Translational and Clinical Oncology
With the clinical oncology module we aim to give the view of cancer as a disease, differently from the module of basic oncobiology; Students will only have classes given by MD PhDs or MD PhD students that are practicing clinicians that perform patient oriented research (POR); Students will learn diagnosis, clinical characteristics, therapy and management aspects for the most frequent tumor types; Understanding the most frequent tumor types & the unmet medical needs in oncology POR research; Initiation of the students in the practice of translational & clinical research in oncology;- Acquisition of theoretical knowledge of the basic tumor types; Evaluation of data and compilation of clinical analysis with scientific rigor; Acquisition of skills in scientific communication.
Sofia Azambuja Duarte Santos Braga
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LECTURES - theoretical approach to the subjects; PRACTICAL LECTURES - presentation of journal clubs developed by students in the UC.
Presentation and Discussion (40%); Written examination (60%).
Cancer as a disease in the clinical, therapeutic and societal perspective.
The big 4 carcinomas: colon, prostate, breast and lung; The other relevant neoplasias: head & neck, upper digestive carcinomas (esophagus, gastric & pancreatic), gynecology (ovary, endometrium and cervix), genitourinary (kidney &bladder), hematology, neurooncology, melanoma; Psychooncology; Familial cancer & understand genetic risk; Translating the knowledge of molecular alterations into diagnosis, therapy in cancer; Clinical trials; Rational drug development, drug approval, cost; Legal & ethical aspects of POR research; Journal Club presentations; Preparation of scientific communications, oral and paper; National and foreign translational & clinical researchers of recognized merit in the respective scientific areas should be invited to minister lectures and seminars.
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