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北海道大学国際連携研究教育局(GI-CoRE)量子医理工学グローバルステーションは、2014年4月の設置以来、これまで本学総長直轄の組織として運営されてきました。
このたび設置期間を満了し、2020年4月1日からは、医学研究院・医理工学グローバルセンターに活動が引き継がれることとなりました。
これに伴い、ホームページのURLを下記のとおり変更いたしました。

■変更前:https://gi-core.oia.hokudai.ac.jp/gsq
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■変更後:https://gcb.med.hokudai.ac.jp/(英語版)
      https://gcb2.med.hokudai.ac.jp/(日本語版)

「ブックマーク」などに登録していただいている場合は、設定の変更をお願いいたします。

医学研究院・医理工学グローバルセンターは、本学総長から「GI-CoRE協力拠点」としての認定を受け、GI-CoREと協力して、なお一層の国際共同研究・教育を実践してまいりますので、今後ともご支援のほどよろしくお願いいたします。



Notice of the Website Relocation

Since its establishment in April 2014, the Global Station for Quantum Medical Science and Engineering (GSQ) of the Global Institution for Collaborative Research and Education (GI-CoRE) has operated as an organization under the direct control of the President.

As of April 1st, 2020, however, the GSQ project has transitioned into Global Center for Biomedical Science and Engineering, Faculty of Medicine.
In accordance with this change, our homepage has changed.

・(old) https://gi-core.oia.hokudai.ac.jp/gsq
・(new) https://gcb.med.hokudai.ac.jp/

Please update your records and bookmarks to the new URL.

We proudly announce that the Global Center for Biomedical Science and Engineering, Faculty of Medicine, has been certified as a “GI-CoRE Cooperating Hub” by the President to further promote and develop international collaborative research and education in cooperation with GI-CoRE. We appreciate your understanding and continued support.



Our Global Station

The Global Station for Quantum Medical Science and Engineering (GSQ) was established in April 2014 at the newly opened Proton Beam Therapy Center (PBT center), Hokkaido University Hospital. Prof. Hiroki Shirato, the director of the PBT center, serves as the director of the Global Station and under his direction, GSQ is designed to serve as a research hub facilitating innovative collaborative studies with a world-leading research unit.

The Radiation Oncology Department of Stanford University School of Medicine, headed by Prof. Quynh-Thu Le, is also seeking to develop this world-leading innovative radiation therapy method, and thus is participating in our collaboration research as a core unit. Currently, 18 researchers are joining the Global Station from the Hokkaido University Unit, while further 15 researchers participate in the research efforts from the Stanford Unit. Based on this unprecedented collaboration between two leading research units of the Hokkaido unit and the Stanford unit, the Global Station for Quantum Medical Science and Engineering is expected to become one of the most innovative research hub on radiation therapy in the world.


Radiation Biology/Radiation Oncology/Medical Physics

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