Cancer Cell Biology University of Bordeaux
OBJECTIVES:Understanding of the molecular and cellular processes underlyingoncogenesis, in physiological and pathological conditions. Framing theabnormalities of cancerous cells in terms of causes and consequencesof oncogenesis.
- This teaching unit follows the paradigm “Hallmarks of Cancer”. - Lectures presented by external experts on Cancer Cell Biologyresearch topics: Cell Death, Cell - Extracellular Matrix interactions,Stem Cells, Senescence and Quiescence, Cell Polarity, Energymetabolism, Biosynthesis pathways. - This course includes aparticular focus on Cell Cycle. There is a 20h (five lectures and fivetutorial classes) specifically on Cell Cycle related topics. -Tutorial classes consist in scientific article presentations anddiscussion by students on the topics addressed in the theoreticallecture - typically one review article and one original articleprovided by the external experts. In a flipped classroom approachstudents prepare the article presentations before the lectures on thetopic. - Lab courses include basic techniques used in currentCancer Cell Biology research: conventional and 3D cell culture(organoids), transfection, FACS, for the study of cell cycleprogression, cell viability and tumorigenic properties followinganti-cancer treatments. The lab course present a continuity with otherteaching units - Technologies in Molecular Cell Biology and MolecularImaging and Histopathology
- Theoretical lectures - 26 hours - Tutorial classes - 30 hours - Laboratory courses - 16 hours
Online Course Requirement
Language of instruction: English
Site for Inquiry
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Contact person: José Eduardo Gomesjoseemail@example.com