UC Davis Extension and Center for Genomic Pathology launch second tier of this unique program.
Davis, CA (PRWEB). Released on May 03, 2012
The Center for Genomic Pathology and UC Davis Extension announce a new course in the online series Pathobiology of the Mouse: Mouse as a Model for Mammary Cancer. This groundbreaking course is the first in the second tier of the program and is designed for experienced investigators at the doctoral level working in mammary tumor biology. The course includes case studies and interactive conferences with expert faculty. Now open for enrollment, the course is scheduled to launch on June 11, 2012.
According to Dr. Louise R. Howe, Associate Professor at Weill Cornell Medical College, “The Pathobiology of the Mouse Mammary Gland course will provide a fantastic introduction for researchers new to the field, while allowing more experienced investigators to refine their understanding of mammary histopathology. The course provides an accessible distillate of Dr. Bob Cardiff’s many years of experience focusing on mouse mammary pathobiology, accompanied by both historical and molecular perspectives.”
Courses Now Open for Enrollment:
In addition to the mammary course, both courses in the first tier of the program are also open for summer enrollment. Tier I is designed for technicians and all who work with GEM.
Tier I: The basics.
Pathobiology of the Mouse, Tier IA (121GNP101) begins June 11, 2012. Enroll now through July 6, 2012 and have 15 weeks to complete the course. $1,095 tuition / $895* for graduate students
Pathobiology of the Mouse, Tier IB (121GNP102) begins June 11, 2012. Enroll now through July 6, 2012 and have 15 weeks to complete the course. $1,195 tuition / $956* for graduate students
- Last chance to enroll at current pricing levels, prices will increase in the Fall.
Tier II: The next level
Mouse as a Model for Mammary Gland Cancer (121GNP201) begins June 11, 2012. Enroll now through July 6, 2012 and have 15 weeks to complete the course. $2,295 tuition / $1,836 for graduate students
Other courses in development for Tier II include prostate, toxicological pathology, leukemia, lymphoma and more.
New Mouse Pathobiology Training Modules Now Available
These modules were created from content in the landmark courses Pathobiology of the Mouse, Tiers IA and IB, and are expected to take between 3-8 hours to complete. *These modules can be taken to satisfy Continuing Medical Education credits.
Special Pricing and Discounts
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This activity has been planned and implemented in accordance with the Essential Areas and Policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME) through the joint sponsorship of the University of California, Davis Health System and the UC Davis Extension. The University of California, Davis Health System is accredited by the ACCME to provide continuing medical education for physicians.
The University of California, Davis Health System designates this live activity for a maximum of 12 AMA PRA Category 1 Credits™. Physicians should only claim credit commensurate with the extent of their participation in the activity.
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