• Welcome!

    The Japanese Medical Society of America (JMSA) is a group of medical and health care professionals with a knowledge of Japanese language, culture or customs. JMSA members are also proud supporters of local community efforts and educational scholarships.
  • President's Message

    Japanese Medical Society of America (JMSA) is a group of volunteer healthcare professionals who are working to contribute to the Japanese community. The organization was established in 1973 and our activities have expanded significantly over the years.

  • Get Listed

    One of the benefits of membership in the JMSA is listing in our professional directory. This provides both new referrals from patients looking for a doctor and also boosts your search results if you link to your practice website. JMSA.org is highly ranked by all the major search engines.

  • Student Members

    Our student members are involved in many outstanding projects both here and abroad. Student members enjoy mentorship from JMSA members in various medical fields, helping to prepare for their future careers.  The JMSA also awards a number of scholarships each year.

2016 JMSA NY Life Science Forum

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The second annual JMSA NY Life Science Forum was held at NYU Langone Medical Center on 4/9/2016. With more than 225 participants, the event was a huge success and was well received. There were 14 oral presentations given on various topics in health science including basic science, translational research, public health and policy making.  At times lectures were broadcasted to a satellite location to accommodate participants who could not find seats in the main lecture hall. A DJ (DJ GO who volunteered his service) provided music throughout the event as additional entertainment.  In addition to the lectures, there were 23 poster presentations. Four scientists were selected for awards for Best Poster. The two second place awards, a $100 coupon towards flights to Japan, were given to Dr. Koki Nakanishi (Columbia University) and Yorito Hattori (Weill Cornell Medical College). The two first place awards consisted of a free invitation to JMSA’s Annual dinner (a $300 value), went to Dr. Tomoyoshi Nakadai (The Rockefeller University) and Dr. Shoichiro Takeishi (Albert Einstein College of Medicine)、

Steps to Going into College and Medical Fields

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On April 19th, 2015 JMSA held its second panel discussion titled “Steps to Going to College and Medical Fields” as part of the Japanese American Association (JAA) Sakura Health Fair. The aim of the panel discussion was to introduce students to careers in the health professions and provide guidance on how to apply to college and medical school.

The panel featured JMSA physicians and student members with a wide variety of backgrounds in medicine. Panelists included: Dr. Yuzuru Anzai, Dr. Kimihiko Oishi, Dr. Maki Kano, Kenji Fujitani, Alisa Prager, and Yoshiko Toyoda. ‎The event attracted high school students, college students, as well as parents and other members of the Japanese community.

2016 Summer JMSA Party 8/7

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Dear JMSA Members and Non-members,
 
Please join us at the annual JMSA Summer Party! 
Date: Sunday, August 7th 2016
Time: 3:30 - 6:30 PM
Location: Cafe Evergreen at 1367 1st Avenue (between E 73rd and 74th st) NYC 10021
 
Delicious dim sum will be served.  There will also be an entertainer to be enjoyed by the entire family! Feel free to invite any friends or family who are interested in JMSA.
 
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Nippon Club 38th Health Seminar

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JMSA would like to invite you to the Nippon Club 38th Health Seminar titled "Forefront of heart failure surgery - Artificial heart and heart transplant" by Dr. Koji Takeda

The lecture will be held on June 15th from 6:30-8:30pm at the Nippon Club 5th Floor Sakura Room. The seminar will be conducted in Japanese. 

Koji Takeda, MD, PhD is the Assistant Professor of Surgery and Director of Acute Circulatory Support in the Department of Surgery, Division of Cardiac Surgery at the Columbia University College of Physicians & Surgeons, New York, NY

 
 
 

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