In this course students will engage in research using knowledge and technology of molecular biology and ‘molecular science and engineering’, such as molecular imaging and viruses.
This course will enable students to acquire a thorough knowledge of molecular biomedical science and engineering, an academic framework to apply science and engineering for in vivo molecules to medical science. Students will also be expected to acquire specialized knowledge and skills in molecular imaging diagnostics, molecular biology, and radiation biology.
This course will enable students to acquire the ability to conduct international research in the ‘quantum biomedical science and engineering’ field, and to act in internationally leading roles in research and development of new molecular image diagnostic equipment and drugs, oncolytic virotherapy, and radiation sensitizers.
Research and development in molecular biology diagnostics and treatment technology using viruses, and more.
Research and development in diagnostic drugs, image reconstruction, nuclear medicine devices, nuclear magnetic resonance devices, and imaging methods
Research and development in treatment techniques integrating radiation biology, molecular biology, and immunotherapy, as well as radiation sensitizers and radiation protection technology, etc.