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トピックス2018.11.09Japan-China Medical Communication Center: Guangdong Health Emergency Medical Team (Imamura and Egawa)
トピックス2018.11.06The 2nd Autumn Congress of Japanese Association of Rehabilitation Medicine (Egawa)
トピックス2018.11.06ImPACT Tough Robotics Challenge (Egawa)
トピックス2018.10.26City of Sendai, Surgeons Association for Emergency Medicine (Egawa)
トピックス2018.10.25The 14th Asia Pacific Conference for Disaster Medicine (Egawa)
トピックス2018.10.25The 4th International Symposium on Development of CBRN Protection Capabilities (Egawa)
トピックス2018.10.25Participation in the Pacific Rim Clinical Emergency Preparedness Research Network Symposium (Maly and Okuyama)
トピックス2018.10.19AIWEST-DR 2018 "Advancing Science and Technology Innovation for Sustainable Disaster Resilience and Risk Reduction" (Koshimura, T. Sato, Shibayama, Maly, Boret, D. Sasaki, and Jibiki)
トピックス2018.10.18"Call for Application" updated
報道2018.09.30Thai PBS Specialist of Tsunami Engineering, Tohoku University explains the tsunami occurred in Sulawesi, Indonesia (Suppasri)
トピックス2018.09.10Princess Chulabhorn Science High School Satun and Furukawa Reimei High School’s teachers and students visited IRIDeS (Suppasri)
報道2018.09.07AFP-JIJI Japan resilient, but climate change making disasters worse: experts(竹谷)
トピックス2018.09.04TDMRC visit under the World Class Professor (WCP) program (Suppasri)
トピックス2018.09.04IFMSA Action Summer Camp 2018 (Egawa)
トピックス2018.09.04TOMODACHI J&J Disaster Nursing Seminars (Egawa)
トピックス2018.08.23Large scale earthquake disaster drill in Western Japan (Koshimura and Egawa)
トピックス2018.07.31UNFCCC’s Expert Meeting on National Adaptation Goals/Indicators and Their Relationship with the Sustainable Development Goals and the Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction (Ono)
トピックス2018.05.09Joint Symposium on eHealth and Technologies for a Resilient Community against Disasters (Egawa)
報道2018.03.29Serambi INDONESIA Tim Tohoku University Jepang Audiensi ke Serambi(Ono, Chikata and Chubachi)
報道2018.03.09NHK WORLD People with tsunami evacuation plans fled early (Shosuke Sato)