The Japanese Ministry of Health will Involve Udayana University to Conduct Health Research

The Vice Rector for Academic Affairs and Vice Rector for Planning, Cooperation and Information at Udayana University received a visit by Norie Kawai Ph.D and Manabu Honda, MD., Ph.D from the Japan National Institute of Neuroscience in the Transit Room of the Rector's Rector's Transit Room at Bukit Jimbaran. Thursday, (12/1/23).

This meeting discussed the continuation of research collaboration in the health sector between Udayana University and Japan through the Ministry of Health of Japan. The intended health research will use natural resources such as natural sounds, Balinese gamelan sounds which are used for research on diabetes and hearing loss.

It is proven that the sound of Balinese gamelan can improve the hearing ability of people who have hearing loss, and can also reduce the risk of diabetes. The Vice Rectors hope that this research can involve other related faculties at Udayana University.