BMS622 - BMS 622 CANCER BIOLOGY COURSE DESCRIPTION AND...

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BMS 622 CANCER BIOLOGY COURSE DESCRIPTION AND REQUIREMENTS 2011 Meeting Time and Place: Mondays and Wednesdays, 2:00 to 3:30 PM, East Campus, Cancer Research Center, Room TBA depending on class size. First Meeting: January 19, 2011 Short Description: This course will present an overview of the cancer development process at the cellular and molecular level, including regulatory networks involved in growth control and tissue organization and an introduction to animal, cell and molecular techniques for studying progression, treatment and prevention of cancer. Specific Course Objectives: To gain an appreciation of the complexity of the cancer development process at the cellular and molecular level. To provide students with an understanding of regulatory networks involved in growth control and tissue organization. This will primarily be achieved through the study of changes observed when these networks are disturbed in cancer cells. To gain exposure to whole animal, cell culture and molecular techniques for studying progression, treatment and
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