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Those with owner priviledges on the newly created CaseCSB filer account (Dr. Sreenath, Radina, Jayant, Mike), have full permission to access/download as well as upload/change documents.  See Mike Weis if you have trouble logging in.   
Those with owner priviledges on the newly created CaseCSB filer account (Dr. Sreenath, Radina, Jayant, Mike), have full permission to access/download as well as upload/change documents.  See Mike Weis if you have trouble logging in.   
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Other participants in this seminar have only been granted read/download access to the course materials (presentations etc).  To have a presentation (or other materials) posted to this site, please email it to michael.weis@case.edu he will add it to the filing system, and create an appropriate link to it on this page.
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Welcome to the Summer Seminar Wiki!

The purpose of this seminar is to understand concepts and mechanisms in the biology of cancer, and interpret them in a systems context. Presentations will be given once weekly, according to the schedule below. Major topics of discussion are derived from the chapters of Weinberg's new text The Biology of Cancer. More details can be found in the Syllabus.

Available presentation slides can be accessed by clicking the title of the presentation topic for that day.

Presentation Schedule

Date Chapter Presenter
5/21 2: The Nature of Cancer and 3: Tumor Viruses Radina Soebiyanto
5/28 4: Cellular Oncogenes Jayant Avva
6/04 5: Growth Factors and Their Receptors and 6: Cytoplasmic Signaling Circuitry Programs Many of the Traits of Cancer Radina Soebiyanto
6/11 7: Tumor Suppressor Genes Mike Weis
6/18 8: pRb and Control of the Cell Cycle Clock Evren Gurken
6/25 9: p53 and Apoptosis: Master Guardian and Executioner Ari Kanters
7/09 10: Eternal Life: Cell Immortalization and Tumorigenesis Akshai Singh
7/16 11: Multistep Tumorigenesis Akshay Sridhar
7/23 12: Maintenance of Genomic Integrity and the Development of Cancer TBD
7/30 13: Dialogue Replaces Monologue: Heretotypic Interactions and the Biology of Angiogenesis TBD
8/06 14: Moving Out: Invasion and Metastasis TBD
8/13 15: Crowd Control: Tumor Immunology and Immunotherapy TBD


How Do I Post My Presentation?

Those with owner priviledges on the newly created CaseCSB filer account (Dr. Sreenath, Radina, Jayant, Mike), have full permission to access/download as well as upload/change documents. See Mike Weis if you have trouble logging in.

Other participants in this seminar have only been granted read/download access to the course materials (presentations etc). To have a presentation (or other materials) posted to this site, please email it to michael.weis@case.edu and he will add it to the filing system, and create an appropriate link to it on this page.

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