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HICARE and IAEA Cohosted International Workshop on Biological and Internal Dosimetry

 In order to develop human resources who will play important roles on biological dosimetry and clinical application in Asia-Pacific region and the Middle East region, HICARE held an international workshop in cooperation with IAEA.

 

TitleIAEA・HICARE Workshop on Biological and Internal Dosimetry: Recent Advance and Clinical Application
ObjectiveTo gain latest knowledge on biological and internal dosimetry of accidental, environmental and medical exposure to radiation, as well as to discuss them.
DateFebruary 17 to 21, 2020 >> for Workshop program
VenueHiroshima University, Kojin Kaikan Conference Hall
Participants

14

Lecturers

・3 dispatched by IAEA (IAEA(Austria), German Federal Office for Radiation Protection(Germany), Burnazyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center(Russia))

・11 invited by HICARE

(National Institute for Quantum and Radiological Science and Technology, Hirosaki Univ., Japan Atomic Agency, Institute for Environmental Science, Nagasaki Univ., Radiation Effects Research Foundation, Hiroshima Univ.)
17 ParticipantsIndonesia, Jordan, Philippines, Singapore, Syrian Arab Republic, Thailand, USA, Yemen,Students from Hiroshima University Phoenix Leader Education Program

Course Director, Dr. Belyakov (IAEA)

Course Director, Dr. Tashiro (HICARE), Director of Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine.

Dr. Shinkarev (left), Busmasyan Federal Medical Biophysical Center

Prof. Kudo (right), Nagasaki University

At Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine, Hiroshima University

At Hiroshima University Hospital

Cohosted International Training Course on Biodpsimetry (2013 June)

Since IAEA and HICARE signed the Practical Arrangements in the context of fostering cooperation in the field of medical care for radiation exposed, on August 6, 2010, this is the first cohosted event in the firld of joint research.

 

TitleBIODOSIMETRY IN THE 21st CENTURY Training Meeting
Objective

-To develop human resources of researcher in the Asia-Pacific Region by enhancing the skills of biodosimetry to evaluate the dosimetry of radiation exposure, as well as updating the knowledge.

-To strengthen networks between research institutes in member countries of IAEA

DateJune 10 - 14, 2013     >>Traininig Program
VenueOriental Hotel Hiroshima
Participants

11 ecturers

・IAEA dispatched: 2
・HICARE invited:9 (Hiroshima University, Radiation Effects Research Foundation, Hirosaki University, Institute for Environmental Sciences, National Institute of Radiological Sciences)

14 Participants

・9 from Inidia, Indonesia, Malaysia, Philippines, Korea, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnamese.
・5 from Hiroshima University and Radiation Effects Research Foundation

HICARE President Okubo

Dr. Belyakov (IAEA).

Visited Hiroshima University Research Institute for Radiation Biology and Medicine.

Visited Radiation Effects Research Foundation

At Peace Memorial Museum