Biology of Cancer

GMS BT 520

Prereq: BT 405 (Biochem) and BT 413 (Mol Bio) or consent of program director. This course focuses on the cellular and molecular changes that underlie the development and progression of human cancer. Students examine the pathways and processes that involve oncogenes and tumor suppressor genes to understand how they can contribute to cancer. Complex interactions including angiogenesis, tumor immunology, invasion and metastasis are studied as well. In addition,the course covers targeted approaches to cancer therapy and the latest scientific research including cancer epigenetics, microRNAs and cancer stem cells.

FALL 2014 Schedule

Section Instructor Location Schedule Notes
A1 Lambert L 209 M 5:30 pm-8:30 pm 72 East Concord
L 209
Prerequisites:
GMS Bt 413 &
GMS Bt 405
MED Campus

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