Moonshot Research and Development Program [Goal 7]

Realization of sustainable care systems to overcome major diseases by 2040, for enjoying one’s life with relief and release from health concerns until 100 years old.


12-13th May 2023

Our international collaborator and members of research project served as organizers of an International Symposium on Healthy Longevity.

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8th May 2023

Professor Olle Melander, our international co-researcher, of Lund University in Sweden visited Japan and held a seminar.

3rd March 2023

The kick-off meeeting was held.


International Symposium of Moonshot Goal7

【International Collaborator】
Lund University, Sweden
Olle Melander (M.D., Ph.D.)

〝 Prediction and prevention of cardiovascular disease ~ Malmö Cohort Studies ~ "

About Project

The cause of lifestyle disease is chronic inflammation. Based on research into the pathophysiology of inflammation, we will construct a "medical network" which can control chronic inflammation at home, realize a system that allows people to receive health care services anywhere without disparity, and reduce unhealthy time to as close to zero as possible. For this purpose, we will conduct basic research on sensing and controlling inflammation, develop innovative telemedicine, and use the results to build a medical network to overcome lifestyle disease.

Theme Ⅰ
Elucidating the putative mechanisms through which exercise controls inflammation and exploring innovative biomarkers for inflammation
Theme Ⅱ
Exploring the link between sleep and inflammation and Development of personalized digital health
Theme Ⅲ
Development of innovative inflammation sensing technology and establishment of inflammation indexes for the numerical assessment of inflammation
Theme Ⅳ
Establishment of inflammation controlling medical technology for evoking "regulated inflammation"
Theme Ⅴ
Development of innovative technology for next-generatoin diagnostic tests to bring hospital into home
Theme Ⅵ
Design and implementation of real-time data management system based on FHIR for healthcare services: improving interoperability in health data