Oncology 401

401 - Introduction to Experimental Oncology

Semester I; 2 credits. This course is the first in a series of courses offered by the Department of Oncology covering much of the field of basic oncology. The objective of Oncology 401 is to introduce the student to the biological processes and mechanisms associated with the characteristics of neoplasia. Oncology 401 is given every fall semester and is open to both graduate and undergraduate students. Prerequisites: Biology and organic chemistry or consent of instructor. Biochemistry, genetics, and physiology recommended.

Instructors - Paul Lambert and Richard Halberg

Text: H.C. Pitot, Fundamentals of Oncology, 4th edition, Marcel Dekker, Inc., NY, 2002.