E Michelakis

Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Medicine Dept Cardiology
Associate Chair Research, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Medicine Dept

Contact

Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Medicine Dept Cardiology
Email
evangelos.michelakis@ualberta.ca
Phone
(780) 407-1576
Address
Mackenzie Health Science Centre
8440 - 112 St
Edmonton AB
T6G 2B7

Associate Chair Research, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Medicine Dept
Email
evangelos.michelakis@ualberta.ca

Courses

MED 602 - Translational Research Training Program, Module I

The course aim is to understand principles of preclinical research and models of human disease that promote translation to early phase clinical trials. The syllabus includes a mix of short lectures, debate sessions, one-on-one and group discussions, along with student presentations on topical research oriented questions. This course is designed to align graduate students with the current trends in modern medical training and be effective translators of discovery and knowledge. Prerequisite: consent of Department.

Fall Term 2021
MED 604 - Translational Research Training Program, Module II

The course aim is to understand the principles in the conduct of early-phase versus large clinical trials and the requirements for successful translation of preclinical research: traditional and novel trial designs, endpoints, statistical challenges, regulatory and funding challenges, structure of translational teams and knowledge translation will be discussed. The syllabus includes a mix of short lectures, debate sessions, one-on-one and group discussions, along with student presentations on topical research oriented questions. This course will support graduate students to be effective translators of discovery and knowledge. Prerequisite: Mandatory for graduate students enrolled in MSc in Medicine -Translational Medicine; consent of Department.

Winter Term 2022
MED 606 - Translational Research Training Program, Module III

The course aim is to recognize the role of biomarkers in clinical research, including early phase trials and clinical care. Principles for the discovery of novel biomarkers at the preclinical and clinical level will be discussed. The syllabus includes a mix of short lectures, debate sessions, one-on-one and group discussions, along with student presentations on topical research oriented questions. This course is designed to align graduate students with the current trends in modern medical training and be effective translators of discovery and knowledge. Prerequisite: consent of Department.

Fall Term 2020
MED 608 - Translational Research Training Program, Module IV

The course aim is to discuss the principles of candidate drug targets in disease and drug design The importance of drug target validation at the cellular level, preclinical level and in clinical studies will be discussed. The syllabus includes a mix of short lectures, debate sessions, one-on-one and group discussions, along with student presentations on topical research oriented questions. This course is designed to align graduate students with the current trends in modern medical training and be effective translators of discovery and knowledge. Prerequisite: consent of Department.

Winter Term 2021

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