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BBCT Part A: Pharmacology, Chemotherapy & Molecular Biology (FRCR 1)

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This programme is run as a 5 day lecture series and includes examination practice sessions.

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Due to the current pandemic and to keep everyone safe, this 5 day teaching programme will run over a series of streamed live zoom lectures. Link to zoom will be emailed to all registered candidates.

Exam practice sessions will be formatted via Q&A sessions facilitated via zoom break out rooms followed by discussion and answer sessions.

All lectures will be recorded and links to the recordings will be available post-live event via One Drive to all registered candidates for revision purposes.

Course information:

The Cancer Studies Research Group based at The Christie School of Oncology & Cancer Research UK Manchester Institute play a major role in allowing Specialist Registrars in Clinical & Medical Oncology to fulfil the academic side of their training. This programme is run as a 5 day lecture series and includes examination practice sessions. Monday to Wednesday will focus on molecular biology & immunotherapy and Thursday and Friday will cover pharmacology and chemotherapy

Bookings options are available to attend all/part of the programme

Topics covered:

  • Pharmacology & drug toxicity
  • Pharmacokinetics
  • Angiogenesis
  • Immunotherapy & vaccines
  • Cancer genetics
  • Apoptosis
  • Clinical pharmacology
  • High dose chemotherapy
  • Exam practice sessions
  • Chemotherapy principles & drug resistance

Target audience:

Royal College Accredited Training Course for Clinical & Medical Oncology Specialist Registrars  (Clinical Pharmacology, Chemotherapy, Molecular Biology)

Teaching method:

Live zoom Lectures & Exam Practice

Further info:

Email julie.edwards@manchester.ac.uk or call 0161 306 6087

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