Molecular and Cellular Biology of Disease II University of Tsukuba
This course complements Molecular and Cellular Biology of Disease I. Lectures range from cancer cell biology to relationship between deregulation of metabolism and cancer and provides current information in these fields of research.
Students will gain the essential knowledge to understand the current state of research in cancer, deregulated metabolism in cancer, and host-pathogen interactions in inflammation in health and disease.
Expertise, English language proficiency
The students will be graded based on the reports submitted at the end of the course.
The evolutionary drivers of invasiveness and dormancy 2Epithelial to mesenchyme transitionsMouse models of diseaseDrosophila as a model systemHigh throughput sequencing and association studies of a whole nationDevelopment of the melanocyte lineage and application of Genome editing technologiesEnvironmental radiation (DNA Damage and Repair)Cellular signalingThe ubiquitin systemHost-pathogen interactions and Inflammation in health and disease
Online Course Requirement
Goding Colin,Buffa Francesca Meteora,Jimenez Custodia Garcia,Mellor Jane,Filippakopoulos Panagis,Kyo Tosyu
Site for Inquiry
Link to the syllabus provided by the university