Research on Radiation Medical Science

Nagasaki University, through the Atomic Bomb Disease Institute, promotes not only medical treatment for Atomic bomb survivors, but also promotes collaborative projects regarding radiation emergency medicine. Since 1990, the institute has been working on medical cooperation for the Chernobyl disaster and academic collaborative research. It has steadily achieved results through staff exchanges.

By establishing an overseas office in Belarus, we can offer support services including research planning, contracts, money management, and recruitment, for smooth research activities, especially for WHO, institutions of the former Soviet Union, and the Chernobyl Tissue Bank organized by the European network.

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