Courses

UNC-Chapel Hill

MED I234 – Hematology/Oncology

Course Directors: Frank Church, Georgette Dent, Alice Ma
Lectures: Cancer Chemotherapy I and II

CBIO 644 – Cell Signaling and Growth Control

Course Director: Jean Cook
Lectures: Small GTPases I and II

PHCO 701 – Introduction to Molecular Pharmacology

Course Director: Zefeng Wang
Lecture: Activation and Inactivation of Ras Superfamily GTP-binding Proteins

PHCO 702 – Principles of Pharmacology

Course Director: Ken McCarthy
Lectures: Cancer Chemotherapy I and II

PHCO 724 – Ras Superfamily Proteins and Signal Transduction

Course Directors: Channing J. Der and Adrienne D. Cox
Course Objectives: To develop an understanding of the state of the art in the broad realm of Ras family signal transduction, to appreciate what requestions remain confusing and unknown, and to foster students’ scientific development in areas of importance to them. The course involves seminars and discussions.

PHCO 737 – Target Based drug discovery

Course Directors: Channing J. Der and Adrienne D. Cox
Course Objectives: To promote a better understanding of how basic biomedical research can impact cancer treatment. To develop an understanding of how bench discoveries are translated to drug discovery and cancer treatment, with an emphasis on signal transduction inhibitors.

Courses Abroad:

Molecular and Clinical Aspects of Cancer

Location: University of Tromsø, Tromsø, Norway
Course Director: Eric Stanbridge
Lectures: Ras Superfamily Small GTPases, Signal Transduction and Cancer

Transducción de Señales

Location: Universidad de Buenos Aires, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Course Director: Carlos Davio
Lecture: Ras signaling and cancer drug discovery

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