Graduate School of Medicine

  • Itabashi Campus

Medical professionals with a flair for research

The Graduate School of Medicine is dedicated to cultivating clinical skills in the medical profession. While outcomes are naturally an important aspect of medical research, the research process itself can yield important insights into illness as well as better awareness of the circumstances and background of diagnosis and treatment. This in turn improves the skills of the health care professional.

Key facts

Specialization Division of Medicine (Doctoral Degree Program)
Program/outcome Doctor in Medical Science
Educational principles
Campus
Teaching staff * 408
Students * 128

* As of May 1st, 2016

Specialization

Medical researchers with a focus on the real world of health care

The Graduate School of Medicine offers five areas of specialization: Division of First Basic Medicine, Division of Second Basic Medicine, Division of Social Medicine, Division of First Clinical Medicine (internal medicine) and Division of Second Clinical Medicine (external medicine). The emphasis is on useful and practical studies based on experience in the real world of health care, with many of the instructors active in industry. This provides the ideal environment to develop the skills of real-world clinical research and pure research with a clinical focus.

Division of First Basic Medicine

First Basic Medicine teaches advanced research skills in physiology, biochemistry and anatomy in line with the objectives of the Graduate School of Medicine.

Division of Second Basic Medicine

Second Basic Medicine teaches advanced research skills in pathology, pharmacology and microbiology in line with the objectives of the Graduate School of Medicine.

Division of Social Medicine

Social Medicine teaches advanced research skills in public health and forensic medicine in line with the objectives of the Graduate School of Medicine.

Division of First Clinical Medicine

First Clinical Medicine trains highly skilled researchers and medical specialists in internal medicine, pediatrics, psychiatry, dermatology, clinical radiology, clinical laboratory medicine, and rehabilitation, in line with the objectives of the Graduate School of Medicine.

Division of Second Clinical Medicine

Second Clinical Medicine trains highly skilled researchers and medical specialists in external medicine, orthopedics, neurosurgery, gynemetrics, otolaryngology, ophthalmology, urology, anesthesiology, acute medical care and plastic surgery, in line with the objectives of the Graduate School of Medicine.

Teaching staff

In the Teikyo University Teaching Staff Database, information about the staff can be searched and viewed. (Japanese information only, may not cover all staff)

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