Hiroshima University Admission Infomation 2023-2024

●●●●●●●●●●●National Joint Usage Facilities●The Institute is unique worldwide as a facility capable of stable breeding and maintenance of amphibians, which offer a range of advantages as experimental animals. Leveraging this unique feature, the Institute is at the forefront of pioneering research in development, inheritance and evolution. Currently, the Institute houses several amphibian species, including wild, mutant, genetically modified, and endangered ones. In addition, efforts are underway to standardize inbred strains of the tropical clawed frog (Silurana tropicalis) as a model amphibian species. The Institute is actively working to become a global hub for amphibian research through these initiatives.Hiroshima University Hospital has introduced Japan's first surgical robot system, hinotori™, which has eight moving axes that act as joints and four arms for attaching medical instruments such as endoscopic cameras and forceps. HU Hospital is the fifth institution in Japan to perform robotic-assisted surgery with the hinotori™ system. In addition, HU Hospital has deployed two U.S.-made da Vinci surgical systems to perform robotic-assisted surgery for prostate, kidney, and bladder cancers. The hospital is gradually expanding its surgical service capacity to include gastric and esophageal cancers and introduced the hinotori™ as the third unit.The TOYOSHIO MARU is a vessel designed primarily for training and academic research for both undergraduate students at the School of Applied Biological Science and postgraduate students at the Graduate School of Integrated Sciences for Life, Hiroshima University. Equipped with state-of-the-art electronic and scientific instruments, including advanced fishing and sampling gears, it provides an ideal environment for studying oceanographic conditions. The vessel actively collaborates with universities and related institutions in the Seto Inland Sea region. This pursuit is particularly significant as Hiroshima University has vessels of this size capable of conducting in-depth research in the Seto Inland Sea region.*HiSIM (Hiroshima-University STARC IGFET Model) is a transistor model used in circuit design that has been developed by Hiroshima University in collaboration with the Semiconductor Technology Academic Research Center (STARC).Frog species in the InstituteSurgeries performed with the hinotori™ Surgical Robot System (left, upper right) and the da Vinci Surgical System (lower right)The vessel TOYOSHIO MARU20Hiroshima University possesses diverse and unique research facilities that enhance its research activities. These facilities closely collaborate with the research initiatives of the Graduate School, contributing to the development of world-class research.Research FacilitiesResearch Center for Diversity and InclusionAmphibian Research CenterTranslational Research CenterResilience Research CenterCenter for Brain, Mind and KANSEI Sciences ResearchHiroshima University Genome Editing Innovation CenterHiroshima University Digital Monozukuri (Manufacturing)Education and Research CenterEducation and Research Center for Artificial Intelligence and DataInnovationThe IDEC InstituteAcademic-Environment Social Governance Science andTechnology Research CenterTown & Gown Institute of Innovation for the FutureHiroshima Synchrotron Radiation CenterFor more informationhttps://www.hiroshima-u.ac.jp/en/centersAmphibian Research CenterRobotic Surgical Systemshinotori™ and da Vinci Training and Research VesselTOYOSHIO MARU

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