CBIO 800. Mechanisms of Tumor Development and Progression: Colloquium Format. 3 Hours.

This 3 credit course is offered in the fall semester every year. This course examines the genetic alterations and cellular phenotypes involving cancer development in a practical manner. The course discusses the underlying molecular and biological principles that result from these genetic alterations and the methods/approaches to examine cancer phenotypes. By the end of the course, students should understand how cancer develops and how to design experiments to address different scientific hypotheses. In addition, students are expected to learn key points regarding how to prepare and give scientific presentation. The class will involve two, 1.5-hour lecture per week: one consists of didactic lecture by a faculty member and the other is student-led journal club related to the lecture topic. Prerequisite: College level biology. LEC.

Doctor of Philosophy of Cancer Biology

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Master of Science in Cancer Biology

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Doctor of Philosophy in Molecular and Integrative Physiology

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