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Department of Cancer Biomedical Science

History

- Mar. 2014 Department of System Cancer Science
- Mar. 2017 Department of Cancer Biomedical Science

Overview

Students in Department of Cancer Biomedical Science will be trained in a relative substantive area and be prepared to study causes of cancer and to establish a plan for cancer therapeutics. The program is an interdisciplinary curriculum covers initiative cancer science, cancer science for system biology and new therapeutics.

Core Courses
  • Integrated Cancer Sciences and Medicine
  • Cancer by Organ-site
Elective Courses
  • Molecular and Cellular Approaches to Human Cancer
  • Cancer Cell Signaling
  • Biostatistics in Clinical Research and Molecular Biology
  • Hallmarks of Cancer
  • Integrative Cancer-omics
  • Cancer Molecular Epidemiology
  • Cancer Immunology
  • Basic & Clinical Oncology
  • Translational Oncology: Bench to Bedsice
  • Ethics for Biomedical Scientists
  • Trends in Biomedical Research I
  • Trends in Biomedical Research II

Research and Practice

  • Principle and practice of Cancer Therapeutics
  • Development of Cancer Biomarkers from Basic Science
  • Fundamentals of Statistics for Cancer Research
  • Molecular Imaging and Cancer Biomarkers
  • Biomedical Techniques for Cancer Diagnostics
  • Clinical Apprenticeship
  • Cell and Animal Models in Cancer Research
  • Bio-Medical Technology Foresights
  • Clinical Applications of Bioanalytical Methods in Drug Development
  • Basics of Genomics
  • Experimental Design for the Biologisit
  • Biological Therapeutics
  • Experimental Radiation Biology
  • Cancer Research Techniques
Thesis Research
  • Thesis Wirting

* NCC-GCSP offers all classes during daytime and all classes are taught in English.

Overview

Students in Department of Cancer Biomedical Science will be trained in a relative substantive area and be prepared to study causes of cancer and to establish a plan for cancer therapeutics. The program is an interdisciplinary curriculum covers initiative cancer science, cancer science for system biology and new therapeutics.

Elective Courses
  • Biomarkers and Cancer Therapeutics
  • Cell Communication in Translational Research
  • Biomedical Informatics for precision medicine
  • Origin and Evolution of Cancer
  • Molecular Genetics for Cancer Therapeutics
  • Development of Nonclinical Platform for Cancer Therapeutics
  • Gene and Immuno-therapy
  • Nanomedicine
  • Principles of Medicinal Chemistry
  • Radiation Therapy: Current Strategies, Challenges, and Opportunities

Research and Practice

  • Genetic Epidemiology in Cancer Research
  • Research Protocol Development in Cancer Clinical Trials
  • Drug Discovery for the Cancer: from Principles to Patient
  • Basics of Clinical Genomics and Bioinformatics
  • Epidemiologic Translation of Cancer Biomarker for the Cancer Prevention
  • Non-coding RNAs and Cancer
  • Epigenetic Cancer Biomarkers
  • Clinical Advances in Oncologic Biomarkers
  • Tumor Microenvironment in Cancer Metastasis
  • Cancer Immune Environment and New Biomarkers
  • Cancer Mtabolism
  • Cancer Stem Cell
  • Modeling of Cancer Evolution
  • Molecular Evolution of Drug Resistance
  • Clinical Genomics and Precision Medicine
  • Functional Genomics for Cancer Biomarkers
  • Application of Cancer Biomakers for the Cancer Precision Medicine
  • Molecular Imaging & Cancer Molecular Diagnostics
  • Theragnostics for Targeted Therapy
  • Biomedical Micro- and Nano-technology
  • Nucleic Acid-based Theragnostics
  • Nano-biomedical Applications
  • Development of Clinical Platform for the Companion Diagnostics
  • Biosensors and Biochips: Principles and Applications in Cancer Detection
  • Advanced Techniques for Cancer Diagnostics and Detection
  • Microvesicles Based Diagnosis for the Metasitatic Cancer
  • Prognostic Appraoches Using Circulating Cancer Cells
  • Clinical Advances in Cancer Therapeutics
  • Biological Therapeutics Development
  • Medicinal chemistry and molecular modeling
  • Application of Animal Models in Cancer Research
  • Development of Human Tumor Models
  • Development of Clinical Platform for Anti-cancer Therapeutics
  • Immune Therapeutics & Engineering
  • Genetic Engineering & Therapeutics
  • Practical Approaches for Cell Therapeutics
  • Development of Radio-sensitizer Models & Cinical Trial
  • Bio-physical Modulation of Selective Radio-sensitivity
  • Bio-Medical Device
  • Biomedical Programming
  • Cell-based Aptamer Development & Engineering
  • Protein-base Aptamer Development & Engineering
Thesis Research
  • Advanced Thesis Wirting

* NCC-GCSP offers all classes during daytime and all classes are taught in English.


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