|The “Graduate Program in Gerontology, The University of Tokyo Global Leadership Initiative for an Age-Friendly Society (GPinG: GLAFS)” is an interdisciplinary graduate program to train global leaders who can create an age-friendly society.
The program is a doctoral-level education program built around the University of Tokyo’s Institute of Gerontology in coordination with 9 graduate schools and 28 departments at the university.
Graduates of the program will receive a Certificate of Completion of the Gerontology Research Program and have it indicated on their doctoral degree.
GLAFS Homepage http://www.glafs.u-tokyo.ac.jp
- Introduction to Research Activities
- Aging Society Research Group – Toyoshikidai community in Kashiwa City
- About Aging Society Research Group – Toyoshikidai community in Kashiwa City
- processes from the founding
- configuration diagram
- The concept of “Town Development for a Long-Lived Society”
- committee for home medical care services
- committee for a connection between people
- committee for a housing and mobility
- Large-scale longitudinal study for prevention of sarcopenia-related frailty have been completed.
- “Kururu Seminar”
- Quality of Life for Latter-stage Elderly Persons and Community Quality
- Research into the Psychosocial Functions of Food
- News related to Tohoku earthquake stricken area
- Various Projects
- Graduate Program in Gerontology,The University of Tokyo Global Leadership Initiative for an Age-Friendly Society
- Closs-departmental Program “Gerontology”
- Cross-departmental Program “archive”
- Lecture note: Core lecture #1 “Mental and physical function due to aging: Change and Adaptation of life”
- Lecture note: Core lecture #2 “Social system and life environment of Aged Society”