Presentations guideline

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What do we need to learn from your presentation? -  Signaling pathway (new/reference to other  students) -  Oncogene/TSG (specific mutations?) -  What it does in  normal  and  cancer  cells -  Experimental data - The gene’s involvement in this cancer  (mechanisms;       specific to that cancer?) -  Brief description of the disease
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Gene  to disease You can go either way Whatever you do, remember to be  straightforward, and NOT confusing (this is our  role here)   Disease to gene
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See the forest from the trees - You have 12 minutes (+2 for discussion) - 10 – 12 slides - Don’t flood us with data (one picture is worth a thousand words)  - Finish with the  big picture The most frustrating part in being a teacher: “I learned so much, I want to tell all those  wonderful stories, but I can tell only 10% of what  I know (and Mark and Gidi will think I don’t know 
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This note was uploaded on 05/26/2011 for the course BIO 445 taught by Professor Staff during the Spring '11 term at UNC.

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