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Introduction to Translational Pathology NBM

Enrollment in this course is by invitation only

About This Course

The aim of the course is to learn mouse histology and compare it to human histology. The subject is very important, because mouse is widely used as a model for human diseases. In order to understand human disease-like manifestations in mouse models, such as in genetically modified mice, the normal mouse histology and its similarities and differences to human histology must be understood. Another aim of the course is to learn how to collect and process samples for histological analyses. Without this knowledge, it is not possible to estimate the quality of the samples and ignore possible artefacts.

Syllabus of the course

Requirements

Students should know the basics in histology and anatomy before starting the course.

Course Staff

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Leena Strauss

My name is Leena Strauss and I am the responsible teacher in this course. I am working as a senior lecturer at the University of Turku, Institute of Biomedicine.

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Janne Hakkarainen

My name is Janne Hakkarainen and I am an assisting teacher in this course. I have a MSc in Drug Discovery and PhD in Physiology. During my doctoral studies, I have educated myself with a Training Programme in Disease Modelling and I have been second corresponding teacher in two bioimaging courses with xenograft mouse models.

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