I’ve worked for two years at hospital in China as a occupational therapist before I entered the Shishu-Kan. When I first heard the Shishu-Kan, I thought it is unique in every aspect compared with other programs offered by universities in Japan – it is global, focuses on social development, and is conducted both in English and Japanese. That’s really interested me. The curriculum elements offered here drawn from the global forefront of knowledge and wisdom, with perspectives both academic and field-based and of a quality accessible to doctoral. Shishu-Kan is a dynamic learning community that lasts. Students actively communicate with each other during the lecture period, internship and even after graduation. Shishu-Kan also provides opportunities where alumni and students can get together and learn from one another. An education with Shishu-Kan consists of a three-year lesson series, two overseas internship, and individual advisory sessions – all of which is designed to strengthen thought leadership capacity and interpersonal skills and promote personal growth. Just enjoy the life to be here.
Cognitive neuroscience is the scientific field that is concerned with the study of the biological processes and aspects that underlie cognition, with a specific focus on the neural connections in the brain which are involved in mental processes. It addresses the questions of how cognitive activities are affected or controlled by neural circuits in the brain. I used to work at a children’s healthcare center, so I want to find ways to keep some disabled children out of hospital, or at least to improve the efficiency of therapists, that’s why I also choose the AI as my study area, I believe the AI will be a good assistant for medical area in the future. I would like to join this hard problem-solving group.