We have updated our publications section. We look forward to seeing the research that will be presented in 2019.
We will host a joint seminar with Taiwan Research-Based Biopharmaceutical Manufacturers Association (TRPMA) in Taipei on January 23, 2019.
Up to now, drug development in Taiwan has largely operated based on manufacturing contracts; however, successful new drug development has seen an increase in active support from Taiwanese government policy.
SNBL will give lectures to Taiwanese pharmaceutical and biotech companies with the aim of shedding light on the current situation in Japan including topics such as the conduct of GLP studies and GLP monitoring authority in Japan, preclinical studies on biologics and advanced therapy products, and application of imaging techniques to pharmacology and toxicity studies.
This seminar will work to enhance mutual understanding and exchange ideas between Japan and Taiwan in order to facilitate drug development activities in both countries.
We have updated our posters section. We look forward to seeing the research that will be presented in the new year.
SNBL has received the 2018 Prime Minister's Award for leading businesses in the promotion of women from the Gender Equality Bureau Cabinet Office. This award recognizes companies that make a proactive effort in supporting women in managerial and executive positions. SNBL is the first company in Kagoshima to receive this award. SNBL knows that the viewpoints of women are essential not only to a successful business, but also to a prosperous society. We are honored to receive this award and hope that our practices can be a model for the rest of Kagoshima.
The Japanese Ministry of Health, Labour and Welfare (MHLW) gives annual awards to companies promoting equality in the workplace, and this year SNBL is one of two awardees of the MHLW's Award of Excellence. This award goes to companies that make exemplary efforts in proactively giving women the chance to demonstrate their ability, as well as supporting a good balance between career and child-rearing or caregiving. The official award ceremony will be held on January 16, 2019 in Tokyo.
SNBL is honored to receive this award and will continue providing a work environment in which equal opportunity can thrive, regardless of gender, race, age, disability, etc.
On August 3, 2018, at the Taiwan 2018 Latest Business Seminar in Tokyo, SNBL and Medgaea Life Sciences Ltd. (MDG) signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU). The MOU, signed by Dr. Chih-Chun Hong, Chief Executive Officer of MDG, and Koichiro Fukuzaki, Executive Vice Chairman of SNBL, confirms the intention of SNBL and MDG to collaborate more closely.
MDG was established in Taiwan in 2005 and offers a variety of pre-clinical contract research services for health foods, herbal medicine, medical devices, and chemical products. SNBL and MDG will promote and support R&D of drugs, medical devices, and regenerative medicine in Taiwan.
SNBL Japan will be attending the Eurotox 2018 in Brussels, September 2-5th. Email firstname.lastname@example.org to set up a meeting or visit Booth F to discuss how our diverse services can help your research.
SNBL has invested in Trunk Solution Corporation (TSC) and it has become an SNBL Group subsidiary company as of July 31, 2018.
TSC is a company that focuses research on the
best balanced posture. It markets science-supported health products including a patented wearable device to activate core muscles for those
This business partnership between SNBL and TSC will lead to improved health outcomes for many. This tie-up shows that SNBL Group is committed to freeing patients from suffering by supporting drug development and improving medical technology.
SNBL Japan is proud to sponsor the Global Scientist Award “Wings of Dreams”, a scientific poster and presentation contest for students from elementary to high school age.
The contest is accepting submissions from June to October, and posters will be presented in person on November 4th. The topics will be varied, from physics to biology and mathematics. There will also be a keynote address from a robotics expert, Dr. Takayuki Furuta.
Community is a big part of SNBL Japan’s philosophy so it is an honor to be involved in an event aimed at raising children who are interested in STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics).
We are pleased to announce that Kengo Nishi has been awarded a diploma from the Japanese Society of Comparative and Veterinary Ophthalmology. Kengo is now a diplomate of the Japanese College of Fundamental Ophthalmologists.
Ocular toxicology is a burgeoning field and SNBL Japan is committed to having the right equipment and the right people to evaluate ocular toxicology. Kengo is the second diplomate of the Japanese College of Fundamental Ophthalmologists at SNBL Japan, and his skills will add to our safety assessment program. We look forward to seeing him use his skills in future.
We are proud to announce that Haruka Torihara, RDT has become a Japanese Teratology Society-approved Reproductive and Developmental Toxicologist. She joins the 6 other scientists who hold the RDT qualification at SNBL Japan.
The strength of SNBL’s DART program is thanks to the scientists who contribute to it. We are happy that Haruka’s contributions have been recognized and look forward to many more scientific contributions from her.
SNBL Japan received the Health & Productivity Award 2018, presented by the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry. This award recognizes organizations which promote health in their region by implementing strategies to improve the health and productivity of their employees.
As part of its strategy to improve employee health, SNBL Japan has implemented Wellness Tourism seminars, a series of health challenges, and early cancer screenings. SNBL Japan will strive to continue these efforts and ensure that the recognition of our strategy is meaningful.