Francisco Nociti, DDS, MS, PhD
Senior director, Department of Innovation & Technology Research
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Dr. Francisco Nociti’s special research focus is in mineralized tissue pathophysiology. Currently, he is interested in applying a combination of laser capture and microproteomic approaches with in vivo mouse models to identify key proteins for new cementum formation and homeostasis. He also has interests in other mineralized tissues, including bone, dentin, and enamel, as well as the role of PDL in protecting against ectopic calcification under extreme pro-mineralization states.
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