1 What are your Educational Activities at the Center for the Study of Co*Design?
From the viewpoint of multilingual-cultural studies, I lecture on how to be a Communication Designer. I focus specifically on Medical Linguistics Innovation, with emphasis on the acquisition of interactive competences on language learning.
2 What Research are you involved in?
My major research area is Applied Linguistics, such as dictionary compilation, and test supervision to check contextual sensitivity and visualize interactive competences.
3 What are your activities with institutions and people outside the center?
Collaboration with Osaka University School of Medicine in a comparative study between a bilingual speaker and a language learner by fMRI analysis. Collaboration with the Public Interest Foundation Corporation on a certification test to check the level of medical linguistics learners based on the ISO Medical/Health Care Interpreting Standard.