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  Assistant Prof. Tatsushi Igaki is awarded 2009 Career Development Award (HFSP).

The epithelial tissue has an intrinsic mechanism that eliminates oncogenic cells from the tissue. This eintrinsic tumor suppressionf is driven by cell-cell communication-based machinery called ecell competitionf. Dr. Tatsushi Igaki, Kobe University Graduate School of Medicine, has revealed molecular mechanisms of intrinsic tumor suppression and cell competition, and was awarded 2009 Career Development Award (Human Frontier Science Program; HFSP).   Dr. Tatsushi Igaki
The International Human Frontier Science Program Organization (HFSPO) has announced the names of the recipients of HFSP international postdoctoral fellowships, career development awards and research grants. HFSP awards are made in each category only after rigorous selection in a global competition (click here). Full lists of the new awards are available on the HFSP web site.
 
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