Denmark, Copenhagen

Advanced Methods of the Analysis of Protein Disease Mechanisms

when 15 August 2016 - 1 September 2016
language English
duration 3 weeks
credits 5 ECTS
fee EUR 667

The practice of clinical medicine is currently being revolutionized by rapid and extraordinary technological advances in molecular and cellular biology that have led to an unprecedented understanding of the molecular basis of human disease.Translating this knowledge into new clinical procedures and treatments demands a deeper understanding of disease-related proteins and their function.

Course leader

Amilcar Flores Morales

Target group

Medical, dentistry, veterinary, pharmacist and basic science graduates with a BSc degree in any biological science or chemistry are eligible to apply. The skills acquired in the course will be targeted to students aiming at a career in scientific research but also useful to those wishing to pursue a career in industry, clinical service or related disciplines.

Course aim

This MSc level course will provide excellent training in several general areas of protein research including mass spectrometry based methods for quantitative analysis of proteins and post-translational modifications, light microscopy-based analysis of protein signaling and protein-protein interactions, gene editing, and the use of immunological and genetic methods for analyzing chromatin-associated proteins.

Fee info

EUR 667: EU/EAA citizens
EUR 1200: Non- EU/EAA citizens