Professor Suda has been studying hematopoietic stem cells (HSCs) and cancer stem cells niche for over forty years. Suda’s work predominantly encompasses the study of stem cell niches behavior (e.g. proliferation and differentiation), stem cell aging, as well as cancer stem cell energy metabolism. His long-term goal is to develop stem cell niche cancer therapy by translating his team’s findings into clinical settings, contributing to stem cell transplantation as well as treatments of hematological disorders. He is also a strong believer in the importance of mentorship by educating and nurturing interested young minds of next generation with great enthusiasm in cancer clinical research.