TUFS Graduate Student Receives Ota Katsuhiro Memorial Prize for Chinese Academic Research
February 9, 2021
Ms. KATAYAMA Yuki, a TUFS graduate student (doctoral program), was awarded the Ota Katsuhiro Memorial Prize for Chinese Academic Research for her peer-reviewed paper, "The Public-Private Conflict of Health Care Security: The Provision of New Health Care Security by IT Platformers" (Monthly Journal of Chinese Affairs, April 2020 issue). The award ceremony was held online on Saturday, January 30, 2021.
Comments on Ms. Katayama's research from the editorial board of the Monthly Journal of Chinese Affairs (website of the Institute of Chinese Affairs, the host organization)
Ms. Katayama Yuki’s comments on receiving the award
It is a great honor to receive such a wonderful award.
I would like to express my sincere gratitude to my supervisor, Prof. SAWADA Yukari, and other professors who have supported me along the way, as well as the many people who gave me valuable advice and suggestions during research exchanges. I take this opportunity to express my heartfelt gratitude.
With the spread of COVID-19 around the world, I feel that it is very significant that my research on medical security schemes using digital technology has been highly evaluated.
I will be continuing to further deepen my research. I ask for your continued guidance and encouragement.