Time and Venue
September 2, 2016 (Fri) 13:00~17:05 (Reception: 17:20~19:00)
Kyoto Pharmaceutical University (main campus)
Room: T21 Lecture Room (2nd floor, Kyukokan)
Address: Misasagi-Nakauchicho 5, Yamashinaku, Kyoto 607-8414, Kyoto
13:00 – 13:05 Opening Remarks
Research presentation(20 min talk + 15 min discussion)
Chair: Yusuke Kono (Ritsumeikan University)
13:05 – 13:40 Haruki Higashino (Setsunan University, Assistant Professor)
”Impact of the re-dissolution process on the oral absorption of
poorly water-soluble drugs – in vitro-in vivo correlations -”
13:40 – 14:15 Sawangrat Kasirawat (Kyoto Pharmaceutical University, D1)
”Effects of pharmaceutical excipients on the intestinal transport and
absorption of sulfasalazine, a typical BCRP substrate”
Research presentation 2 (20 min talk + 15 min discussion)
Chair: Kohta Mohri (Setsunan University)
14:15 – 14:50 Mai Ikemura (Kobe Gakuin University, Lecturer)
”Evaluation of efficacy and safety of cancer chemotherapy
in diabetes based on basic and clinical research”
14:50 – 15:25 Hideyuki Nakanishi (Center for iPS Cell Research and Application, Researcher)
”Monitoring differentiation of human iPS cells by cell-specific
microRNA reporter vectors”
15:25 – 15:40 Break
Special lecture (60 min talk + 20 min discussion)
Chair: Ryosuke Suzuki (Kobe Gakuin University)
Kosuke Kusamori (Kyoto Pharmaceutical University)
15:40 – 17:00 Philip Hawke (University of Shizuoka, Assistant Professor)
”Simpler presentations for clearer scientific messages: Using simpler slides,
grammar, and vocabulary to make your English presentation easier to understand”
17:00 – 17:05 Closing Remarks
17:20 – 19:00 Mixer (Dining Hall (1st floor, Kyukokan))
Registration fee : Regular – ¥ 3,000 (Student – Free) (On-site payment, cash only)
Application : If you would like us to register, please provide the following information by e-mail;
1) Name, 2) Affiliation, 3) Title, 4) E-mail, 5) Tel, *6) Workshop volunteer (Y/N), 7) Reception (Y/N).
*6) In the Special lecture, Mr. Hawke will check your presentation slide and discuss it.
If you will take any presentation slides, we will tell about the details (please select “Y”).
Contact : Kosuke Kusamori
E-mail : email@example.com
Dear Global Education Seminar participants,
Philip Hawke from the University of Shizuoka here. I will be giving a lecture called “Simplerpresentations for clearer scientific messages: Using simpler slides, grammar, and vocabulary to make your English presentation easier to understand” at the upcoming GE Seminar. I would like to propose a slightly different lecture style from past seminar lectures.
If you are interested, I would like to have a “lecture-workshop” with you. I will spend most of the time lecturing, but I will also have short “discussion breaks” in which I will ask you to talk with a few other participants about the topic I have just spoken on. To make this discussion more interesting and useful, if you are interested, I suggest that you bring an old PowerPoint presentation in English or Japanese on your laptop computer (or printed out) to show a few of your slides to the other participants. For example, after I talk about effective slide design, you can show one of your slides to the others and discuss its strengths and weaknesses.
Just to be clear: You do not need to give a presentation! (In fact, there will be no time to do so.)
Please just consider bringing a few slides from an old presentation for discussion.
If you do not want to show other people your slides, that is also fine. Please just talk to other participants about theirs.
At the beginning of my talk, I will ask all of you if you would like to have this kind of “lecture-workshop”. If not so many people are interested, I will just give a regular lecture. Either lecture style is fine with me.
I look forward to meeting you at the seminar.