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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.
Shizu Aikawa, PhD
Graduation year: 2017
I am interested in exploring molecular mechanisms of embryo implantation.
Education: PhD, Xiamen University, 2013
I am studying the molecular mechanism of embryo implantation and preterm birth.
Yingju Li, PhD
University of South China
Graduation year: 2013
I am studying signaling pathways and their effect on implantation events.
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.
Education: PhD, Wuhan University, 2013
My research focuses on molecular interactions during implantation.
SK Dey, PhD
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