdisciplinary environment.

Class

Compulsory

Contents

Biochemistry and Biophysics Lecture

4

 

Anatomy and Physiological Science Lecture

4

The aim of this course is to learn not only structure and function of the human body systematically but also methodology for analysis of the relationship between the morphologic and functional information. In addition, the purpose is to improve the ability to do an original study.

Biofunctional Informatics Lecture

4

Graduate students improve comprehension about tests to measure and analyze bio function as a system. Especially, they acquire proficiency in updated clinical physiologic tests and diagnostic imaging, and learn how to correlate vital functional information with pathogenesis and pathophysiology. Furthermore, they acquire theory and technique to develop new physiologic tests.

Biophysical System Engineering Lecture

4

The aim of this course is to learn how the nervous system controls the status and the behavior of neurons and their networks, by modeling the system to represent the status and to explain the information processing from motor control to perception. Students collect biological data, analyze them by computational models and explore the application of these models to control the system.

Experimental Biology Model for Human Disease Lecturer

4

 

Analytical Laboratory Chemistry Lecture

4

The particular components in body fluid potentially utilized for the primary, the secondary, and the tertiary prevention for many diseases are specified from the newest information. The assay method for the particular component in body fluid is planned and constructed, and estimated a clinical availability and a limit.

Microbiology and Immunology Lecture

4

Students who finish this course will get ability to apply up-to-date knowledge of clinical microbiology and clinical immunology to research on pathogenesis, diagnosis, or therapy of infectious and autoimmune diseases. They are also expected to transfer such skills to underclassmen.

Molecular Pathophysiology Lecture

4

This course will explore the theories and practices of cytopathology, histopathology and molecular pathology, which would clarify the etiology and pathogenesis of the diseases and improve the pathological diagnosis. This course will help the students perform advanced researches and improve scientific presentation, discussion and publications in English.

Laboratory Molecular Genetics Lecture

4

Students learn how to analyze hematological disorders, hemostasis and thrombosis, and so on, at molecular-genetic levels and do some original researches. This course prepares clinical-oriented international and multidisciplinary research leaders who can conduct research projects by themselves and present their achievements at international academic conferences and scientific journals.

Advanced Analytical Chemistry Lecture

4

The aim is to experience of analysis of biological molecules using high performance analytical instruments, and to understand theory and method for instrumental analysis.

Special Research

8

 
  • Transcript (university, undergraduate school) 
  • Diploma/certificate of (expected) graduation (university, undergraduate school)
  • Research goal outline 
  • Exam fee payment certificate
  • Self-addressed labels
  • Documentary proof of surname change (Only if submitted ID documents differ from current surname) 
  • Self-addressed envelope for exam admission slip
  • International application form for graduate school admission
  • Color copies of both sides of either residence card or entry visa

Scholarships

  • Japanese Government Scholarship
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