【SDGS-ID Symposium vol.2】 ”The Necessity of Interdisciplinary Wisdom revealed by COVID-19" (March 19, 2012)
Due to advances in science and technology, there have been many developments
in tests, therapeutic agents, and vaccines for COVID-19 over the past two years.
However, despite the widespread use of vaccines in industrialized countries,
the pandemic is far from being contained, causing not only direct health hazards
caused by the virus but also a wide range of societal challenges.
In order to surmount the challenges of COVID-19, which have become problems
that cannot be solved by medicine and public health alone,
interdisciplinary, comprehensive wisdom - including not just the natural sciences but
also the humanities and social sciences - is necessary.
Tohoku University has established the "Center of Interdisciplinary Research：
"System Design of Inclusive society with Infectious Diseases" and has been engaged in
discussions with researchers in various fields.
In this symposium, we will discuss what we should do in response to the various challenges
highlighted by COVID-19, while exchanging opinions with researchers of the younger generation
who will be responsible for the future, and drawing the big picture.
Date: March 19, 2022 (Sat) 13:30-16:00
Venue: Online (Zoom) Language: Japanese
Capacity: 500 participants free of charge
Application deadline: March 17, 2022 (Thu) 17:00
How to register: Please fill out the Google Form below and send it to us.
The URL for participation will be sent by e-mail to those who apply.
URL for registration: https://forms.gle/MuTjvuexF5VUucUo7
Please make sure to enter your email address correctly when you register.
Opening: Naoto Ishii（Professor, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine）
Greetings Motoko Kotani (Executive Vice President, Tohoku University)
- Panelists' Discussion -
Facilitator: Hideaki Sena (Author)
( Professor, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine, Director, SDGS-ID)
(Vice President, Tohoku University / Professor, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine)
(Professor, Tohoku University Graduate School of Dentistry / Member, SDGS-ID)
(Professor, Graduate School of Arts and Letters, Tohoku University, Member, SDGS-ID)
Mai Sakai (Assistant Professor, Tohoku University Graduate School of Medicine)
Emi Yuda (Assistant Professor, CDS, Tohoku University)
-Question and Answer Session
Tohoku University, "Center of Interdisciplinary Research：System Design of Inclusive society with Infectious Diseases"
E-mail: sdgs-id @ med.tohoku.ac.jp