Search result: Catalogue data in Spring Semester 2019
|Health Sciences and Technology Master|
|Major in Molecular Health Sciences|
|Electives Courses I|
|551-0326-00L||Cell Biology||W||6 credits||4V||S. Werner, M. Bordoli, R. Henneberger, W. Kovacs, M. Schäfer, U. Suter, A. Wutz|
|Abstract||This Course introduces principle concepts, techniques, and experimental strategies used in modern Cell Biology. Major topics include: neuron-glia interactions in health and disease; mitochondrial dynamics; stem cell biology; growth factor action in development, tissue repair and disease; cell metabolism, in particular sensing and signaling mechanisms, cell organelles, and lipid metabolism.|
|Objective||-To prepare the students for successful and efficient lab work by learning how to ask the right questions and to use the appropriate techniques in a research project.|
-To convey knowledge about neuron-glia interactions in health and disease.
- To provide information on different types of stem cells and their function in health and disease
-To provide information on growth factor signaling in development, repair and disease and on the use of growth factors or their receptors as drug targets for major human diseases
-To convey knowledge on the mechanisms underlying repair of injured tissues
-To provide the students with an overview of mitochondrial dynamics.
-Providing an understanding of RNA processing reactions and their regulations.
-To provide a comprehensive understanding of metabolic sensing mechanisms occurring in different cell types and organelles in response to glucose, hormones, oxygen, nutrients as well as lipids, and to discuss downstream signaling pathways and cellular responses.
-To provide models explaining how disturbances in complex metabolic control networks and bioenergetics can lead to disease and to highlight latest experimental approaches to uncover the intricacies of metabolic control at the cellular and organismal level.
-Providing the background and context that foster cross-disciplinary scientific thinking.
|376-0209-00L||Molecular Disease Mechanisms||W||6 credits||4V||C. Wolfrum, H. Gahlon, M. Kopf|
|Abstract||In this course the mechanisms of disease development will be studied. Main topics will be: |
1. Influence of environmental factors with an emphasis on inflammation and the immune response.
2. Mechanisms underlying disease progression in metabolic disorders, integrating genetic and environmental factors.
3. Mechanisms underlying disease progression in cancer, integrating genetic and environment
|Objective||To understand the mechanisms governing disease development with a special emphasis on genetic and environmental associated components|
|Lecture notes||All information can be found at:|
The enrollment key will be provided by email
|551-0318-00L||Immunology II||W||3 credits||2V||A. Oxenius, M. Kopf, S. R. Leibundgut, E. Wetter Slack, further lecturers|
|Abstract||Introduction into the cellular and molecular basis of the immune system and immune responses against diverse pathogens, tumors, transplants, and self (autoimmunity)|
|Objective||The lectures will provide a detailed understanding:|
- how innate and adaptive immune responses interact at the cellular and molecular level.
- how the immune system recognizes and fights against pathogenic microorganisms including viruses, bacteria, and parasites.
- why lymphocytes tolerate self molecules.
- about function and dysfunction the intestinal immune system.
- immunopathology and inflammatory diseases.
|Content||The aim of lecture is to understand:|
> How pathogens are recognized by the innate immune system
> Immune defense against various pathogens
> Immunology of the skin, lung and intestines
> Tumor immunology
> Migration and homing of immune cells
> tolerance and autoimmunity
> T cell memory
|Lecture notes||Presentations of the lecturers are available at the Moodle link|
|Literature||Recommended: Kuby Immunology (Freeman)|
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