An Introduction to Clinical Oncology for Cancer Researchers
Intended for graduate students with an interest in cancer research. Students are exposed to concepts of modern oncology from a clinical perspective, including pathology, radiation therapy, systemic therapy, and even psychological support. The goal is to provide a "real world" view of the progress and challenges associated with cancer diagnosis and treatment. Includes lectures by practicing physicians and other clinical staff, as well as student-led presentations of primary literature.
Graduate course in the Biochemistry and Microbiology program offered by the Faculty of Graduate Studies.