Ryoichi Nagata, MD, PhD, FFPM
Chairman and President of Shin Nippon Biomedical Laboratories, Ltd., Chairman of Medipolis Proton Therapy and Research Center, Chairman of Veritas Academy, Honorary Consul-General of the Royal Government of Bhutan in Japan, etc.
St. Marianna University School of Medicine (MD), Kagoshima University Graduate School of Medicine (PhD), Koyasan University Graduate School of Buddhism (MA)
◆ Social Work
A member of board of directors for St. Marianna Univ., Juntendo Univ., The Japan China Medical Association, and The Society of Japanese Preventative Medicine; Visiting Professor of St. Marianna University, Tokyo Medical College, Kochi University, Yantai University (China), and University of Maryland, Baltimore, etc.
Certified Instructor for Clinical Pharmacologists of Japanese Society of Clinical Pharmacology, Certified Toxicologist of Japanese Society of Toxicological Sciences, Fellow of the Faculty of Pharmaceutical Medicine of the Royal Colleges of Physicians (FFPM, UK), etc.
"Medal with Dark Blue Ribbon (Certificate of Merit)" ,“Prime Minister’s Award” for Leading Companies for Promotion of Female Workers, Minister of HLW Excellence Award for “Equality and Balance Promotion Company Division”, Governor's Award for Kagoshima Prefecture Leading Company for Promotion of Female Workers, the Kagoshima Chamber of Commerce and Industry “Industrial Economy Award, Grand Award”, South Japan Newspaper “54th South Japan Cultural award, Industrial Davison”, the Nihon Keizai Shimbun “Industrial Contribution for the Revitalization of Region Award”, National Federation of Labor Standards Association “Creating Time and Room Award”, MBC Hatanaka Foundation “MBC Award”, Honorary Citizen of Gaoyao District, China, etc.
The Value of the Working Mindset (Dobunkan, in Japanese), Lessons from Bhutan, the Country of Happiness: How to Live a Happy Life (Dobunkan, in Japanese), A New Capitalist Declaration: 7 Blueprints for the Future (Mainichi Newspapers, coauthor, in Japanese), Cleansing Your Soul: Danshari and Kukai (Kazahino bunko, in Japanese), Cancer Treatment Without Incisions: Proton Therapy for Breast Cancer (PHP Interface, in Japanese)