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University of Tokyo

Graduate School of Agricultural and Life Sciences
The University of Tokyo
1-1-1, Yayoi, Bunkyo-ku
Tokyo, Japan, 11-8657


Veterinary medicine covers wide areas of life sci­ences, not only medicine for animals but also biology of mammals and higher vertebrates. In the Depart­ment of Veterinary Medicine, most advanced re­search is being carried out at molecular, cellular and in vivo levels, in order to fully understand vital pro­cesses of normal and diseased animals. Veterinary medicine has two aspects of science: basic science to understand the mechanisms underlying biological phe­nomena, and applied science to satisfy the social demands for maintenance and im­provement of human welfare and productivity of domestic animals. This department collaborates with the veteri­nary medical center located on the Yayoi campus. This center is facilitated with the latest and most advanced medical instruments, and plays an important role as an advanced veterinary hospital in this area.


For more information about the University of To­kyo’s Veterinary Medicine Program, please go to the following website: /admissions-and-programs/graduate-and-research /graduate-schools/agricultural.html

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