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Tomoko Watanabe

PhD, MPhil, MA, BS

Postdoctoral Research Scientist

Tomoko Received BSc in Genetics and Development from Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, USA in 1996, earned MA, MPhil and PhD from the department of Genetics and Development in Columbia University, New York, USA where she worked on mouse embyronic kidney organogenesis.  She joined the Professor Shankar Srinivas’ group in 2006 to study cell lineage in preimplantation mouse embryos, and lipid visualisation in early embryos, a collaborative project with the department of Engineering, Univ. of Oxford. Her current project focuses on role of PI3KC2A in peri-gastrulation embryos.  She leads public engagement effort for the Srinivas group.