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International Forum on the Super Aging Challenge


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The aging of societies around the world will continue to proceed rapidly over the next half century. Therefore, we have to provide and share ideas to tackle the dramatic social changes we are facing due to aging populations. To help solve the issue of "super aging," we will invite global experts from industry, academia and government to discuss how to achieve a more active aging society.

概要OVERVIEW

Date
Day1 : Nov.15, 2021(Mon) , Day2 : Nov.16, 2021(Tue)
Schedule

Day1: Nov.15 (Mon)  The 3rd Nikkei Super Active Ageing Society Conference

9:00~18:00 (tentative)

Day2: Nov.16 (Tue)  The 4th Well Aging Society Summit Asia-Japan

9:00~15:00 (tentative)

Venue

Iino Hall
Iino Hall, 4F Iino Building, 2-1-1 Uchisaiwaicho, Chiyoda Ward, Tokyo

Admission Fee

Free

Organized by

Nikkei Inc.

Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry(METI)

Sponsors

Amgen K.K.
Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation
MTG Co.,Ltd.

Supporters

Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW)
Financial Services Agency (FSA)
WHO Regional Office for the Western Pacific (WPRO)
Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU)
Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia(ERIA)

In association with

Health and Global Policy Institute (HGPI)

Media partner

Financial Times

How to attend

You can choose to watch this event remotely or onsite. * Pre-registration required.

Registration due date

To attend remotely by watching the event’s livestreaming: * Application deadline is Nov. 11, 2021 (Thu) .
The URL for the livestreaming will be sent via email by the day before the event 

To attend onsite: * Application deadline is Nov. 1, 2021 (Mon) .
A lottery may be held if applications exceed the venue capacity. The result will be announced in a message to registered email addresses. We will inform those who applied for onsite attendance of the URL for the livestreaming whether they win an onsite ticket or not.

* Due to the situation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, we may decide to hold this event with no audience onsite. In this case, onsite ticket holders can still attend remotely by watching the event’s livestreaming. Please note that we may decide and announce just before the event.  

Language

Simultaneous interpretations in English and Japanese

Inquiry

ifsac@nex.nikkei.co.jp

Steering Committee Members

<Chair> Atsushi Seike President, Promotion and Mutual Aid Corporation for Private Schools of Japan
<Secretary-General>Hiroki Nakatani Visiting Professor, School of Medicine, Keio University

Members(In alphabetical order)

Fumiaki Ikeno  Program Director (U.S) of Japan Biodesign, Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign, Stanford University
John Piggott Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) and Scientia Professor of Economics at the University of New South Wales
Keiko Shimizu President of Sawayaka Well-being Foundation  
Kohei Komamura Professor of Faculty of Economics and Director of the Research Center for Financial Gerontology, Keio University
Linda P. Fried Dean of Columbia's Mailman School of Public Health
Shuichi Nakamura President of Forum for Social Security Policy, Professor of Graduate School of International University of Health and Welfare
Steve Sugino President and Representative Director, Amgen K.K.
Takuma Inamura Director, Healthcare Industry Division, Commerce and Service Industry Policy Group, Ministry of Economy,Trade and Industry
Tan Chorh Chuan Chief Health Scientist, Ministry of Health, Singapore, Former President of the National University of Singapore
Toshio Nakagawa President, Japan Medical Association
Yasuyuki Sahara Senior Assistant Minister for Global Health, MHLW 
Yoshiki Sawa Specially Appointed Professor Division of Health science Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Director of Osaka Police Hospital

プログラム Program

Day1: Nov.15 (Mon) The 3rd Nikkei Super Active Ageing Society Conference  *The program is subject to change without notice.

During the first day we will focus on "Health," "Financial Gerontology/Work-Style" and "Social Participation." Based on the issues newly highlighted by COVID-19 and the changes in the society and environment regarding the elderly, we will deepen the discussion on the issues and future vision of solutions for a super aging society.

Opening Remarks

Keizo Takemi Member of the House of Councillors, Japan, WHO Goodwill Ambassador for Universal Health Coverage

Greeting Speech

Special Keynote Speech

Lynda Gratton Professor of Management Practice, London Business School

Keynote Speech ①

Steve Sugino President and Representative Director, Amgen K.K.

Break

Theme Lecture ① "Health"

Tan Chorh Chuan Chief Health Scientist, Ministry of Health, Singapore, Former President of the National University of Singapore

Panel Session① "Health"

Kayo Takuma Professor of international politics at the Faculty of Law and Politics, Tokyo Metropolitan University
Ryozo Nagai President, Jichi Medical University
Thomas B. Cueni Director General, International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA)


Chiaki Mukai Specially Appointed Vice President, Tokyo University of Science

Keynote Speech ②

Hideaki Akune Professor Emeritus, J. F. Oberlin University

Break

Theme Lecture ② "Financial Gerontology / Work-Style"

John Piggott Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) and Scientia Professor of Economics at the University of New South Wales

Panel Session② "Financial Gerontology / Work-Style"

Koji Ishizaki Executive Officer & General Manager of Frontier Strategy Planning and Support Division, Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation
Sharon K. Parker ARC Laureate Fellow, John Curtin Distinguished Professor at Curtin University
Toshio Taki Executive Officer, Head of Sustainability and CoPA (Chief of Public Affairs), Money Forward, Inc., Head of the Money Forward Fintech Institute

Yumiko Murakami General Partner, MPower Partners

Break

Theme Lecture ③ "Social participation"

Linda P. Fried Dean and DeLamar Professor of Public Health Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health

Panel Session③ "Social participation"

Kunihiko Suzuki Chairman, Medical Corporation Hakujinkai, Director, Shimuraomiya Hospital
Yasuko Hattori Headteacher, Yokufukai Care School, Social Welfare Foundation Yokufukai
And others

Ryoji Noritake CEO, Board Member, Health and Global Policy Institute

Break

Day1/Nikkei Super Active Ageing Society Conference, Summary Session

Atsushi Seike President, Promotion and Mutual Aid Corporation for Private Schools of Japan
Fumiaki Ikeno Program Director (U.S) of Japan Biodesign, Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign, Stanford University
Keiko Shimizu President of Sawayaka Well-being Foundation
Kiyoshi Kurokawa Professor Emeritus, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies, the University of Tokyo
Kohei Komamura Professor of Faculty of Economics and Director of Research Center for Financial Gerontology, Keio University
Shuichi Nakamura President of Forum for Social Security Policy, Professor of Graduate School of International University of Health and Welfare
Takeshi Kasai WHO Regional Director for Western Pacific
Yoshiki Sawa Specially Appointed Professor Division of Health science Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Director of Osaka Police Hospital

Day2: Nov.16 (Tue) The 4th Well Aging Society Summit Asia-Japan  *The program is subject to change without notice.

The second day, Well Aging Society Summit Asia-Japan, has started every year since 2018 and will be held for the fourth time this year. The purpose of this event is to accelerate innovation through international information collaboration related to aging and healthcare.

Opening remarks /Guest Greeting /Keynote Speech Opening of the second day of the conference of 「 International Forum on the Super Aging Challenge」(tentative)

Toshio Nakagawa President, Japan Medical Association

Panel Session ① "The Future of Health Promotion Embodied by Digital Technology" (tentative)

Panel Session ② "The potential of health investment as ESG" (tentative)

Panel Session ③ "The Spread of Health Care in India" (tentative)

Panel Session ④ "Dementia~Risk Reduction & Social Implementation~" (tentative)

Hidenori Arai President, National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology
Satoshi Kasai Executive Officer, CEO of Nursing Care & Seniors Business, Sompo Holdings, Inc
Tokihiko Hayashi Mayor of Tamba City, Hyogo Prefecture

Takeshi Iwatsubo Professor, Neuropathology, The University of Tokyo

Closing Session

Hiroki Nakatani Visiting Professor, School of Medicine, Keio University
TBA /Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
Michael Hodin  CEO,Global Coalition on Aging

Takuma Inamura Director, Healthcare Industry Division, Commerce and Service Industry Policy Group, Ministry of Economy,Trade and Industry

Closing Remarks

Closing of「International Forum on the Super Aging Challenge」

登壇者 Speaker

Day1: Nov.15 (Mon)

Atsushi Seike

President, Promotion and Mutual Aid Corporation for Private Schools of Japan

Professor Atsushi Seike is President of the Promotion and Mutual Aid Corporation for Private Schools of Japan. After serving two consecutive terms as the President of Keio University, he took up the role of Executive Advisor for Academic Affairs in May 2017. He received his Ph.D. in Labor Economics from Keio University and became Associate Professor at Keio’s Faculty of Business and Commerce in 1985, Professor in 1992, Dean from 2007-2009, and President from 2009-2017. He was a Visiting Scholar at the Department of Economics, University of California, Los Angeles, a consultant at the RAND Corporation, and an Edwin O. Reischauer Visiting Professor of Japanese Studies at Harvard University.
His roles in government committees include Chairman of the Council for the Promotion of Social Security System Reform and Honorary President of the Economic and Social Research Institute, Cabinet Office. He is also serving as President of Japan National Council of Social Welfare. He was the President of the Japan Society of Human Resource Management and the President of the Japan Association of Private Universities and Colleges. He has also served as a member of the Global University Leaders Forum (GULF) and Global Agenda Council on Ageing, both at the World Economic Forum and a member of the ILO Global Commission on the Future of Work.
He was awarded Honorary Doctorates from École Centrale de Nantes in 2012 and Yonsei University in 2015 and the title of Chevalier of the Ordre National de la Légion d'Honneur of France in 2016.
A labor economist, he has authored many articles and books and received numerous academic prizes for his publications, including the 48th Nikkei Prize for Excellent Books in Economic Science in 2005.

Chiaki Mukai

Specially Appointed Vice President, Tokyo University of Science

Chiaki Mukai graduated from Keio University’s School of Medicine in 1977 and received her doctor's license in the same year. She worked as a medical staff member of the Department of Surgery, Keio University School of Medicine, where she engaged in medical examinations at the hospital. She received her Doctorate from Keio University in 1988. In 1985, she was selected to be an astronaut by the National Space Development Agency of Japan (currently Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency, JAXA) as a Payload Specialist. She flew in space in 1994 and in 1998 as Asia's first female astronaut, conducting experiments in life sciences and space medicine under microgravity. From 2005 to 2007, she was a professor at the International Space University, where she provided education aimed at contributing to space medicine research and health management on the International Space Station. From 2007 to 2015, she worked to promote space medicine research as Director of the JAXA Space Biomedical Research Office and Director of the JAXA Center for Applied Space Medicine and Human Research. Dr. Mukai became Vice President of the Tokyo University of Science in April 2015, and since April 2016, has been the Specially Appointed Vice President of the same university.

Fumiaki Ikeno

Program Director (U.S) of Japan Biodesign, Stanford Byers Center for Biodesign, Stanford University

A graduate of Jichi Medical University, he began his research career at the Department of Cardiology, Stanford University, in 2001, where he was involved in research and development, animal testing, and clinical trials for a U.S. medical device venture. He has extensive advisory experience in the medical device field and is familiar with the medical situation in Japan and the United States. He has also participated in projects involving Japanese and U.S. regulatory authorities in medical devices and is working to establish a cross-border medical device ecosystem.

In addition to his research, he has been teaching at Stanford University since 2002 as a Stanford Biodesign Advisory Faculty member, where he is training entrepreneurs in the medical device field. He is also deeply involved in the establishment of the Japanese version of Biodesign. He is actively working to establish a Silicon Valley-style medical device ecosystem in Japan.

Hideaki Akune

Professor Emeritus, J. F. Oberlin University

Born in Makurazaki City, Kagoshima prefecture in 1950, Professor Akune graduated from the Department of Martial Arts, Faculty of Sport Science, Nippon Sport Science University in 1973. He has served as Professor of Health Psychology, Human Sciences (Graduate School) at J. F. Oberlin University, Director of the Sports and Health Science Center at J. F. Oberlin University, dean of students at J. F. Oberlin University and Oberlin Junior College, and director and vice chairperson of the Japan ECCO Walkathon Association.

He has focused on the relationship between the shape and function of the sole of the foot with athletic ability and health conditions, and has studied foot and health, physical disorders, sports performance, sports injuries, falls among elderly people, and footwear and health for 40 years.

His major books include Foot Power (2004) published by Ski Journal and Children's Feet are Now in Danger (1988) published by Shufunotomo. He actively appears on television and in magazines as an authority on "foot health science".

John Piggott

Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) and Scientia Professor of Economics at the University of New South Wales

John Piggott is Director of the ARC Centre of Excellence in Population Ageing Research (CEPAR) at the University of New South Wales, Australia, where he is Scientia Professor of Economics.
Dr Piggott has published widely in retirement and pension economics and finance, and in public economics more generally. He currently serves as book review editor of the Journal of Pension Economics and Finance, and as an Associate Editor of the Journal of the Economics of Aging.
His Australian policy experience includes membership of both the Henry Tax Review Panel and the Ministerial Superannuation Advisory Committee, as well as interactions of many kinds with a range of Government Departments and National Inquiries.
Internationally, he worked for nearly a decade with the Japanese Government on the economic implications of an ageing population. He has undertaken consultancies and contract research for several foreign governments and international organisations on ageing and retirement issues, including Russia and Indonesia, the OECD, the World Bank, the Asian Development Bank, and UNESCAP. In 2007 he was appointed Visiting Professor, Zhejiang University, China, and from 2008-2010 was Visiting Scholar with the Department of Insurance and Risk Management, Wharton School of Business, University of Pennsylvania.
In 2018, he was awarded a Rockefeller Residency to undertake research into ageing and inequality in Asia, and in the same year was appointed co-chair of the G20 Population Ageing Taskforce. In 2019, he was nominated to the Steering Committee for Nikkei-Financial Times International Conference on Super Active Ageing Society.

Kayo Takuma

Professor of international politics at the Faculty of Law and Politics, Tokyo Metropolitan University

Kayo Takuma is a professor of international politics at the Faculty of Law and Politics, Tokyo Metropolitan University. Her research interest is global health governance's origin, evolution, and challenges, with a focus on its relationship with the changing international political order. Her major publications are Kayo Takuma, 'Global Solidarity is Necessary to End the COVID-19 Pandemic', Asia Pacific Review, 27-2 (2020) , pp.46-56; Kayo Takuma, 'Japan-Taiwan Cooperation for Facilitating Future Public Health Preparedness', in Pamela Kennedy and Yuki Tatsumi ( eds.,), Japan-Taiwan Relations: Opportunities and Challenges, Stimson Center 2021.

Keiko Shimizu

President of Sawayaka Well-being Foundation

After graduating from Gakushuin University, Ms. Shimizu joined Mitsubishi Bank, working at a branch office and the International Planning Department. After that, she worked in financial marketing and planning departments at home and abroad as Assistant Vice President at Citibank, N.A. Private Banking Group. In 1991, she went independent as a freelance consultant specializing in new styles of working and living. She has also participated since its founding in the Sawayaka Welfare Promotion Center (now Sawayaka Well-being Foundation) and has held her current position since 2014. Now Ms. Shimizu is focusing on proposing a new social system in Japan’s super-ageing society and creating local communities where everyone can shine brilliantly.

Keizo Takemi

Member of the House of Councillors, Japan
Deputy Chairperson of General Council, LDP
Chairperson of Special Committee on Global Health Strategy of LDP
Acting Chairperson of Headquarters for Novel Coronavirus of LDP
Acting Chairperson of Project Team for COVID-19 Vaccines of LDP
Chairperson of Subcommittee on Governance for Infectious Diseases of LDP
WHO Goodwill Ambassador for Universal Health Coverage
Senior Fellow, Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE)
Visiting Professor at Nagasaki University

Keizo Takemi is a Liberal Democratic Party (LDP) Member of the House of Councillors. Mr. Takemi has been involved in various global initiatives including the Commission on Information and Accountability for Women’s and Children’s Health, Global Health Workforce Alliance (GHWA), WHO expert working group on R&D Financing, and the international organizing committee of the Prince Mahidol Award Conference (PMAC). He has also been serving as the chair of the parliamentary caucus on Stop TB Partnership and the Asian Forum of Parliamentarians on Population and Development (AFPPD). In 2016, he was appointed to the UN High Level Commission on Health Employment and Economic Growth, and in 2018, to the UHC Financing Advisory Committee for the G20 2019. He has served as Senior Vice Minister for Health, Labour and Welfare, and State Secretary for Foreign Affairs, where he led the initiative to establish the UN Trust Fund for Human Security. Within the LDP, he is Chairperson of the Special Committee on Global Health Strategy of the LDP Policy Research Council, Acting Chairperson of Headquarters for Novel Coronavirus, Acting Chairperson of Project Team for COVID-19 Vaccines and Chairperson of Subcommittee on Governance for Infectious Diseases. In recognition of his contributions to the field over the past decade, he was appointed WHO Goodwill Ambassador for Universal Health Coverage (UHC) in July 2019. He has been a senior fellow with the Japan Center for International Exchange (JCIE), since 2007, where is the chair of the Executive Committee of the Global Health and Human Security Program. Professor Takemi is a visiting professor at a number of universities around Japan, and is the co-author of Global Action for Health System Strengthening: Policy Recommendations to the G8 (2009), and has contributed numerous articles in English and Japanese to journals such as The Lancet, Asia-Pacific Review, and Gaiko [Diplomacy].

Kiyoshi Kurokawa 

Professor Emeritus, National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies and the University of Tokyo
Distinguished Professor of Tokai University
Chairman, Health and Global Policy Institute
Vice Chair of the World Dementia Council

A graduate of the University of Tokyo School of Medicine, professor of medicine at UCLA (1979-84), University of Tokyo (89-96), Dean Tokai University Medical School (96-02); President of the Science Council of Japan (2003-06); Science Advisor to the Prime Minister of Japan (06-08); He served as an executive member of many national and international professional societies of his disciplines; Commissioner of WHO (05-08), Institute of Medicine of National Academies of Sciences of USA, Master of American College of Physicians and Founding Governor of ACP Japan Chapter; served as Board members of Alexandria Library (Egypt), A*STAR (Singapore), Khalifa University (UAE), OIST (Okinawa), Advisory Board to the Prime Minister of Malaysia, Chair and Representative Director, and Global Health Innovative Technology Fund. He is a Board Advisor of UCLA Terasaki Center for Japanese Studies, Board of Director of Japan Society of Boston, Honorary Director of Seikei Gakuen, Vice Chair of the World Dementia Council which established by the G8 (now G7) at the London Dementia Summit in 2013, and Chair of the AI Advisory Board for COVID-19 appointed by Minister Nishimura in July 2020.
He was Chair of Fukushima Nuclear Accident Independent Investigation Commission by the National Diet of Japan (NAIIC) (11-12) and received "2012 Scientific Freedom and Responsibility Award" of AAAS and "100 Top Global Thinkers 2012" of 'Foreign Policy' for his leadership in NAIIC.
His website: https://kiyoshikurokawa.com/en/

Kohei Komamura

Professor of Faculty of Economics and Director of Research Center for Financial Gerontology, Keio University

Education:
Keio University Graduate School(Apr.1990-Mar.1995)
PhD.
Doctor of Philosophy in Economics

Work Experience:
Research Fellow for The Social Development Research Institute (Apr.1993-Nov.1996)
Research Fellow for National Institute of Population and Social Security Research
(Dec.1996-Mar.1997)
Associate Professor for Surugadai University (Apr.1997-Mar.2000)
Associate Professor for Toyo University (Apr.2000-Mar.2005)
Professor for Toyo University (Apr.2005- Mar.2007)
The adviser for the Secretariat of the House of Councilors (Spt.2003-Mar.2006)
Professor for Keio University (Apr.2007- present)
Adviser to the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (Oct, 2009-present)

Koji Ishizaki

Executive Officer & General Manager of Frontier Strategy Planning and Support Division, Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking Corporation

March 1988 Graduated from the Faculty of Economics at Keio University (majoring in social welfare)
April 1988 Joined Mitsubishi Trust and Banking Corporation
June 2009 Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking, Deputy General Manager of Pensions Trust Division
November 2010 Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking, Deputy General Manager of Retail Banking Business Planning and Development Division
June 2014 Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking, General Manager of Corporate Agency Division
June 2015 Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking, Executive Officer & General Manager of Corporate Supervisory Division with Executive Role
June 2017 Mitsubishi UFJ Trust and Banking, Executive Officer & General Manager of Frontier Strategy Planning and Support Division

After graduating from the Faculty of Economics at Keio University in 1988 (majoring in social welfare), Ishizaki joined Mitsubishi Trust and Banking Corporation and has since been widely engaged in the trust business such as with corporate agency business, pensions, inheritance, real estate, etc. Currently, he is the general manager of the Frontier Strategy Planning and Support Division, which oversees new businesses in elderly nursing homes, nursery schools, and renewable energy. Also serving as a member of the Tokyo Metropolitan Study Group for Elderly Care Services, senior researcher at the Research Center for Financial Gerontology, and director at the Japan Alternative Data Accelerator Association, Ishizaki is a banker who confronts economic and social issues.

Kunihiko Suzuki

Chairman, Medical Corporation Hakujinkai
Director, Shimuraomiya Hospital

Kunihiko Suzuki graduated from Akita University Faculty of Medicine in 1980. He worked at Sendai City Hospital, Tohoku University Third Department of Internal Medicine, and National Mito Hospital before serving as the director of Shimura Omiya Hospital in 1996 and as chief director of the medical corporation Hakujinkai in 1998. He is a Doctor of Medicine, Japanese Society of Internal Medicine certified doctor, and Japanese Society of Gastroenterology medical specialist. Since 2009, he has been the vice chairman of the Japanese Association of Medical Care Corporations. From 2009 to 2015, he was a member of the Central Social Insurance Medical Council, and from 2010 to 2018, he served as an executive board member of the Japan Medical Association, in charge of medical insurance, long-term care insurance, welfare (including dementia), community medical care, pharmaceuticals, hospitals, and bedded clinics. From 2014 to 2018, he was a member of the Long-term Care Benefits Subcommittee of the Social Security Council, and since December 2019, he has been the secretary general of the Japan Society of Community Based Integrated Care. Kunihiko Suzuki has also served as chairman of the Ibaraki Medical Association since June 2020.

Linda P. Fried

Dean and DeLamar Professor of Public Health
Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health

2008-Present Mailman School of Public Health, Columbia University, Dean and DeLamar Professor of Public Health; Professor of Epidemiology
2008-Present College of Physicians and Surgeons, Columbia University, Professor of Medicine
2008-Present Columbia University Irving Medical Center, Senior Vice President
2019-present Robert N. Butler Columbia Aging Center, Director
1997-2008 The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Professor
2004-2008 Johns Hopkins School of Nursing, Joint Appointment, Professor
2004 -2008 Welch Center for Prevention, Epidemiology and Clinical Research, Johns Hopkins University, Senior Associate Faculty
2003-2008 Department of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Mason F. Lord Professor of Geriatric Medicine
2003-2008 Division of Geriatric Medicine and Gerontology, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Director
1999-2008 Center on Aging and Health, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Founding Director
1992-2008 Department of Health Policy and Management, Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health, Joint Appointment
1986-2008 Division of Geriatrics, Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Joint Appointment
1985- 2008 Department of Epidemiology, Johns Hopkins University School of Hygiene and Public Health, Joint Appointment
1986-2004 Welch Center for Prevention, Epidemiology and Clinical Research, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Core Faculty, Founding Member
1992-1997 Department of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Associate Professor
1988-1992 Department of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Assistant Professor
1985-1987 Department of Medicine, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Instructor
1984-1986 Preventive Cardiology Center, The Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, Faculty Physician

Lynda Gratton

Professor of Management Practice, London Business School

Lynda is a Professor of Management Practice at the London Business School and founder of the research advisory group HSM Advisory. She is an award-winning author on the future of work and the role of corporations. Her ten books have sold over a million copies and have been translated into more than 20 languages. Her latest book, co-authored with Andrew J. Scott, is ‘The New Long Life – a framework for flourishing in a changing world’. Global recognition of her work includes the Indian Tata prize, the Australian AHRI prize, and the US Fellow of NAHR, and she has also received the LBS Best Teacher Award. Lynda served on former Prime Minister Abe’s “Council for Designing 100-Year Life Society”, is a member of the Council of the World Economic Forum, has chaired the WEF Council on Leadership and is currently co-chair of the WEF Global Future Council on Work, Wages and Job Creation, as well as a member of the international advisory board of Equinor.

Ryoji Noritake

CEO, Board Member, Health and Global Policy Institute

Mr. Ryoji Noritake is the CEO, Board Member of Health and Global Policy Institute (HGPI), a Tokyo-based independent and non-profit health policy think tank established in 2004. He is a graduate of Keio University’s Faculty of Policy Management, holds a MSc in Medical Anthropology from the University of Amsterdam, the Netherlands. He served as a Visiting Scholar at the National Graduate Institute for Policy Studies (2016-2020) and a member of Tokyo Metropolitan Government’s Policy Discussion Roundtable for Super Ageing Society (2018). He is currently serving as a member of Salzburg Global Seminar’s Advisory Council and various health related committees in Japan and the world.

Ryozo Nagai

President, Jichi Medical University

1974 M.D. Faculty of Medicine, The University of Tokyo
1982 Ph.D. (Dr. of Medical Science), The University of Tokyo
1974 Residency at Internal Medicine, The University of Tokyo Hospital
1983-1987 Visiting Assistant Professor, Department of Physiology & Biophysics, University of Vermont
1988-1991 Lecturer, Department of Laboratory Medicine, The University of Tokyo
1991-1993 Lecturer, 3rd Department of Internal Medicine, The University of Tokyo
1993-1995 Associate Professor, 3rd Department of Internal Medicine, The University of Tokyo
1995-1999 Professor and Chairman, 2nd Department of Internal Medicine, University of Gunma
1999-2012 Professor and Chairman, Department of Cardiovascular Medicine,The University of Tokyo
2003-2007 President, The University of Tokyo Hospital
2009-2012  Director, Translational Research Organization, The University of Tokyo
2012-present President, Jichi Medical University
2019-present The Supervisor of the Imperial Household, The Imperial Household Agency

Awards
2009 Purple Ribbon Award (the Japanese Government)
2012 Gold Medal, European Society of Cardiology

Sharon K. Parker

ARC Laureate Fellow, John Curtin Distinguished Professor at Curtin University

ARC Laureate Fellow Sharon K. Parker is a John Curtin Distinguished Professor at Curtin University, Director of the Centre for Transformative Work Design at Curtin University, a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Social Sciences and a Fellow of the Society for Industrial and Organisational Psychology. She is a recipient of the Kathleen Fitzpatrick Award, the Academy of Management OB Division Mentoring Award and, in November of 2019, Sharon was named among the world’s most influential scientists and social scientists in the Web of Science Group’s 2019 list of 2019 Highly Cited Researchers, and the only female in Australia appearing on this list in the field of Economics and Business. She has published more than 150 internationally refereed articles, including publications in top tier journals such as the Journal of Applied Psychology, Academy of Management Journal, Academy of Management Review, and the Annual Review of Psychology, on topics including work design, proactive behaviour, and job performance. She a past Associate Editor for Academy of Management Annals and has previously served on numerous editorial boards. Sharon has attracted competitive research funding worth over $40,000,000, and has worked with a wide range of public and private organizations.

Shuichi Nakamura

President of Forum for Social Security Policy
Professor of Graduate School of International University of Health and Welfare

2010 – 2014, Director-General, Office for Social Security Reform, Cabinet Secretariat
2008 – 2010, President, Health Insurance Claims Review & Reimbursement Services
2005 – 2008, Director-General of Social Welfare and War Victims’ Relief Bureau, Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare (MHLW)
2002 – 2005, Director-General of Elderly Care Bureau, MHLW
1973 – Ministry of Health and Welfare (1981-1984, posted to social attaché in Sweden, 1987-1989 Director, Hokkaido Prefecture)
January 2012, Launched the Forum for Social Security Policy
April 2012 – Lectured on social security policy at the International University of Health and Welfare

Steve Sugino

President and Representative Director, Amgen K.K.

Steve joined Amgen in April 2017 as Vice President and General Manager of Amgen Astellas BioPharma. In June of the same year, he became President and Representative Director of Amgen Astellas BioPharma. He assumed his current post in April 2020.
Prior to joining the company, he was responsible for general management, sales and marketing, clinical development, business development and alliance management for 25 years at a Japanese and U.S. pharmaceutical company.
Fourth generation Japanese-American. He graduated with a degree in Asian Studies from the University of California, Santa Barbara and joined the Bank of Tokyo, Japan. He subsequently joined the investment banking division of Credit Suisse First Boston Bank in Tokyo and New York. He was appointed to the Head of the diabetes business at Sanofi Japan, the Head of global clinical research of CNS drugs at Eli Lilly based in the U.S., and the Vice President of the diabetes business in the U.S., and then to the Head of Asia-Pacific at Biogen in 2015. At the same time, he served as President and Representative Director of the company's Japanese subsidiary.

Tan Chorh Chuan

Chief Health Scientist, Ministry of Health, Singapore
Former President of the National University of Singapore

Professor Tan Chorh Chuan was appointed as the inaugural Chief Health Scientist and concurrently, Executive Director of the new Office for Healthcare Transformation in Singapore’s Ministry of Health since 1 January 2018. He is also the Chairman of the Human Health and Potential Executive Committee which oversees Singapore's health and biomedical sciences research initiative. Prof Tan was President of the National University of Singapore from 2008 to 2017, and Provost of NUS from 2004-2008. He has served in senior leadership roles in the heathcare and biomedical sciences sectors including as Chairman of the National University Health System from 2011-18, Deputy Chairman of the Agency for Science Technology and Research (ASTAR) from 2004 to 2018 and Dean of the NUS School of Medicine from 1997-2000. He was Director of Medical Services in the Ministry of Health from 2000-2004, in which capacity he led the public health response to the 2003 SARS epidemic. He is a member of the Boards and Advisory Boards of several international organisations. A renal physician-scientist, Prof Tan obtained his medical training at NUS, and research training at the Institute of Molecular Medicine, University of Oxford. He is the first Singaporean to be elected as an international member of the US National Academy of Medicine.

Thomas B. Cueni

Director General, International Federation of Pharmaceutical Manufacturers and Associations (IFPMA)

Thomas B. Cueni is Director General of IFPMA, the global association of pharmaceutical research companies, based in Geneva and is Secretary of the global Biopharmaceutical CEO Roundtable (BCR). In this capacity, Thomas Cueni was instrumental in creating the AMR Action Fund. A ground-breaking partnership, launched in 2020, that has raised nearly $1 billion to bring 2-4 new antibiotics to patients by 2030. These treatments are urgently needed to address the rapid rise of antibiotic-resistant infections – also called antimicrobial resistance, or AMR.

Thomas Cueni represents the innovative biopharmaceutical industry on the ACT Accelerator, the Access to COVID-19 Tools (ACT) Accelerator, a unique global collaboration to accelerate development, production, and equitable access to COVID-19 tests, treatments, and vaccines.

Thomas Cueni is Chair of the Business at OECD Health Committee, and also serves on the Board of Directors of the City Cancer Challenge (CCan), an initiative aiming to improve cancer care in major cities in low- and middle-income countries. Cueni also serves as Industry Co-Chair of the APEC Biopharmaceutical Working Group on Ethics. Furthermore, he is Chair of the Board of the cross-sectoral AMR Industry Alliance, a group committed to tackling the threat of antimicrobial resistance, which includes more than 100 companies and associations representing Rx pharma, generics, biotech, and diagnostics.

Prior to joining IFPMA he was Secretary General of Interpharma, the association of pharmaceutical research companies in Switzerland, and for many years was a member of the Board and Chair of a key committee of the European Federation of Pharmaceutical Industries and Associations.

Prior to his appointment with Interpharma, Thomas Cueni had a career as a journalist, inter alia as London correspondent for the “Basler Zeitung” and “Der Bund”, and he served as a Swiss career diplomat with postings in Paris (OECD) and Vienna (IAEA, UNIDO). He studied at the University of Basle, the London School of Economics, and the Geneva Graduate Institute for International Studies, and has Master degrees in economics (University of Basel) and politics (London School of Economics, LSE).

Toshio Taki

Executive Officer, Head of Sustainability and CoPA (Chief of Public Affairs), Money Forward, Inc.
Head of the Money Forward Fintech Institute

After graduating from the Keio University Faculty of Economics in 2004, Toshio Taki joined Nomura Securities Co., Ltd. At the Nomura Institute of Capital Markets Research, he engaged in research on household behavior, the pension system, and financial institution business models among other themes. After receiving his MBA from Stanford University and working in the planning division of Nomura Holdings, Inc., he joined in the launch of Money Forward, Inc., in 2012. He is also an expert committee member on Digital Working Group of Council for Promotion of Regulatory Reform (Cabinet Office), a Representative Director of the Japan Association for Financial APIs, a Director of the MyDataJapan, an adviser of Fintech Association of Japan, a Technical Committee member on Security of The Center for Financial Industry Information Systems, a member of the Dementia Innovation Alliance Public and Private Sector Working Group (Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry), etc.

Yasuko Hattori

Headteacher, Yokufukai Care School, Social Welfare Foundation Yokufukai

"Living in the community" and "embodying normalization." Aiming to achieve these two subjects, ahead of the systems, Yasuko Hattori has been involved in the practice of welfare in the community for children with disabilities for 11 years. After that, she has been involved in the welfare of the elderly for over 30 years.

Yasuko Hattori currently serves as the principal of the "Yokufukai Care School" at the headquarters of the social welfare corporation Yokufukai in Takaido, Suginami City. Prior to this, she worked as the general manager of establishment, general manager of the corporate senior citizens department, and the deputy facility director (concurrently) of special nursing homes for the elderly and long-term care health facilities, and was a member of the inaugural class of the Japan College of Social Work Graduate School of Professionals. She is also a part-time lecturer of medical and human sciences classes at Nihon University School of Dentistry. Yasuko Hattori is a certified social worker, mental health social worker, advanced social worker, long-term care support specialist, third-party evaluation committee member, long-term care certification committee member, member of the "Study Group on Care Worker Career Development" and "Study Group on the Career Development of Middle Managers at Long-Term Care Establishments" (Ministry of Health, Labor and Welfare), evaluation committee member for conducting practical education at the Japan College of Social Work Graduate School of Professionals, etc.

On the ground, Yasuko Hattori has been quick to meet needs that arise one after another such as the improvement of the QOL of dementia care, support for families of those receiving dementia care, crisis intervention in the case of abuse, re-integration into society of alcoholics through mutual assistance with neighbors, intergenerational exchanges, support activities for the Great East Japan Earthquake, purpose-of-life education for the elderly, end-of-life care with dignity, the creation of a place of belonging in the community, advisor for facility reform, human resource development, education, etc. Her motto is "respect for individual dignity."

At the care school where she serves as the principal, practical course content is offered with the aim of "dignified care" under the principle of "collaboration with the community and social contribution."

Yoshiki Sawa

Specially Appointed Professor Division of Health science Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Director of Osaka Police Hospital

Born in Osaka, Japan on July 3 in 1955
1980 Graduated from Osaka University Medical School, gained MD
1981~1985 Internship in general, thoracic and cardiovascular surgery
1987 Gained PhD
1989~1991 Research and clinical fellow at Max-Planck Institute in Germany supported by Humboldt Scholarship
1992 Assistant Professor, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Osaka University Medical School
1998 Associate Professor, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery, Osaka University Medical School
2002 Associate Professor, Medical Center for Translational Research in Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine
2004 Chief surgeon, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery
2006 Professor and Chief, Department of Cardiovascular Surgery
Director, Medical Center for Translational Research in Osaka University Hospital (~Mar. 2010)
2010 Director, Center for Medical, Engineering and Information in Osaka University (~Mar. 2015)
2013 Vice Dean, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine (~Mar. 2015)
Director, Center for Global Health in Osaka University Hospital (~Mar. 2015)
2014 Adviser, CiRA(center for iPS cell Research and Application) Kyoto University
2015 Dean, Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine (~Mar. 2017)
President, Japanese Society of Regenerative Medicine (~Present)
2016 Congress Chairman, Japanese Surgical Society  (~Present) 
2021 Specially Appointed Professor Division of Health science Osaka University Graduate School of Medicine, Director of Osaka Police Hospital

Yumiko Murakami

General Partner, MPower Partners

Yumiko is the former head of the OECD Tokyo Centre, and she also spent 20 years working for Goldman Sachs and Credit Suisse. She is a leading authority on corporate governance, tax guidelines, gender diversity, education, trade and innovation issues. Yumiko has an MBA from Harvard Business School, MA from Stanford University and BA from Sophia University.

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Hidenori Arai

President, National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology

Hidenori Arai (MD., PhD) is the President of the National Center for Geriatrics and Gerontology (NCGG), Japan since 2019. He is also the President of the Japan Gerontological Society, the Vice President of the Japan Geriatrics Society, the President of the Japanese Association on Sarcopenia and Frailty and the Vice President of the Japan Atherosclerosis Society. Additionally, he is the President of Asian Academy of Medicine for Ageing, and the Vice President of Asian Association of Frailty and Sarcopenia. He is a member of the Science Council of Japan since Oct. 2020.
After graduation from Kyoto University School of Medicine in 1984 and from Kyoto University Graduate School of Medicine in 1991, Dr. Arai spent most of his career in the Department of Geriatric Medicine, Kyoto University. Then he became Professor of the Department of Human Health Science, Kyoto University School of Medicine in 2009 and since then he has been working on frailty and sarcopenia. After the work in the Department of Human Health Science, Kyoto University School of Medicine, he moved to NCGG as the Deputy Director in 2015. He then became the Director of NCGG in 2018 and the President of NCGG in 2019. He is the co-chair of the Asian Working Group for Sarcopenia and his primary research focus is frailty and sarcopenia.

Satoshi Kasai

Executive Officer, CEO of Nursing Care & Seniors Business, Sompo Holdings, Inc

April 1, 1985 Joined Yasuda Fire & Marine Insurance Co., Ltd.
October 1, 2009 Director, General Manager of Corporate Planning Dep., Compliance Dep. and General Affairs and Accounting Dep., Sompo Japan DC Securities Inc.
April 1, 2010 Director, General Manager of Corporate Planning Dep., Compliance Dep., General
Affairs and Accounting Dep. and Information System Dep., Sompo Japan DC Securities Inc.
June 29, 2010 Senior Director, General Manager of Corporate Planning Dep., Compliance Dep.,
General Affairs and Accounting Dep. and Information System Dep., Sompo Japan DC Securities Inc.
October 1, 2010 Senior Director, General Manager of Corporate Planning Dep., Compliance Dep.
and Information System Dep., Sompo Japan DC Securities Inc.
April 1, 2012 General Manager of Secretarial Department, Sompo Japan Insurance Inc.
July 1, 2014 General Manager of Human Resource and General Affairs Dep., Sompo Holdings,Inc.
April 1, 2015 Executive Officer, General Manager of Human Resource Dep., Sompo Holdings, Inc.
Executive Officer, General Manager of Human Resource Dep., Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Inc.
April 1, 2017 Group Chief Human Resource Officer, Managing Executive Officer, Sompo Holdings, Inc.
Managing Executive Officer, Sompo Japan Nipponkoa Insurance Inc.
January 1, 2019 Advisor, Sompo Care Inc.
April 1, 2019 Nursing Care & Healthcare Business Owner, Executive Officer, Sompo Holdings, Inc.
Representative Director, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, Sompo Care Inc. (present)
June 24, 2019 CEO of Nursing Care & Healthcare Business, Executive Officer, Sompo Holdings, Inc.
April 1, 2021 CEO of Nursing Care & Seniors Business , Executive Officer, Sompo Holdings, Inc (present)

Hiroki Nakatani 

Visiting Professor, School of Medicine, Keio University

In the past four years, Dr. Hiroki Nakatani has held academic positions in Japan as visiting Professor at School of Medicine of Keio University and Invited Professor at Osaka University Post Graduate School of Medicine. He also serves in various national and international organizations as Chair, Board of Directors, Global Health Innovative Technology Fund (GHIT Fund); Senior-Advisor, Economic Research Institute for ASEAN and East Asia(ERIA); Director, Hub on Population Ageing, Association of Pacific Rim Universities (APRU); Member, Board of Directors, National Center for Global Health and Medicine; and Director, Human Resource Strategy Center for Global Health. He is a veteran public health specialist for over 40 years, who started his career at the Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare in Japan. He worked extensively in the area of health policy, public health, international health, and health science and technology. His national career includes serving as Director-General of Health and Welfare Services in Hiroshima Prefecture, where he was in charge of integration of health and welfare services in preparation for the arrival of a rapidly ageing society. With regards to international career, he served the WHO Headquarters twice. From April 1988 to March 1993, he was Policy Analysist in the Department of Human Resource for Health. From March 2007 to May 2015, he served as Assistant Director-General of WHO, leading the largest technical cluster of HIV/AIDS, Tuberculosis, Malaria and Neglected Tropical Diseases. During his tenure, the morbidity and mortality of these three major infections showed trends of decline, and a few tropical diseases were on track towards elimination and even eradication (dracunculiasis or guinea worm disease). Dr. Nakatani received his MD from Keio University School of Medicine, MHPEd from the University of New South Wales, and PhD from Keio University.

Takeshi Iwatsubo

Professor, Neuropathology, The University of Tokyo

2020- Director, Institute of Neurosciences, National Center for Neurology and Psychiatry
2007- Professor and Chair, Department of Neuropathology, Graduate School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo
Principal Investigator of Japanese Alzheimer’s Disease Neuroimaging Initiative
1998-2007 Professor, Department of Neuropathology and Neuroscience, Graduate School of Pharmaceutical Sciences, The University of Tokyo
1989-1992 Research Fellow, Department of Neuropathology, Institute for Brain Research, Faculty of Medicine, The University of Tokyo
1985-1989 Senior Resident in Neurology, Department of Neurology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tokyo
-1984 School of Medicine, The University of Tokyo

Awards
MetLife Foundation 2008 Award for Medical Research
Alzheimer’s Association Henry Wisniewski Lifetime Achievement Award 2010
2012 Potamkin Prize for Research in Pick’s, Alzheimer’s disease and related diseases

Takuma Inamura

Director, Healthcare Industry Division, Commerce and Service Industry Policy Group, Ministry of Economy,Trade and Industry

Inamura Takuma is Director of the Healthcare Industries Division at METI (Ministry of Economy Trade and Industry) of Japan.
He joined METI in 1998 and has mostly worked on policy making in areas such as energy, international trade and manufacturing industries. Before taking up his current position, he was the director in charge of a drastic revision of the Japanese legislation on the electricity supply business in order to enable the cost effective deployment of renewable energy and sustainable investment in the power grid system. He also has government-wide experience through his secondment to other Japanese ministries including the Ministry of Foreign Affairs (an Economy Counselor at the Permanent Delegation of Japan to the OECD) and Ministry of Finance (a Deputy Director in charge of budget for port and airport construction public works).
He holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Law from the University of Tokyo and a Master’s Degree from the Fletcher School of Law and Diplomacy, Tufts University.

Tokihiko Hayashi

Mayor of Tamba City, Hyogo Prefecture

Mr.Tokihiko Hayashi (Mayor of Tamba City) had a motivation to pursue a career in politics. He was once impressed by a lecture given by a citizens' group, "Association to Protect Pediatrics at Hyogo Prefectual Tamba Medical Center," about their activities to protect local medical care. At the time, Hyogo Prefectual Tamba Medical Center, the core hospital in the Tamba region was facing a serious shortage of doctors. He was impressed by the message that the burden on doctors could be reduced by creating a political system and educational activities so that family doctors would be in charge of patients with non-urgent and slightly-injured patient, and that this would help protect local medical care. He decided to be a politician after listening to that lecture. Currently, he is working hard for the development of regional healthcare in his position as mayor of Tamba City.
July 1993 President Hayashi Construction
December 2008 Tamba city council member
December 2018 Tamba city council chairman
December 2020 Mayor of Tamba

Toshio Nakagawa

President, Japan Medical Association

Professional Experience:
June 2020-Present  President, Japan Medical Association
Jan. 2017-Present  President, Shinsapporo Neurosurgical Hospital
Apr. 2010-Jun. 2020  Vice-President, Japan Medical Association
Apr. 2007-Present  Advisor, Hokkaido Medical Association
Apr. 2006-Apr. 2010  Executive Board Member, Japan Medical Association
Apr. 2005-Mar. 2006  Delegate, House of Delegates, Japan Medical Association
Apr. 1997-Mar. 2007  Executive Board Member, Hokkaido Medical Association
Dec. 1991-Dec. 2016  President & Director, Shinsapporo Neurosurgical Hospital
Mar. 1988  Established, Shinsapporo Neurosurgical Hospital
Education:
Apr. 2008-Mar. 2010  Clinical Professor, Graduate School of Medicine, Sapporo Medical University
Apr. 2000-Mar. 2007  Clinical Professor, Department of Neurosurgery, Sapporo Medical University
1994  Received M.D., Ph.D., Sapporo Medical University
Mar.1977  Graduated from Sapporo Medical University


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