Dr. Sachiko Iseki
Sachiko Iseki, DDS, PhD, has been a professor in the Department of Molecular Craniofacial Embryology at Tokyo Medical and Dental University (TMDU) Graduate School since 2008. After she finished her PhD course at TMDU, she worked in the Department of Human Anatomy (later changed to Department of Human Anatomy and Genetics) at the University of Oxford in the UK, from 1994-1996 and from 1997-2000, and studied the function of fibroblast growth factor (FGF) signaling in skull development. As a research associate at TMDU she continued to work on craniofacial morphogenesis including cell lineage analysis, palate development and FGF signaling function. Currently she is trying to apply the mechanism of hard tissue formation to regenerative medicine.
- Lecture Course:
- Can we learn from developmental mechanism to regenerate tissue?
- Professor Iseki's TMDU Research Profile:
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