This is the first module on the MRes Cancer Sciences programme and is taken alongside MSc Clinical Oncology students.
The module aims to provide an update on the cellular lesions underlying the development of cancer.The module provides an essential underpinning to the subsequent modules by ensuring that you have the necessary background knowledge of recent advances in molecular medicine.
Topics Covered - Oncogenes, tumour suppressor genes, mechanisms of metastasis and apoptosis. The role of viruses, environmental carcinogens and chromosomal alterations in cancers will be discussed..
20 Masters level credits
Module attendance required
Compulsory introductory module taken in an intensive one week block at the start of the programme.
Module dates for 2019/20 to be confirmed shortly
MCQ examination - 12 November (1 hour in the morning)
3000 word written assignment
Academics involved in the delivery of this module
Organised by Dr Sally Roberts, School of Cancer Sciences and taught by senior academic staff within the School of Cancer Sciences.
Stand alone course
This module is available as a stand alone course. Please contact the Programme Administrator on +44 (0)121 414 3803
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