Keiichiro Suzuki, Osaka University, Japan
Keiichiro Suzuki, Ph.D., began to learn DNA double strand repair and genome-editing machineries in filamentous fungi when he was an undergraduate and a graduate student at Saitama University in Japan. He was a research associate of the Belmonte lab at The Salk Institute for biological studies from 2010 to 2017. He is a Professor of Graduate School of Engineering Science at Osaka University in Japan from 2017. He had been developed highly efficient genome-editing method for human stem cells, which is useful for gene correction of patient-derived human stem cells for disease modeling. His current interest is to develop novel genome editing technologies for basic biology as well as gene therapy.
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