Yutaka Shoji, Ph.D., is currently an Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology at Collage of Human Medicine of Michigan State University. Dr. Shoji received a M.Sc. degree in Food Science as well as a Ph.D. degree in Nutrition and Environmental Science from Shizouka University (Japan). Following his doctoral degree, he has had significant training including a Post-Doctoral Research Resident Fellowship from the Foundation for Promotion of Cancer Research (Japan) in a Cancer Prevention Basic Research Project under the direction of Dr. Wakabayashi at National Cancer Center Research Institute (Japan). He completed an additional Post-Doctoral fellowship in the Department of Physiology of Dr. S. J. Tsai at the National Cheng Kung University Medical College (Taiwan). Following this post-doctoral training he was promoted to Research Assistant Professor in the Department of Obstetrics & Gyneocology, Keio University School of Medicine (Japan). In 2008, Dr. Shoji joined Memorial Health University Medical Center (GA, USA) as a post-doctoral scholar under the direction of Dr. John Risinger. In 2009, Dr. Shoji joined the Department of Obstetrics, Gynecology and Reproductive Biology, College of Human Medicine of Michigan State University under the direction of Dr. John Risinger as Visiting Research Associate (MI, USA). Dr. Shoji’s current research focus is on the role of ARID1A and ATAD2 function in ovarian cancers.