FriSC2 is a dynamic advanced training course that offers a fresh series of daily lectures on emerging concepts, followed by discussion and laboratory research over a week period. The participants garner the necessary knowledge of laboratory techniques, career mentoring and the ethical-legal-societal impact of cancer and stem cell research to greatly enhance their successful entry into this field.
This NIH sponsored course trains graduate and post-graduate, newly independent scientists and physicians from predominately underrepresented communities in sophisticated technologies using pluripotent stem cells for clinically relevant discoveries in cancer. The purpose of this training course is to provide comprehensive training in research strategies and state-of-the-art methods on cellular, molecular and genetic approaches for advancing Cancer Stem Cell Research.
Morehouse School of Medicine
National Institutes of Health/National Cancer
Institute, Magee-Womens Research Institute & Foundation,
Morehouse School of Medicine, and Ponce Health Sciences