Tomoki Sumida joined the postdoc at California Pacific Medical Center where he researched breast cancer and sex steroid hormone upon completion of his Ph.D. degree in medical science at Ehime University, Matsuyama, Japan, 1999. This led to the relationship between progesterone and breast cancer progression, the development of dormancy therapy of salivary gland tumors, and the investigation of it as a therapeutic target for salivary gland cancers. Dr. Sumida joined the School of Medicine at Ehime University in 2001 where he serves as an Assistant Professor. Currently, he works as a Senior Assistant Professor who also trains the post graduate student.
Biography Updated on 29 April 2012