Graduate Degree Program of Health Data Science
- Itabashi Campus
- Itabashi Campus
Utilizing data in medical-related fields
Able to work with others to solve problems
Aiming to train researchers and instructors
This degree program utilizes data in medical-related fields to formulate methods for solving academic and social issues, and by implementing and evaluating these methods, it is possible to elucidate the causes of pathological conditions, conduct basic research for diagnosis We aim to train researchers and instructors who can contribute to research on medical care and preventive medicine tailored to individual constitutions, planning of new medical services, etc. It is a curriculum that transcends the boundaries of existing fields and utilizes a cross-disciplinary interdisciplinary graduate school system consisting of faculty members from various specialized fields. increase.
Fostering researchers and instructors who can use data in medical-related fields to set their own academic and social issues, plan, implement, and evaluate solutions, and who can work with others to solve problems. is intended for
The Society 5.0 era is coming, in which cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence (AI), big data, Internet of Things (IoT), and robotics have become more sophisticated and have been incorporated into all industries and social life. greatly promotes transformation.
Against this social background, there is a demand for human resources with the knowledge and skills necessary for digitization in addition to the knowledge and skills in specialized fields in the medical field. In other words, it can be said that there is a social demand to develop human resources who can utilize the diverse data collected on a large scale from the medical field.
In this degree program, researchers who can use data in medical-related fields to set their own academic and social issues, plan, implement, and evaluate solutions, and who can work with others to solve problems.・We aim to train instructors. We welcome those who are motivated to utilize medical data.