- #359 Ranking
- Public Institution Type
The management of TMDU consists in the creation of an environment in which all associated with TMDU can thrive, in accordance with the basic mission statement and under the leadership of the president.
The goals of TMDU are educating individuals who are going to be medical professionals, including doctors and dentists; creating systems for research studies in the medical care and life sciences fields; fostering the development of sophisticated experts in medical and research fields; and making contributions towards society and humanity through these efforts.
We conduct research on next generation methodologies, e.g. integrating various omics and molecular datasets to clarify trans-omics relationships. Such research will identify disease-related genes for new drug targets, and establish personalized and/or precision medicine.
The University has several types of residential housing for international students and the housing is arranged by the Japan Student Services Organization, JASSO. The Center of JASSO is located in Odaiba, the famous Tokyo Bay area. It takes about 1 hour to Yushima Campus by Yurikamome-line and JR train.
The Multimedia Education Division supports education at TMDU by ICT(information and communication technology). We work with TMDU librarian to manage and support educational e-learning, computer simulation, information literacy, video recording/distribution/conference, CBT, PC, and more.
The Health Administration Center is aimed at supporting students to maintain and improve their mental and physical health. The center is located on the second floor of Building 5 on the Yushima Campus, but there is also a branch on the first floor of the Champ de Causerie on Kounodai Campus, assuring students to lead healthy lives on campus.
Incoming International Students: You will be assigned a tutor, who is another TMDU student, for your first year in Japan. Your tutor can answer questions, explain procedures, help you fill out documents and provide support during your first year of life and study in Japan.
Students engaged in basic research, group discussion and presentation, attended the English class, observed CU university hospital and private clinics, and experienced community health activities. In the cultural exchange program in the Global Retreat, TMDU students held a Japanese tea ceremony and danced Bon-odori wearing the traditional Yukata costumes. Meanwhile, the Thai students performed traditional Thai dance. Continuation of these young student exchange programs will be expected to establish a medical and dental network in Southeast Asia.