Tokyo Medical Uni: No Gender Bias In Pass Rate

Tokyo Medical Uni: No gender bias in pass rate

Tokyo Medical University says male and female applicants showed almost the same success rate in their latest entrance examination, after it corrected its unfair admission process.

Last year it came to light that the medical school had been rigging exam results for years to favor males over females. Under the practice, applicants who failed previously also had points deducted.

Women Sue Tokyo Medical Univ. For Rigging Exams

Women sue Tokyo Medical Univ. for rigging exams

A medical university in Tokyo has been sued by a group of women who say they were victims of the school's gender-biased admissions policy.

The 33 women filed suit with the Tokyo District Court on Friday. They took Tokyo Medical University's entrance exams between 2006 and 2018, but were denied admission.

10 Medical Schools In Japan Rigged Entrance Exams

10 medical schools in Japan rigged entrance exams

Japan's education ministry says it has found 10 universities conducted their entrance examinations for their medical schools inappropriately.

The ministry released a final report on Friday on its nationwide probe into medical school admission processes.

Tokyo Medical University Stripped Of Accreditation

Tokyo Medical University stripped of accreditation

Tokyo Medical University has been stripped of its accreditation, following recent revelations that the university rigged entrance examinations against female and older applicants.

A private organization, called the Japan Accreditation Council for Medical Education, made the decision at its board meeting on Thursday.

Ministry: Medical Schools Manipulated Exam Results

Ministry: Medical schools manipulated exam results

Japan's Education Ministry says medical colleges in the country have inappropriately manipulated entrance exam results.

The ministry surveyed 80 medical colleges after Tokyo Medical University and Showa University admitted to tampering scores.

Medical University Admits Exam-tampering

Medical university admits exam-tampering

Tokyo Medical University has admitted to tampering with entrance exam scores to raise the bar for women and for men who failed such exams several times.

Tokyo prosecutors indicted Masahiko Usui, former chairman of the university's board of regents, and the university's former president last month on bribery charges.

Medical School Apologizes For Exam-tampering

Medical school apologizes for exam-tampering

Tokyo Medical University has apologized following revelations it tampered with entrance exam scores to discriminate against female applicants and others.

The school's executive regent Tetsuo Yukioka apologized on Tuesday for betraying the public's trust.

Medical Univ. Rigged Exams Against Women

Medical univ. rigged exams against women

Informed sources say Tokyo Medical University has for years rigged entrance exams to limit its intake of women students, slashing their scores by well over 10 percent across-the-board.

The sources say the university reduced scores from the paper test results of all women before they went on to sit for a final test. The reduction rate differed from year to year, sometimes reaching more than 10 percent.

Medical School Exam Scores 'reduced' For Females

Medical school exam scores 'reduced' for females

Sources say Tokyo Medical University, which is at the center of a recent bribery scandal, reduced entrance examination scores for female test-takers to curb the number of women accepted at the school.

Last month, Tokyo prosecutors indicted the former head of the university's board of directors and its former president on charges of illicitly enrolling a son of a senior Education Ministry official in return for favorable treatment in a ministry subsidy program.

At Acs, See Sony’s Latest Technology For Enhancing Medical Visualization

At ACS, See Sony’s Latest Technology for Enhancing Medical VisualizationSony Electronics’ Healthcare Solutions is showcasing its latest products and solutions for surgical applications at the American College of Surgeons Clinical Congress, Oct. 22-26 in San Diego. With a focus on enhancing surgery and education, Sony will demonstrate end-to-end solutions from capture and visualization to managing, sharing, storing and distributing assets.

Vr46 Medical Update, 01-09-17 - 10:30

VR46 MEDICAL UPDATE, 01-09-17 - 10:30Last night Movistar Yamaha MotoGP's Valentino Rossi had a successful operation on the displaced fractures of the tibia and fibula of his right leg.


The MotoGP-star was hospitalised after an enduro accident yesterday evening.

Eizo Launches External Calibration Sensor Ux2 For Medical Monitor Use

EIZO launches external calibration sensor UX2 for medical monitor useEIZO today announced the release of the UX2 Sensor, an external calibration sensor for medical monitor use. The UX2 Sensor uses the same technology as the calibration sensors built-in to select RadiForce medical monitors. It features improved humidity and impact resistance compared to other sensors and comes with a protective cap to prevent the sensor from becoming dirty and being affected by moisture during storage. The UX2 Sensor also features a new user-friendly LED indicator. The indicator, which surrounds the device, lights up when it has been correctly connected to the monitor to ensure efficient calibration.

Eizo Radiforce Rx660 30-inch Medical Lcd Monitor

EIZO RadiForce RX660 30-Inch Medical LCD Monitor EIZO has introduced their newest 30-inch medical LCD monitor namely the RadiForce RX660. Designed specifically for use in the hospital, this new 30-inch IPS LED-backlight monitor (can simultaneously display multiple types of medical images such as CR, DR, CT, MRI, ultrasound, etc.) supports a native resolution of 3280 x 2048 pixels and provides 16:10 aspect ratio, 1500:1 contrast ratio, 1000 cd/m2 brightness (calibration recommended brightness 500 cd/m2), 25ms response time and 176/176 degree viewing angles.