Apply for the TOPPA!! High Quality Online Leadership Program for G7-12 Students
Deadline: 22 August 2021
“TOPPA !!” is a systematic leadership program that focuses on high-quality inputs and outputs for three months based on programs from top overseas universities such as Cambridge University. You will acquire mindset and practical skills necessary for global leaders making impact through high-quality inputs and outputs for three months.
First, through interactive lectures by leaders who are active globally, including a lecturer at the University of Cambridge, you will be challenged, encouraged and inspired to be a global leader.
Meanwhile, in order to practice leadership, you will be assigned to a project creating Social Innovation to the medical field. You will be challenged by the healthcare startup OUI Inc. to propose a “New Project Idea to Radically Reduce the Loss of Eyesight”.
By forming a group of about 5 junior and senior high school students, you will develop collaborative skills and leadership necessary to play a globally active role in the 21st century, in addition to individual problem-solving skills.
Project: New Project Proposal to Radically Reduce the Loss of Eyesight
You will be challenged by the healthcare startup OUI Inc. to propose a “New Project Idea to Radically Reduce the Loss of Eyesight”.
We will also guide you through the frameworks and processes necessary to think about the business, and our mentor will accompany you for 3 months.
What is OUI Inc.?
OUI Inc. is a Japanese medical startup founded by 3 ophthalmologists from Keio University School of Medicine, developing smartphone attachment medical device “Smart Eye Camera (SEC)”, which enables diagnosing the anterior part of the eye with equal function to existing slit-lamp microscopes. OUI Inc.aims to overcome world blindness by delivering eye healthcare to patients all over the world suffering from eye diseases and difficulty in access to ophthalmology.
Dr. Eisuke Shimizu, co-founder and CEO of OUI Inc., was selected as the Eye Health Hero 2020 of IAPB (The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness), the peak body of global eyecare. Eisuke also won Vision Hacker Award 2021 by Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation.