Inaugural patho-epidemiology of prostate cancer course

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The first run of the MMI course ‘Integrative methods for prostate cancer research: bridging molecular and population science’ took place in the Institute of Molecular Medicine St James’s Hospital on 14 June 2013.

Approximately fifty people attended this one-day course which provided in-depth exposure to fundamentals of epidemiology and molecular pathology of prostate cancer.

Lectures were followed by interactive small group discussion where participants applied material from the previous sessions by designing studies that integrated pathology and epidemiology.

Interactive discussion between course participants Dr Stephen Finn (TCD) and Prof Peter Hamilton (QUB) at the end of Prof Hamilton’s talk on Imaging techniques Dr Irene Shui (Harvard School of Public Health)
on the right leading a discussion with one group
of participants during the afternoon workshop

 

This MMI Course was run in collaboration with In collaboration with:

  • Faculty from the Department of Epidemiology at the Harvard School of Public Health
  • School of Medicine Dentistry and Biomedical Sciences Queens University Belfast
  • The Prostate Cancer Research Consortium

We also thank our sponsors Astellas Pharma and Janssen for their support.

 Further information on this MMI course can be found here