Academic Staff and Fellows
- HAYASAKA Haruko
- Associate Professor Doctor of Medicine
- Department/Life Science Graduate school/Science
Immune cells act to protect us from disease-causing agents by attacking them. Cancer cells move from the primary lesion to other organs and proliferate. Research is conducted on the mechanisms of how cells move around inside the body and work in a specific location.
Immune cell migration and tumor metastasis to lymph nodes
|Molecular Biology, Cell Biology, Immunology
|Regulation of immne cell and cancer cell migration and trafficking.
Tissue-specific differentiation of blood vessels.
|BSc from Osaka University.
|MSc and PhD from Osaka University
Immune Molecular Function Laboratory