Many infectious diseases, including new coronavirus infections, are "zoonotic" diseases originating from wild animals, domestic animals and poultry. As opportunities for human-animal contact and spread increase due to globalization, population growth, and environmental destruction, the promotion of "One Health," which considers the health of humans, animals, and ecosystems as a whole, and the "digitalization" of preventive medicine will be essential to prevent these zoonotic diseases. In order to solve complex and multifaceted social problems such as climate change and the new coronavirus pandemic, there is a recent need for a research approach that goes beyond the "interdisciplinary" framework of medicine, veterinary medicine, public health, agriculture, and environmental ecology to plan, implement, and disseminate research. The purpose of this seminar is to invite experts from universities and government agencies in the fields of medicine, veterinary medicine, and public health, and to promote international exchange and interdisciplinary joint research related to "One Health" between China and Japan through collaboration between industry, academia, and government.
We look forward to your participation.

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Date and Schedule
Day 1: February 10th, 2022 (Thursday)
Day 2: February 17th, 2022 (Thursday)
Day 3: February 18th, 2022 (Friday)
Day 4: February 24th, 2022 (Thursday)
Day 5: February 25th, 2022 (Friday
Time: 15:00-16:30 China Time (16:00-17:30 Japan Time)


Implementing organization (sponsor): Kyushu University, Institute for Asian and Oceanian Studies
Participating organizations (overseas): Shanghai Jiao Tong University, Faculty of Global Health

Language: Stimutanuous translation between Chinese and Japanese
Japanese from Japanese members, Chinese or English from Chinese members:

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Contact person:Fumihiko Yokota


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