ONCO 611 Proteomics for Precision Medicine (3 credits)

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Offered by: Gerald Bronfman Dept Oncology (Faculty of Medicine and Health Sciences)

Administered by: Graduate Studies


ONCO : Proteomic applications in medicine, including an introduction to mass spectrometry and related state-of-the-art proteomics techniques, and how these techniques can be used to answer important medical questions using clinical samples. The determination of levels and post-translational modifications of diagnostic/prognostic protein markers, the concentration of protein therapeutics in plasma, the simultaneous imaging of multiple proteins on tissue slices by MALDI-MS, and global proteome and phosphoproteome analyses to study signaling pathways. Additionally, strategies for data analysis and data interpretation using modern bioinformatic tools.

Terms: Winter 2024

Instructors: Borchers, Christoph (Winter)

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