Director, Division of Reproductive Sciences
Education: PhD, University of Calcutta, India, 1972
For over forty years I have worked to understand the molecular and genetic bases surrounding embryo implantation and successful pregnancy. I also investigate reproductive cancers.
Education: PhD, Xiamen University, 2013
I am studying the molecular mechanism of embryo implantation and preterm birth.
Research Assistant IV
Education: MS, Osaka University, 1997
I support our research with a combination of molecular and cellular techniques, such as DNA/RNA cloning and gene targeting of embryonic stem (ES) cells.
Education: BS, Zhejiang University, China, 2002
PhD, Vanderbilt University, 2010
I investigate the effects of cannabinoid / endocannabinoid signaling in different pregnancy events spanning from preimplantation embryo development to parturition. I am also interested in studies of signaling pathways on periimplantation events.
Research Assistant II
Education: BS, Ohio Wesleyan University, 2015
I am interested in researching uterine cancer, specifically how different cell types contribute to variations in uterine cancer and discovering if any pathways can be blocked to prevent or slow tumor growth.
Education: PhD, Wuhan University, 2013
My research focuses on molecular interactions during implantation.
SK Dey, PhD
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