Learning methods & activities

Syllabus

The course designed to train oncologists across 4 areas of advance clinical practice:

Translational Oncology

Rotational exposure to clinical oncology

Supervised by the clinical faculty

Accompanying senior oncologists at Queens NRI hospital

Advanced Molecular Pathology

Interactive review

Lectures to understand the platforms

Clinical interpretation and assay development

Hands-on training using clinical samples for PCR, RT-PCR, Sanger sequencing, Immunohistochemistry, Fluorescence in situ Hybridization, Flow Cytometry, and NGS

Translational Oncology

Clinical Trials

Fellows will design a clinical study under faculty guidance

Training will include

Data analysis

Ethics

Nof1 trials

Merits and demerits of departures from conventional randomization

Projects

Projects

  • Translational oncology project at VCR Park
  • Dedicating time to ongoing projects
  • Project assignments at the end of the 1st week

Schedule

Topics/week
1Genetics & Molecular Biology 2Molecular Pathology Lectures 3-8Hands-on PCR, RT-PCR, Sanger, IHC, FISH, FACTS
3-8 Contd..PCR, RT-PCR, Sanger, IHC, FISH, FACTS
9Next Generation Sequencing 10Hands-on NGS 11Bioinformatics 12Clinical Interpretation
13Clinical Research 14-16 Contd..Clinical Trials
17Translational Oncology 18Regulatory 19-20Review Assignment
21Assessment 22-23Thesis 24Defense

How to apply

How to apply

Translational oncology project at VCR Park Dedicating time to ongoing projects.
Project assignments at the end of the 1st week

  • 1. 1-page resume
  • 2. Statement of purpose
  • 3. Summary of clinical experience
  • 4. 1 letter of recommendation
  • 5. Copy of medical degree(s)

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For further information, please contact info@vcrpark.com