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Friday, March 24 • 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Group Discussion/Reflection

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Topics of discussion will be "Organ Transplant & Medical Ethics."


Yuki Enomoto

Yuki Enomoto will be a Nichibei Fellow at the EHC 2017 program. She is really looking forward to meeting and working with all of you. | | From VIA Programs, she has participated in MED 2015 and that experience changed her a lot in many ways. She realized how active other students were, how other students were studying hard and how small her world was. From this experience, Yuki wanted to see a larger world, therefore she jumped into DSI... Read More →

Chia-Ying Lee

Chia-Ying graduated from the University of California, Santa Cruz with a bachelor of science in Neuroscience and Ecology, Evolutionary Biology. She is interested in global medicine, virtual and simulation medicine, and medical education. | | Chia-Ying was born in Taiwan and immi... Read More →

Yamato Suemitsu

Yamato was an EHC 2015 participant and is one of the fellows who get the honor to help you learn in the Bay Area this time. When Yamato participated in the program, it gave him the greatest chance to change his learning attitude from a slight passive one into a greatly motivated and ambitious one. As a medical student, he thinks his role here is not only to generally guide you all to have a meaningful, exciting, and safe experience in the Bay Area, but to specifically share the insights he got through experiencing both the Japanese and US medical education. In this way, he hopes to be a model medical student that you can refer to in your years in medical school to... Read More →
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James Thomas

James is a UK-trained physician currently working in Tokyo, Japan. As a medical student, he participated in a clinical clerkship in Hokkaido and became interested in Japanese healthcare, language and culture. After graduating as a doctor, he underwent clinical training in Sheffield, England, and worked in primary care and pediatrics before moving to Japan in April 2012. He now devotes the majority of his time to medical education and teaches students and junior residents within Keio University and... Read More →

Friday March 24, 2017 4:30pm - 5:00pm
Stanford Medical School