Department of Cancer Genetics,
Roswell Park Cancer Institute,
Elm and Carlton Streets,
Buffalo, NY 14263,
Dr. Toru Ouchi has graduated in Medicine (M.D) in 1988 from Osaka University, Japan and completed his Ph.D in 1992 from Osaka University, Japan in Molecular Biology.
He has also completed his Postdoc Fellow in 1993-1997 from The Rockefeller University in Molecular Oncology. He served as a Program Director of Systems Biology at Northshore University Healthsystem,The University of Chicago
1992-1993 Taniguchi Fellowship, Osaka University
1998-1999 Incentive Award, Mount Sinai School of Medicine
2013-2015 The Hubbell Family Cancer Research Fund
2015 Osaka University Global Alumni Fellow
1.Ausman, M., So, E.-Y., and Ouchi, T. (2012) DNA damage induces reactive oxygen species generation through the H2AX-Nox1/Rac1 pathway, Cell Death Dis, 3, e249.
2.Ausman, M. and Ouchi, T. (2012) Deregulation of the DNA response pathway by intercellular contact, J. Bio. Chem., 287, 116246-16255.
3.Shih, H.-J., Chu, K.-L., Wu, M.-H., Chang, W.-W., Chu, J.-S., Wang, L. H.-C., Takeuchi, H., Ouchi, T. and Hsu, H.-L. (2012) The involvement of MCT-1 oncoprotein in inducing mitotic catastrophe and nuclear abnormalities, Cell Cycle, 11, 934-952.
Molecular and Medical Oncology
Integrative Cancer Science and Therapeutics
Cancer Biology and Treatment
Current Molecular Medicine