Objective and Aim
The ideal treatment to regenerate a jawbone loss is an autogenous bone graft to supply bone matrices, osteoblasts, and osteocytes. However, due to the limited amount of collected autologous bone, challenges remain in applying autologous bone grafts to large defects patients. Accordingly, if a system to supply three-dimensional bone-like tissue similar to the autologous bone can be established, innovative jawbone regenerative medicine can be realized.
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2005 Graduated from Hiroshima University School of Dentistry
2009 Completed the doctoral course in periodontal pathology at Hiroshima University Graduate School, received his PhD in dentistry
2009 Research fellow at The Forsyth Institute (US)
2012 Assistant professor at a hospital affiliated with Hiroshima University, Oral Health Maintenance and Restoration Dentistry, Periodontal Treatment
2017 Became a regeneration physician certified by the Japanese Society for Regenerative Medicine
2017 Assistant professor at Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences in Periodontal Pathology
2019 Assistant professor at Hiroshima University, Graduate School of Biomedical and Health Sciences in Periodontal Pathology