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Update:July 5, 2022

Graduate Education

Chiba Cancer Center Research Institute offers international and domestic students to obtain a graduate degree in Japan through our collaboration with the Department of Molecular Biology and Oncology at Chiba University School of Medicine.

Summary

Department of Molecular Biology and Oncology started in 2005 as a cooperation program between Chiba Cancer Center Research Institute and the Graduate School of Chiba University School of Medicine. The main research subjects are to understand the molecular mechanisms underlying carcinogenesis, the biological properties of cancer cells and to apply our basic findings to translational research, development of new molecular-targeted drugs and cancer therapies. This program challenges students to perform research and pursue careers in science in a wide range of scientific in a unique incubator for a new generation of medical researchers in a fast-paced multidisciplinary yet integrated setting, among other physicians and bench-side scientists.

[Syllabus Link: Under Renewal]

Graduate Program Faculty Members

Professor

  • Yoshitaka Hippo, M.D., Ph.D. (Director and Head of Division of Molecular Carcinogenesis)

Associate Professor

  • Yuichi Wakabayashi, MD, Ph.D. (Division Head, Experimental Animal Research)

WELCOME TO THE CCCRI/CHIBA UNIVERSITY GRADUATE PROGRAM

We welcome application from highly motivated students for both the two-year M.S. and four-year Ph.D. courses. Admitted students will enroll in Chiba University School of Medicine with one of the faculty members listed above as their thesis advisors. Please contact us by E-mail for more information.