Date：28 July (Friday)
Time：15:40 – 17:10 (GMT+8)
Program Director (U.S) of Japan Biodesign
Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign
A graduate of Jichi Medical University, he began his research career at the Department of Cardiology, Stanford University, in 2001, where he was involved in research and development, animal testing, and clinical trials for a U.S. medical device venture. He has extensive advisory experience in the medical device field and is familiar with the medical situation in Japan and the United States. He has also participated in projects involving Japanese and U.S. regulatory authorities in medical devices and is working to establish a cross-border medical device ecosystem.
In addition to his research, he has been teaching at Stanford University since 2002 as a Stanford Biodesign Advisory Faculty member, where he is training entrepreneurs in the medical device field. He is also deeply involved in the establishment of the Japanese version of Biodesign. He is actively working to establish a Silicon Valley-style medical device ecosystem in Japan.