The JSPS Washington Office will hold the 7th Japan-US Science Forum on Saturday, November 5, 2022, at Harvard University in Cambridge, Massachusetts. We are looking for applicants for the poster session with flash talks who can come to the venue on the day of the event.
Please download the application guidelines here.
 CLICK HERE TO APPLY [Closed]   *This application form is for poster presentation with flash talk participants only. General Registration for participants who do not plan on making a Poster Presentation nor Flash Talk will be announced in August. It is recommended to use the google chrome browser.
About the Boston Forum :This forum was created in 2016 to be held annually in the Boston area, one of the most active academic centers in the world. For this year, we have chosen “Resilience from the Pandemic” as our theme. Leading researchers from Japan and the US will present their research on this topic. This forum will also include  poster presentations and flash talks, the content of which can be different from the theme of this forum.
Schedule for Applications and Selections (tentative)
August 31: Application deadline
Middle of September: Selection and Notification of Results
October 3: Deadline for Poster Data Submission (for those who wish to have it printed by JSPS)
October 10: Deadline for Flash Talk Data Document

Tentative Agenda (more information will be announced here at a later date)                                  

EDT   Agenda
11:00amPoster registration
12:00pmRegistration (Refreshment will be served) + Poster session
  1:00pmOpening remarks
Dr. Yusuke Tsugawa (University of California, Los Angeles)
Dr. Mai Uchida (Massachusetts General Hospital, Harvard Medical School)
  2:10pm Lecture2
Dr. Margarita Estévez-Abe (Maxwell School, Syracuse University)
  2:40pmPanel Discussioon and Q&A
Dr. Tsugawa, Dr. Uchida, Dr. Estévez-Abe, and Audience (Onsite and Online)
  3:10pmCoffee Break
  3:20pmFlash Talks

* There has been a change in speakers below. (Lecture 2 and Panel Discussion)
Dr. Matthew McKelway (Columbia University) –> Dr. Margarita Estévez-Abe