Stem cell differentiation: MicroRNAs and transcription factors as determinants of cell phenotype
A 40 h module consisting of lectures, guest lectures, research seminars, group work (including the use of Mir@nt@n-based informatics) and practical courses
To describe microRNA and transcription factor (TF) interaction as a key regulatory system in the determination of cell phenotype through regulation of marker gene expression. To describe how microRNA signatures of cell phenotypes are determinants for normal organ functioning and pathophysiology.
Where and when : Domus Medica, University of Oslo, Institute of Basic Medical Science, Department of Biochemistry: Norwegian Center for Stem Cell Research. 31/1-2011 - 3/2-2011.
How to register:
See following link: http://www.uio.no/studier/emner/medisin/med/MF9430/index.xml
Organizer: Jan Oxholm Gordeladze, professor, PhD. E-mail: email@example.com
Monday 31.1: 09.00-9.45, 10.00-10.45 og 11.00-11.45 Domus Odontologica Seminarrom GA02 A1.1004 Stem cells, self renewal and differentiation potential, professor Joel Glover, Avd. for Fysiologi, IMB, UiO MicroRNA, synthesis and function, professor Jan O. Gordeladze, Avd. for Biokjemi, IMB, UiO MicroRNAs and transcription factors in stem cell renewal, professor Jan O. Gordeladze
Tuesday 1.2: 09.00-09.45 Domus Odontologica Auditorium GA02 A1.1001 MicroRNAs as disease markers: focus on the immune system and inflammation, professor Enikö Sonkoly, Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sverige
Thursday 3.2: 09.00-09.45 Domus Odontologica Auditorium GA02 A1.1001 MicroRNAs and cancer: predictors and modifiers of chemo-and radiotherapy in different tumour types, professor Joerg Haier, Comprehensive Cancer Center, University of Muenster, Tyskland