Lecture 1 - CALENDAR - ACADEMIC YEAR 2009 - 2010 BCH 4122 -...

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CALENDAR - ACADEMIC YEAR 2009 - 2010 BCH 4122 - MACROMOLECULES COORDINATOR: DR. ILONA SKERJANC (iskerjan@uottawa.ca) Lecturers: Lisheng Wang (lwang@uottawa.ca) Daniel Figeys (dfigeys@uottawa.ca) Teaching Assistant: Anne Morrow (anneamorrow@hotmail.com) Marker: Jean-Philippe Lambert
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Bch 4122 Calendar BCH 4122 - MACROMOL ULES COORDINATOR: DR. ILONA SKERJANC LECTURE 1: MONDAY FROM 13:00 - 14:30 AT DMS 1140 LECTURE 2: WEDNESDAY FROM 11:30 - 13:00 AT DMS 1140 DATE LECTURERS TOPICS 9-Sep Lisheng Wang Introduction to stem cells (Part I) 14-Sep Lisheng Wang Introduction to stem cells (Part II) 16-Sep Lisheng Wang Surrogate markers to characterize adult stem cells 21-Sep Lisheng Wang Adult stem cells - HSC 23-Sep Lisheng Wang 28-Sep Lisheng Wang Epigenetic reprogramming 30-Sep Lisheng Wang Human embryonic stem cells (hESC) 5-Oct Lisheng Wang 7-Oct 1st Mid-Term 12-Oct THANKSGIVING 14-Oct Ilona Skerjanc The regulation of transcription by chromatin structure 19-Oct Ilona Skerjanc during skeletal muscle development 21-Oct Ilona Skerjanc 26-Oct Ilona Skerjanc 28-Oct Ilona Skerjanc 2-Nov Ilona Skerjanc 2-Nov last day to withdraw from the course 4-Nov Ilona Skerjanc 9-Nov Ilona Skerjanc 11-Nov 2nd Mid-Term 16-Nov Daniel Figeys Protein Interactions and Mass Spectrometry 18-Nov Daniel Figeys 23-Nov Daniel Figeys 25-Nov Daniel Figeys 30-Nov Daniel Figeys 2-Dec Daniel Figeys 7-Dec Daniel Figeys 7-Dec Classes end 8-Dec Study Break 9 au 23 Dec Exams period
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Marking Scheme Lisheng Wang: 8 lectures - 35% = midterm #1 Ilona Skerjanc: 8 lectures - 35% = midterm #2 Daniel Figeys: 7 lectures - 30% = Final Exam
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Stem Cells Lisheng WANG lwang@uottawa.ca Department of Biochemistry, Microbiology and Immunology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Ottawa
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Aim and Expectation ± Understand the important concepts ± Gain the basic knowledge of stem cells ± Know the frontier and controversial questions in the stem cell research field ± Capable of reading and understanding stem cell literature ± Capable of evaluating stem cell literature
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Materials and methods used in the class ± Slides (with references) ± Stem Cell Glossary ± Lectures ± Short class discussion ± Quiz after lecture ± Literature for evaluation
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How to learn ± Show up ± Concentrate on the slides labeled with square orange color (left upper corner, important slides!) ± Complete quiz after class and discuss them with your classmates, which will help you to understand the important contents (also good for final exam). ± Stop me anytime if you do not understand or you cannot hear me. ± (If you are very interested in certain topics, please read reference paper, or search PubMed and/or Google Scholar using the keywords and author name provided in the slides)
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Stem cells ± Lecture 1: Introduction of stem cells (Part I) ± Lecture 2: Introduction of stem cells (Part II) ± Lecture 3: Surrogate markers to characterize adult stem cells ± Lecture 4: Adult stem cells - HSC
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