Research Project Keio 2040 (Longevity): Extending Healthy Life Expectancy Project: Establishment of the "KGRI role model for a healthy society with longevity"

Longevity

Summary

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This project aims to design a social architecture that interoperably links health care services that utilize various research seeds to achieve a healthy life expectancy in the super-aging population of 2040. We study the problem of realizing the healthcare system from various fields such as medicine, nursing, science and engineering, law, and economics and make proposals for solutions.

SDGs

3. GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING3. GOOD HEALTH AND WELL-BEING

Project Members

About Project Members, Researchers

Note: ◎ indicates the project leader

◎ Jin Nakahara School of Medicine Professor Neurology, Neurotherapeutics, Neuroimmunology
Masako Toriya KGRI Project Professor System design and management, Science technology and innovation policy, New business creation
Makoto Asai KGRI Project Professor Soft matter engineerring
Haluna Kawashima KGRI Project Associate Professor Constitutional law, Medical law
Masato Yasui School of Medicine Professor Pharmacology, Water channels
Yasuhiro Kato KGRI Project Senior Assistant Professor Cell differentiation
Yasumichi Arai Faculty of Nursing and Medical Care Professor Geriatrics and gerontology, Epidemiology of healthy aging and longevity
Tsuyoshi Hirose Graduate School of System Design and Management Project Assistant Professor System design and management, Marketing, New business creation
Yasue Mitsukura
(2021/10/1-)
Faculty of Science and Technology Professor Bio-signal processing, Intelligent informatics, Sensing, denoising, and feature extraction, Sleep engineering
Yoshiaki Fukami
(2021/10/1-)
School of Medicine / Department of Economics, Gakushuin University Project Researcher / Visiting Professor Platform strategy, Standardization, Collaborative innovation