|SCIENTIFIC DISCIPLINARY SECTOR||MED/15|
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Hematology course will provide the cellular and molecular bases to understand the development of modern therapeutic strategies for hematological disorders. In particular, special emphasis will be placed on “target therapy” that is the strategy of targeting the molecular mechanisms of the diseases
KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
To understand the main molecular mechanisms underlying the development of neoplastic diseases to interpret correctly “targeted therapy” approach.
APPLYING KNOWLEDGE AND UNDERSTANDING
To be able to perform a proper clinical approach to plan the proper therapy for a single patient.
Hematology course will include hematology classes (=14 hours)
Therapy of mieloproliferative disorders
-Therapy of acute leukemias
-Therapy of lymphomas
-Therapy of chronic lymphocitic leukemia
-Therapy of Multiple myeloma
-Therapy of emorragic and thrombotic disorders
-Principles of blood transfusion
AA.VV.-Goldman’s Cecil Medicine. Saunders (24th Edition, 2012)
AA.VV.-Harrison’s Principles of Internal Medicine. McGraw Hill (19th ed., 2015)
Office hours: Students can reach Prof. RM Lemoli by e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
DIEGO BAGNASCO (President)
ANDREA DE MARIA (President)
GIOVANNI PASSALACQUA (President)
EDOARDO GIOVANNI GIANNINI
ROBERTO MASSIMO LEMOLI
DAVIDE CARLO MAGGI
FRANCESCA CHIARA VIAZZI
ROBERTO PONTREMOLI (President and Coordinator of Integrated Course)
All class schedules are posted on the EasyAcademy portal.
Student must stand a final examination which is related to the entire I.C., and includes all the disciplines - to verify the achievement of required learning outcomes. The final mark is expressed in fractions of 30.To pass final exam students have to answer correctly at least enough questions to totalize18 points. Multiple choice questions will be based on all the topics of the course and will be designed to test the level of knowledge and ability of in-depth clinical analysis and skills developed by the student.