Dr. G. Mori has been working since 1994 to the research on the morphology, biology and physiology of bone cells, using
cytological techniques applied to cell culture systems.
Since 2005 Dr. Mori has been studying the characteristics of bone cells in patients with
periodontal disease, and collaborates in research that aims to isolate and study the
characteristics of stem cells. In particular, he carries out studies on the differentiation
of adult stem cells obtained from bone marrow, dental pulp and tooth buds.
Since March 1, 2006 he has been hired by the University of Foggia, where he teaches
histology in the degree in medicine and surgery, dentistry and many Bachelor degrees. The scientific activity of dr. Mori is mainly directed to the investigation
on the morphology, biology and physiology of bone cells, using
cytological and molecular biology techniques applied to the cell cultures
systems. The research has also been directed to the study of
osteoclastogenesis and osteoblastogenesis in pathological conditions and
in microgravity. He has achieved useful results to clarify the interaction
between osteoclasts and osteoblasts in the bone remodeling process.
Parallel studies were carried out to elucidate the mechanisms regulating
bone resorption in metastatic tumors and inflammatory diseases:
specifically in diseases such as multiple myeloma, psoriatic arthritis and