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ASIP Summer Academy - Past Courses

Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease
Injury, Inflammation, Stem Cells, and Tissue Repair

Hilton Washington DC/Rockville Executive Meeting Center
Rockville, MD - USA, June 26-28, 2010
The Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease Summer Course (“ASIP 2010 Summer Academy”) was a 2-1/2 day in-depth overview of current and cutting edge cell and molecular biology of human diseases focusing on injury, inflammation, stem cells, and tissue repair. This course was designed for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, junior faculty, and scientists from industry desiring a better understanding of the mechanisms underlying basic physiologic processes and how those pathways contribute to pathology and disease.  For example, basic presentations on pathways of cell injury and apoptosis were linked with strategies to limit cell death; leukocyte recruitment and activation lead into informal discussions of atherosclerosis and septic shock.

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ASIP 2010 Summer Academy online course materials

Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease
Solid Tumors: Transcripts, Tyrosine Kinases, and Therapeutics

Hilton Arlington, Arlington VA
June 6-8, 2009
The 2009 ASIP Summer Academy focused on cancer pathobiology, genetics and new therapeutic approaches in personalized medicine. Fundamental aspects of the histopathology, natural history, and the molecular basis of neoplasia, with a focus on several major forms of cancers of the breast, colon, lung, liver, and brain were discussed.

ASIP MEMBERS: Access the online ASIP 2009 Summer Academy course materials and lectures online for your personal study and review.
ASIP 2009 Summer Academy online course materials

Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease
Injury, Inflammation, and Tissue Repair

Bethesda, MD
July 12-14-2008
The Molecular Mechanisms of Human Disease Summer Course was an in-depth overview of current and cutting edge cell and molecular biology of human diseases focusing on injury, inflammation, and tissue repair. This course was designed for graduate students, post-doctoral fellows, junior faculty, and scientists from industry desiring a better understanding of the mechanisms underlying basic physiologic processes and how those pathways contribute to pathology and disease. For example, basic presentations on pathways of cell injury and apoptosis were linked with strategies to limit cell death; leukocyte recruitment and activation were linked to informal discussions of atherosclerosis and septic shock.

ASIP MEMBERS: Access the online ASIP 2008 Summer Academy course materials and lectures online for your personal study and review.
ASIP 2008 Summer Academy online course materials