Nihon University School of Medicine

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Enrollment Capacity, Student and Teaching Staff Numbers

Student Numbers Teaching Staff Numbers Staff Numbers
Departments Length of Study Student Numbers Enrollment Capacity Full-Timers Part-Timers Part-Timers (from Nihon University)
Educational Institutions School of Medicine and Graduate School of Medicine Department of Medicine 6 Years First-Year 132 120 422 384 16 71
Second-Year 132 120
Third-Year 116 120
Fourth-Year 132 120
Fifth-Year 126 120
Sixth-Year 115 120
Total 753 720
Graduate School of Medicine 4 Years First-Year 49 64 306
Second-Year 28 64
Third-Year 34 64
Fourth-Year 43 64
Total 154 256
Nursing College Department of Nursing 3 Years First-Year 96 80 15 30 104
Second-Year 98 80
Third-Year 108 80
Total 302 240
Total 1204 1216 437 414 426 71

School Premises and Buildings

School Premises Buildings
Educational Institutions School of Medicine, Graduate School of Medicine, and Nursing College 56,254 m2 Main Building 5,115 m2
Graduate School Building 4,337 m2
Basic Education Research Building 8,584 m2
Basic Education Research Building No.2 1,140 m2
Clinical Education Research Building 2,856 m2
Clinical Auditorium 1,413 m2
Memorial Library 5,480 m2
Gym 1,980 m2
Club Activity Rooms 431 m2
Clinical Education Research Building Locker Room 203 m2
Physical Education Equipment Storehouse 24 m2
Storehouse 173 m2
Research Center 5,722 m2
Nursing College Building No. 1 3,142 m2
Social Medicine and Liberal Arts Building 1,755 m2
(Former Nursing College Building No. 2)
Other Buildings 36 m2
Department of General Medicine Medical Research Support Section
Experimental Medicine Research Building 1,332 m2
RI Research Building 1,185 m2
University Hospitals Itabashi Hospital Itabashi Hospital 42,161 m2
Passageway 221 m2
Security Guard Building 18 m2
Itabashi Hospital Nurse Dormitory 6,959 m2
Radiation Therapy Building 1,787 m2
MRI Room 226 m2
Emergency Medicine Center 3,771 m2
Yabashira Ossuary (Rented Land) YYabashira Ossuary 8 m2
56,302 m2 100,058 m2

Number of Graduates

Faculty

Classification Number of Graduates
Specialized section Medicine 3,225
School of Medicine (old system) 798
School of Medicine (new system) 7,257
total 11,280

Graduate School, Doctoral Program

Course Number
Physiological Medicine 168
Pathological Medicine 90
Social Medicine 54
Internal Medicine 542
Surgical Medicine 742
Total 1,596

Number of Graduate Degrees Conferred

Doctor of Medicine

Course Number
Bachelor's degree by the old system 1,783
Graduate program graduates 1,596
Bachelor's degree by thesis 2,961
Total 6,340

Books and Journals

Books Journals Old Medical Materials
Japanese Foreign Total Japanese Foreign Total
34,949 15,130 50,079 47,677 106,542 154,219 757
1925 Mar. Nihon University Senmon-Bu, Department of Medicine established (Surugadai)
Mar. Length of studies: 4 years, total capacity: 600 people, recruiting capacity: 120 people
Apr. Professor Yutaka Nukada took office as the 1st Dean of Department of Medicine (until October 1932)
1926 Nov. Surugadai Hospital opened
1929 Mar. First graduation from the Department of Medicine (134 students)
1931 Mar. Length of studies for Senmon-Bu, Department of Medicine became 5 years
1932 Jan. Surugadai Hospital Nursing Training Center established
Oct. Professor Takuma Matsunaga appointed to Department of Medicine Administration Office (until February 1933)
1933 Feb. Professor Zennoshin Hatta took office as the 2nd Dean of Department of Medicine (until April 1937)
1935 May. Itabashi Hospital opened
1937 Apr. Itabashi new school building of Department Medicine relocated
Apr. Professor Yoshisato Hiki took office as the 3rd Dean of Department of Medicine (until April 1940)
1940 Apr. Professor Kojiro Umezu took office as the 4th Dean of Medical Department (until April 1943)
1942 Mar. Permitted promotion to a medical school (3 years of Yo-Ka, 4 years of undergraduate school)
1943 Apr. Professor Kojiro Umezu took office as the 1st Dean of School of Medicine (until June 1943)
Jun. Mr Kazuo Sato concurrently served as the Dean of School of Medicine (until June 1944)
1944 Jun. Professor Fujio Sakurazawa took office as the 2nd Dean of School of Medicine (until May 1950)
1945 Apr. Itabashi Hospital destroyed by war damage
1948 Jan. Itabashi Hospital Outpatient Building rebuilt
Mar. Senmon-Bu, Department of Medicine closed
Nov. Graduate school degree awarding right acquired
Nov. Itabashi Hospital rebuilt
1950 Apr. Assistant Nurse Training Center relocated to Itabashi Hospital
May. Professor Yoshisato Hiki took office as the 3rd Dean of School of Medicine (until September 1962)
1951 Mar. School of Medicine, Yo-Ka closed
Mar. Surugadai Hospital Nurse Training Center closed
1952 Feb. Permitted transition to School of Medicine, Department of Medicine by new school system (entrance capacity: 80 students)
1954 Apr. Ceremony commemorating the 30th anniversary of School of Medicine (at School of Medicine)
1955 Apr. School of Medicine, Shingaku-Ka established
1956 Mar. Graduate School of Medicine established, graduation school building completed
1961 Feb. Temporary clinic established in Ryogoku Nihon University Auditorium during reconstruction of Surugadai Hospital
1962 Sep. Professor Shigeru Nagasawa took office as the 4th Dean of School of Medicine (until October 1968)
1963 May. Ceremony for completion of Surugadai Hospital new building
1964 Jun. Permitted to increase admission capacity of School of Medicine from 80 to 100 people
1965 Apr. Itabashi Hospital Assistant Nurse Nursing Training Center abolished
Apr. Koto-Kango Gakuin established
1967 Sep. Koto-Kango Gakuin night school established
1968 Oct. Professor Ken Aizawa took office as the 5th Dean of School of Medicine (until December 1969)
1969 Dec. Professor Masao Nagata took office as the 6th Dean of School of Medicine (until October 1971)
1970 Jun. Itabashi Hospital re-construction completed (10 floors)
1971 Jan. Permitted to increase admission capacity of School of Medicine from 100 to 120 students
Apr. New building of Koto-Kango Gakuin completed (7 floors)
Oct. Professor Shigeru Nagasawa took office as the 7th Dean of School of Medicine (until October 1974)
1974 Oct. School of Medicine gym completed (2 floors)
Oct. Professor Kaizo Ariga took office as the 8th Dean of School of Medicine (until October 1977)
1975 Feb. Permitted to increase admission capacity of Graduate School of Medicine from 58 to 64 students
Mar. School of Medicine Clinical Education Research Center completed (5 floors)
1976 Mar. School of Medicine Clinical Auditorium completed (2 floors)
Jun. Inatori Hospital opened
1977 May. School of Medicine General Medicine Research Center established
Jun. Ceremony commemorating the 50th anniversary of School of Medicine (at Hotel New Otani)
Oct. Professor Shigesaburo Kobayashi took office as the 9th Dean of School of Medicine (until October 1983)
1978 Mar. School of Medicine Basic Education Research Center completed (7 floors)
1979 Jun. General Medical Examination Center opened
Sep. School of Medicine Library completed (6 floors)
Sep. Ceremony for completing the 2nd phase of the School of Medicine reconstruction project (at School of Medicine Gym) (Basic Education Research Center, Clinical Education Building, Clinical Auditorium, Library)
1980 Mar. Nursing College affiliated with School of Medicine established
1983 Oct. Professor Shiro Miyake took office as the 10th Dean of School of Medicine (until October 1989)
1984 Feb. School of Medicine Radiotherapy Building completed (4 floors)
Oct. Nursing College Building 2 completed (4 floors)
1985 Oct. Ceremony commemorating the 60th anniversary of School of Medicine (at School of Medicine)
1988 Feb. Basic Education Research Building 2 completed (3 floors)
1989 Jan. Admission capacity of School of Medicine reduced from 120 to 110 students
Oct. (Ceremony commemorating the 100th anniversary of Nihon University)
Oct. Professor Yukiyasu Sezai took office as the 11th Dean of School of Medicine (until October 1996)
1991 Apr. Nerima Hikarigaoka Hospital opened
Apr. Surugadai Hospital Emergency Medical Center opened
Oct. RI Research Building completed (4 floors)
Nov. Itabashi Hospital Emergency Medical Center Building completed (3 floors)
Nov. Itabashi Hospital Emergency Medical Center opened
1993 Oct. Itabashi Hospital approved as advanced treatment hospital, implemented from December 1, 1993
1995 Apr. Graduate School of Medicine reorganized
Mar. Ceremony commemorating the 70th anniversary of School of Medicine (at School of Medicine)
1996 Nov. Professor Isamu Sakurai took office as the 12th Dean of School of Medicine (until October 1999)
1997 Dec. Ordering system implemented (from Itabashi Hospital)
1999 Nov. Professor Takashi Horie took office as the 13th Dean of School of Medicine (until October 2005)
2000 Jun. 70th Anniversary Memorial Hall (Research Center) completed
2001 Apr. Departments integrated into Department of Internal Medicine and Department of Surgery
Jul. Departments integrated into Social Medicine
Oct. Advanced Medical Course established
2002 Mar. Management of Inatori Hospital transferred to health care corp. Koshin-Kai
May. Specialized doctor and specialized researcher system established
2005 Jul. International symposium commemorating the 80th anniversary of School of Medicine (at Nihon University Hall)
Nov. Professor Yoichi Katayama took office as the 14th Dean of School of Medicine (until October 2014)
2012 Mar. Management of Nerima Hikarigaoka Hospital finished
2014 Jun. Electronic chart system implemented (Itabashi Hospital)
Oct. Surugadai Nihon University Hospital relocated to Nihon University Hospital
Nov. Professor Tadatoshi Takayama took office as the 15th Dean of School of Medicine (to the present)
2015 Mar. 90th anniversary of School of Medicine
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