Dr Satoshi Ogawa
Dr. Satoshi Ogawa joined Monash University on 30th May 2006 as a Lecturer. He obtained his BSc from Tokyo University of Fisheries, MSc from the University of Tokyo and PhD degree in Physiology from Nippon Medical School in 2006. He has developed a laser-capture microdissection technique and single-cell microarray analysis, which has been highly cited by the scientific community. He has published in internationally renowned journals such as Endocrinology, and Proceedings of National Academy of Science, USA. As a young researcher, he has received the Jimmie Dodd Memorial Prize for Comparative Endocrinology and has won honours from Sasakawa Scientific Research and the International Brain Research Organization.
BS (Tokyo), MS (Tokyo), PhD (Nippon)
Mechanism of regulation of kisspeptin, nuclear receptors and gonadotropin-releasing hormone, a pivotal molecule in the control of reproduction.