Due to the novel coronavirus outbreaks and travel restrictions to multiple countries including Japan, we have postponed the Schull conference (scheduled for March 13-15, 2020 indefinitely).  We will be in touch as soon as the outbreaks are controlled.
NOTICE:

Schull Institute's 6th Annual

Invitational Conference

Our Annual Invitational Conference is a binational event and corresponds with our binational exchange program. Hosting of the conference alternates between the United States and Japan. This is a living forum for demonstrating The Schullian Way and guides the mentoring ethos of the Schull Institute.

Theme for 2020 Conference entitled "Song Among the Ruins"

                                       Due to the novel coronavirus outbreaks and travel restrictions to multiple countries including Japan, we have postponed the Schull conference (scheduled for March 13-15, 2020 indefinitely).  We will be in touch as soon as the outbreaks are controlled.

 

This year, our annual meeting will focus on research topics that Dr. William Jackson Schull initiated and expanded upon throughout his life: 

  • “Children of Atomic Bombs”

  • “Health Impacts of Ionizing Radiation from Atomic Bombs to the Fukushima Accident”

  • “Friendships between the US and Japan” that he discussed in his work, “Song among the Ruins.”

NOTICE:

Conference Role of Full-time Fellows

Full-time fellows of the Institute co-edit the proceedings for the Annual Conference. Fellows and students from the Schull Summer Scholars Research Program also present their work at the conference.

Student attendance is by invitation, and there is no fee.

Upcoming Programs:

  1. March 13-15, 2020 Japan, Takashi Gojobori, Ph.D. Annual Chair

  2. 2021 Texas Medical Center, James Musser, M.D., Ph.D. Annual Chair

Past Programs:

  1.  March 15-19, 2019

  2. March 16-18, 2018 

  3. March 17, 2017

  4. February 11, 2012. Made possible by the generous donations from Hitachi Ltd. Japan Science and Technology Agency and the Radiation Effects Research Foundation (RERF)

  5. October 7-10, 1995

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