The research by Mr. Masaharu Yoshihara, 3rd year student, was introduced on the official website and YouTube channel of the Council of Head of National Medical Schools of Japan.
Mr. Masaharu Yoshihara, 3rd year student, has been selected by the Council of Head of National Medical Schools of Japan as one of the outstanding young physician-scientists and gave an oral presentation to students of the medical school in Japan.
You can watch his presentation video on the official website of the Council of Head of National Medical Schools of Japan (click the URL below) and on the YouTube channel (click the photo in the upper right).
We are sorry, the video is in Japanese only.
[Translation of the introduction on the Council of Head of National Medical Schools of Japan website]
Doctors who belong to universities or research institutes and conduct research after graduating from medical school are called physician-scientists.
Physician-scientists play a leading role in pioneering and innovating medicine. It is no exaggeration to say that the decline of basic researchers and clinical researchers is directly linked to the decline of Japan's contribution to medical development. Therefore, the medical schools of the universities are making various efforts to train physician-scientists.
Here, young physician-scientists in their thirties, who are relatively close in age to medical students, give messages to students, including why they aimed to be physiological-scientists, what research they are currently working on, when they find the research interesting, and their future expectations for their own research.
[Message from Masaharu]
I looked back on my research journey in this video. I hope you also have fun with your own research journey in Humanics!