[Photo of the team in ‘The POS’ presenting about ‘The way to develop New Science Movement in a right way.’ Taken by Hee Ju Kim]
[Photo of the team in ‘Sophia Medicus’ presenting about ‘History of Science Revolution.’ Taken by Hee Ju Kim]
Our main topic was ‘New Science Movement’. We had about six teams presenting about topics like ‘The History of Science Movement’, ‘What goal should New Science Movement aim for’, ‘Relationship between social change and the New Science Movement’, etc. Each group had eightminutes of presentation time and three minutes of Q&A time. After the presentation, we had a debate with the topic of “Is the segmentation of studies desirable?” We talked about philosophical notion like reductionism and holism to support both side’s arguments. The main argument evoked between the trend of today’s education and the truthful purpose of learning. Most of the participants enjoyed the debate because it contained all the key points that we have gone through in our whole forum, and the debate itself was a nip and tuck match.
My second forum was held in June 5th, 2018, and this time the scale was much bigger. We had five clubs attending this forum, and the topic was ‘The present state of New Testament development in each scientific field and how it should develop’. My teammate and I, as the representative of the club ‘Brain’, which studies about brain and central nerves system, presented about how biomarkers are being used nowadays to identify patient’s state and to prevent certain diseases by checking people’s body accurately.
[Presentation material used by ‘BRAIN’, presenting about ‘Engineering Methods of Antipsychotic Drugs to Pass Through Blood-Brain Barrier.’ Made by Hee Ju Kim]
|[Presentation material use by ‘BRAIN’, explaining basic concepts of ‘Blood-Brain Barrier.’ Made by Hee Ju Kim]|
We also explored the engineering methods of antipsychotic drugs to pass through Blood-Brain Barrier, and presented methods such as MITT(Molecular Imaging and Tracking Technology), double antibody technology and physical extension. ‘The Lancet’, the medical journal club, looked at the current procedures in the drug development safety assessment, found problems in clinical trials and quality management, and proposed alternatives. ‘BIOM’, the biology club, presented their study on the research trends and problems and solutions of Biosimilar. ‘The Golden Time’, the club that studies about emergency handling, set the range of new drugs that can be used in an emergency. Lastly, ‘Apotheke’, the medicine club, introduced stem cell treatments and immune cell treatments.
Hee Ju Kim
Hankuk Academy of Foreign Studies
Hee Ju Kim email@example.com
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