Introduction to Medicine University of Tsukuba
Malignant neoplasm, cardiovascular disease, and cerebrovascular disease have been major causes of death in Japan. Additionally, orthopedic disorder and trauma by athletics are common. This course will provide students with an overview of current states on pathological conditions, treatments, outcomes, and clinical problems about the diseases. In addition, the progress of research associated with the diseases will be reviewed.
Innovation potential, English language proficiency
The performance of each student is evaluated as a point from 0 to 100 based on examination and report.
The final grade A+, A, B, C, or D is determined by the weighted average of all the points earned through the term. A+: >90, A: 80-89, B: 70-79, C: 60-69, D: <60
Online Course Requirement
Hizawa Nobuyuki,Sekine Ikuo,Ieda Masaki,Shoda Junichi,Morishima Yuko,Enomoto Tsuyoshi,Yamazaki Masashi,Marushima Aiki,Matsumoto Isao,Kyo Tosyu,Nomura Toshifumi
Lecture is conducted in English.
Site for Inquiry
Link to the syllabus provided by the university