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The 3rd international symposium of the Education Center for Forensic Pathology and Science
 長崎大学医歯薬学総合研究科 死因究明医育成センターでは、2018年3月2日に「法医学実務に関する国際シンポジウム:International comparison of education for forensic medicine」を開催致します。



Symposium Program
The Third Education Center for Forensic Pathology and Science Symposium
Japan and Korea Forensic Pathology Joint Symposium
-Histo-Pathology for forensic medicine-
Cosponsored by Niigata and Nagasaki University
at Pompe van Meerdervoort Hall, Nagasaki University School of medicine
(Mar.2, 2018)
 Opening Remarks
  Kazuya Ikematsu
Nagasaki University School of Medicine
 Part I: Forensic Practice with Histopathology
      Chair: Seong Hwan Park

1. An autopsy case of peliosis hepatis with X-linked myotubular myopathy
 Kazuhisa Funayama
 Graduate School of Medicine and Dental Sciences, Niigata University
2. Two autopsy cases of sudden death showing the usefulness of histopathological findings
  Shuji Kozawa
  Mie University Graduate School of Medicine
 Part II: Forensic Practice with Histopathology
       Chair: Shuji Kozawa

3. Utilization of routine histopathology for autopsy diagnosis and medical education
 Wooyoung Jang
 Department of Legal Medicine, Korea University College of Medicine
4. Immunostaining is a valuable method for autopsy diagnosis: 2 case reports
 Yuki Abe
 Graduate school of Biomedical sciences, Nagasaki University school of medicine
 Part III: Research with Forensic Histopathology
       Chair: Boonyawee Yeeluk & Kazuya Ikematsu

5. Protein expression patterns and histologic characteristics of coronary atherosclerosis from sudden cardiac death
 Sohyoung Park
 Medical Examiner’s Office, National Forensic Service
6. The Study for Wound Age Estimation with Expression of Chitinase-like protein
 Takehiko Murase
 Graduate school of Biomedical sciences, Nagasaki University school of medicine
7. Forensic application of microRNAs to diagnosis for drowning pattern
 Hyung-Seok Kim
 Chonnam National University Medical School
 Closing Remarks
  Seong Hwan Park
Department of Legal Medicine, Korea University College of Medicine

My name is Wooyoung Jang, a 5th grade medical student in Korea University College of Medicine. As a 5th grader, I was in the polyclinic training course. But since there is no mandatory forensic medicine in this course, I always wanted to participate in any kind of forensic activities. Under this circumstance, invited to the symposium, I started studying for my presentation and then I had such great experiences and impressions. Attending in this symposium motivated me in many ways. Watching presentations, I got to know various fields of forensic medicine such as histopathology, molecular pathology and their methodologies in the context of forensic medicine. One of the cases introduced was very interesting for its uniqueness. (presentation 1: peliosis hepatis). and some experiments’ methods and tools were interesting such as those in presentation 6 and 7 (wound age estimation and drowning). After this enlightening experience, I came to think about career other than medical examiner, such as researcher in subspecialty of forensic medicine. Preparing my presentation, though it was a simple introduction of cases which I studied with, I learned pathologic knowledges more thoroughly than in my theoretic pathology course, which was in 3rd grade. Moreover, since I looked into social, medical past histories of the deceased, their diseases, macroscopic findings and histopathologic features sequentially, not only pathology but also outline of forensic medicine could be learned. This had been a great opportunity to learn in the actual context beyond the textbook. After this symposium, I also had great time to talk with medical students from Nagasaki University. Learning about Japan’s medical education programs and comparing with that of Korea’s was helpful to check my status (what I lacked and what I exceeded) and get inspirations. Also exchanging each others’ opinions on future career was valuable. I’d like to thank Professor Kazuya Ikematsu for inviting me in this symposium which had been a great experience.

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