Monday, 1 October, 2018
Dendritic cells - Maria Rescigno - ICH, Milan
Natural killer cells - Domenico Mavilio - ICH, Milan
Macrophages/Innate immunity - Massimo Locati - ICH, Milan
Teacher: R. Visintin - Dates: 9-12 January 2018
1 lecture and 1 practical activity every day
Organizer: F. Ambrogi, University of Milan - Dates: 15-19 January 2018
The course will introduce the basic statistical tool and concepts of descriptive and inferential statistics. The lectures will be based on the book “Data Analysis for the Life Sciences with R”. The learning approach will also be through the direct use of the software “to relate the concepts to data analysis”. The book used for the course focuses on the use of the computer for doing data analysis rather than on mathematics. However some mathematical aspects will be explained to get better intuition of the algorithms behind the software itself. During the course the free R software will be introduced. Students are required to bring their own laptops with the most recent version of R installed.
Organizer: Ylli Doksani & Marina Mapelli
Dates: 22-26 January 2018
Organizer: Nils Gauthier
Dates: 29-31 January 2018
The course will cover all basic microscopy techniques and provide an overview of a broad range of innovative imaging approaches. Each lecture will include an overview of the topic and a presentation of the lecturer’s specific field of interest.
Organizer: Myriam Alcalay
Dates: 31/01- 02/02 2018
Organizers: D.Pasini, A. Bachi, T. Bonaldi - Dates: 14-21 February 2018
Organizer: Ugo Cavallaro IEO Milan
Dates: 22,23,26 February 2018
Teacher: Paolo Bruzzi, Ospedale San Martino, Genova
Dates: 5-6-7-12-13 March 2018
The general objective of the course is to provide participants with the skills and competences that are needed to review/prepare a clinical research project, or to write/review an article reporting the results of a clinical study.
More specifically, its aims include:
Teachers: Florence Didier, Alice Giudice, IEO
Dates: 3-4-9-16 April 2018
The aim is to propose a basic training for students interested in learning cancer patients needs and concerns, in learning the specificity of the role of the psychologist in Oncology.
Teacher: Alice Bonomi, Cardiologico Monzino
Dates: 10-13-16-23-24 April 2018
This Applied Biostatistics course provides an introduction to important topics in statistical concepts and reasoning. Each topic will be introduced with examples from published clinical research papers. This course also represents an introduction to basic epidemiological concepts covering study designs and sample size computation. easy-to-use software will be used such as SPSS software.
At the end of the course the learner will know the main concepts of statistics and the main SPSS commands useful for the design of a research protocol.
Teacher: Dario Monzani, IEO
Dates: 17-19 April, 7-8-10 May 2018
The main aim of the course is to introduce students to the psychological theory and empirical research related to decision-making in health and medicine. The psychology of medical decision-making could be useful to understand patient, physician and caregiver’s behavior, develop effective interventions to optimize decision-making in health and medicine and improve diagnoses and treatment. Specific learning objectives are:
Teorethical lessons and practicals
Organizer: A. Ciliberto, F. Ciccarelli - Dates: 17-18 September 2018
Organizer: M. Rescigno - Dates: 1-3 October 2018
Format 3-days course
Organizer: G. Testa / A. Croce - Date: 5 October 2018