Cancer is a complex set of diseases that can arise in any cell of the body capable of evading normal regulatory mechanisms. It typically affects functioning of multiple body systems. Improvements in understanding the biology of cancer have resulted in substantial changes in its prevention, detection, and treatment in recent years.
This course is mainly designed for professions with medical and biomedical background who would like to understand more about the fundamental cancer traits.
During this course you’ll learn in-depth information about the structure and function of normal cells and cancer cells. We will teach you to understand the behaviour of cancer cells vs non-cancerous cells with particular focus on molecular and cell biology. For example, you will learn about the cell structure, cell cycle and division, different mutations, oncogenes and protooncogenes, biologic hallmarks of cancer, diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of cancers.
In this course we use different educational materials and opportunities to interact online alongside more traditional teaching methods. For example, we offer face-to-face teaching sessions, online lectures, live tutorials, and discussion forums. Moreover, we provide the students with the necessary online materials that they can assess any time through the course. This facilitates self-study and progression as well as allows the student to study remotely.
At the end of the course you’ll gain a certificate of attendance at the end of the course.
The course is suitable for anyone with a general interest in the science behind causes of cancer disease. No previous knowledge or experience is required.
You’ll use web-based online material to provide you with the appropriate theoretical background of the main themes used in the course. You should expect to spend about 10 hours studying the online material.
The course includes:
You can attend the course in the following date:
10 September 2021
If you’re interested in attending the course, email us in email@example.com to enrol in the course.
You’ll be interacting with peers from a wide range of horizons, both geographically and professionally. You’ll be able to network, create new professional relationships and learn from each others’ skills.
Other reasons why you should attend the course are to:
This course is a useful advanced information for to medical students to learn in-depth information about cell biology of cancer
By the end of this course you should be able to:
Identify resources which can be used to find out more about the developments in cancer medicines.
If the course has to be cancelled due to unforeseen circumstances, we’ll endeavour to give you as much notice as possible and you’ll receive a full refund for the course cost.