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FHS MEDICAL SCIENCES

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FHS PHYSIOLOGICAL SCIENCES

MICHAELMAS TERM 2010

   

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9.00

Introduction to Ion Channels 1

SJT

Pha

 

N

L

Regulating transcription initiation

SM

Pha

MM

L

Macrophages

FM

Pha

I

L

Receptor Molecular Biology

MR

Pha

 

S

L

Advances in ion channel structure, gating and permeation

SJT

3

 

N

S

9.00

                           

10.00

Pattern recognition receptors

MJA

Pha

 

I

L

Overview of the cardiac action potential

PS

Phy

 

M

L

The role of Chromatin in gene expression

SM

Pha

MM

L

From single channel to action potential

SJT

Pha

 

N

L

       

10.00

1

11.00

 

FHS refresher session for Medics (11.00 - 12.00)

Chair

LT

All

       

11.00

12.00

         

12.00

1

Monday

2.00

Introduction to cardiac physiology

DJP

Phy

M

L

Introduction to Ion Channels 2

SJT

Pha

 

N

L

 

RNA processing / techniques

 

SM

3

MM

S

Complement structure and links to diseases

SML

3

 

I

S

2.00

11-Oct

3.00

Endocrine Paracrine

JFM

Pha

 

S

L

   

3.00

 

4.00

Cell and genome organisation

SM

Pha

MM

L

Second Messengers

GCC

Pha

 

S

L

 

Peacemaker mechanisms

DAT

Phy

M

L

Hormone Action

 

HCC

3

 

S

S

4.00

                       

5.00

CD8 T cells

PK

Pha

 

I

L

Cardiac ion channels

ABP

Phy

 

M

L

         

5.00

9.00

Ion channels in pain and sensation

SJT

Pha

 

N

L

RNA export and stability

SM

Pha

MM

L

Unconventional T cells

MS

Pha

I

L

G-Protein-Coupled Receptors

GCC

Pha

 

S

L

Channelopathies

 

SJT

3

 

N

S

9.00

                           

10.00

Dendritic cells

AJ

Pha

 

I

L

Sudden cardiac death

DJP

Phy

 

M

L

Controlling translation

SM

Pha

MM

L

Postsynaptic mechanisms: Excitation

MDG

Pha

 

N

L

     

10.00

2

11.00

 

Statistics Workshop SIGNUP REQUIRED

KBh

CAL

W

     

11.00

12.00

11.15

- 12.45

12.00

2

Monday

2.00

Arrhythmias

DAT

Phy

M

L

Ligand gated ion channels and ionotropic receptors

SDB

Pha

 

N

L

 

Additional mechanisms controlling gene expression / techniques

SM

3

MM

S

The anatomy of immune responses

 

KJM

3

 

I

S

2.00

18-Oct

3.00

Signals & Drug Discovery

GCC

Pha

 

S

L

Presynaptic mechanisms: transmitter release

MDG

Pha

 

N

L

 

3.00

 

4.00

Co-ordinating RNA processing & transcription

SM

Pha

MM

L

Receptors and drugs

DAT

Pha

 

S

L

Electrophysiological modelling (4.00-5.00)

DN

Phy

M

L

Mechanical modulation of heart rate

PK

Phy

M

L

Bioinformatics of cell signalling proteins

 

JP

CAL

 

S

S

4.00

                           

5.00

CD4 effector T cells

KJM

Pha

 

I

L

Clinical management of arrhythmias

MON

Phy

 

M

L

 

Cellular mechanisms of mechanical modulation

PK

Phy

M

L

         

5.00

9.00

Postsynaptic mechanisms: Inhibition

KL

Pha

 

N

L

Beyond neurotransmission

(9.00-10.00)

SJC

Pha

 

N

L

NK cells specificity and signalling

FC

Pha

I

L

Calcium entry mechanisms

ABP

Pha

 

S

L

Synapses in networks: Synapses in networks: hippocampal

JC

3

 

N

S

9.00

10.00

Antigen receptors signalling

OA

Pha

 

I

L

Calcium signalling

 

DAT

Phy

 

M

L

X chromosome inactivation and fragile X syn.

GKB

Pha

MM

L

Optical control of targeted neurons in functioning circuits

GAM

Pha

 

N

L

rhythms and behaviour

10.00

3

11.00

 

Statistics Workshop SIGNUP REQUIRED

KBh

CAL

 

W

     

11.00

 

12.00

11.15

- 12.45

12.00

3

Monday

2.00

Calcium handling

ABP

Phy

M

L

Chemical monitoring of monoamine transmission

MEW

Pha

 

N

L

   

Paired receptors (2.00-4.00)

 

ANB

3

 

I

S

2.00

25-Oct

3.00

Calcium Release

GCC

Pha

 

S

L

Prader-Willi and Angelman syndromes (3.00 - 4.00)

GKB

LT

MM

L

 

Synapses in networks

(2.00-4.00)

TJE

UG

 

N

S

3.00

 

4.00

Genomic Imprinting

GKB

Pha

MM

L

Calcium and cell function

GCC

Pha

 

S

L

Autonomic control (4.00-6.00)

DJP

Phy

M

L

pH regulation in the heart

 

RV-J

Phy

M

L

Fluorescent techniques

 

GCC

3

 

S

S

4.00

               

5.00

The use of genetic diseases to understand CD8

GMG

Pha

 

I

L

Frank-Starling mechanism

PK

Phy

 

M

L

                 

5.00

9.00

Sensory Transduction

AJP

Pha

 

N

L

Mitochondrial genetics

GKB

Pha

MM

L

Lymphocyte receptor triggering: models and biophysics

EJE

Pha

I

L

Calcium signals and disease

AG

Pha

 

S

L

Tinnitus: ringing in the ears or in the brain?

FRN

3

 

N

S

9.00

10.00

Antigen receptors: diversity, structure and function

PAvdM

Pha

 

I

L

Myocardial ischemia (10.00-12.00, Small LT)

RV-J

Phy

 

M

L

Mitochondrial diseases, nuclear control of mtDNA stability

GKB

Pha

MM

L

Neural Codes

JS

Pha

 

N

L

10.00

4

11.00

         

11.00

12.00

12.00

Monday

2.00

Myocardial biology of NO

BSC

Phy

M

L

Neurons as Filters, Signals and Systems

JS

Pha

 

N

L

Clinical School Open Day (1.00-4.00)

JR

Clinical Genetic aspects of triplet expansion diseases (1.00-

AHN

3

MM

S

NKT cells recognition of pathogens

(2.00-4.00)

MS

3

 

I

S

2.00

4

1-Nov

3.00

Calcium buffering

ABP

Pha

 

S

L

 

Academic Centre, John Radcliffe Hospital

3.00)

The ascending auditory system

(2.00-4.00)

VMB

UG

 

N

S

3.00

4.00

Myotonic dystrophy and Huntington disease

GKB

Pha

MM

L

Spatial and temporal calcium

ABP

Pha

 

S

L

contact carolyn.cook@medsci.ox.ac.uk for information

Cardiac metabolism

DT

Phy

M

L

Calcium journal club

 

GCC

3

 

S

S

4.00

5.00

Negative and positive selection in B and T cells

RJC

Pha

 

I

L

Inotropic agents

 

DAT

Phy

 

M

L

 

Sensory Representations and Perception (5.00-6.00)

JS

Phy

 

N

L

& AG

5.00

9.00

Sound and the Ear

JS

Pha

 

N

L

Ovarian function and fertility

SAW

Pha

MM

L

Towards vaccination strategies

MCM

Pha

I

L

Ion channels

ABP

Pha

 

S

L

The role of the cholinergic basal forebrain in central auditory

VMB

3

 

N

S

9.00

10.00

Introduction to mechanisms of microbial pathogenesis

SDB

Pha

 

I

L

Complex Sounds, Speech and Pitch (10.00-11.00)

JS

Pha

 

N

L

Apert syndrome: FGFR2 mutations and…

AOMW

Pha

MM

L

Visual Signals and Pathways

AJP

Pha

 

N

L

processing and plasticity

 

10.00

5

11.00

 

Statistics Workshop SIGNUP REQUIRED

KBh

CAL

W

     

11.00

12.00

11.15

- 12.45

12.00

5

Mon

2.00

Sodium & volume homeostasis

RJW

Phy

M

L

Spatial Hearing

 

JS

Pha

 

N

L

 

Egg activation

JP

3

MM

L

Host-pathogen interactions

(2.00-4.00)

KJM

3

 

I

S

2.00

8-Nov

3.00

Ion pumps 1

RJW

Pha

 

S

L

     

Learning to localise sounds

(2.00-4.00)

FRN

UG

 

N

S

3.00

 

4.00

Sperm Development

JP

Pha

MM

L

Ion pumps 2

 

RJW

Pha

 

S

L

 

Renal pressure homeostasis

RJW

Phy

M

L

Volume regulation

 

RJW

3

 

S

S

4.00

                       

5.00

TB Vaccinology

HM

Pha

 

I

L

Vascular smooth muscle

ABP

Phy

 

M

L

 

Analysis of imprinting Gene Expression

(4.00-6.00)

JP2

3

MM

S

     

5.00

9.00

Striate Cortex

AJP

Pha

 

N

L

Embryo Implantation

FAB

Pha

MM

L

Bacterial Immune System Evasion

SML

Pha

I

L

Diseases and transporters

DCIG

Pha

 

S

L

Connectivity between auditory and prefrontal cortices

VMB

3

 

N

S

9.00

10.00

Bacterial secretion systems

SML

Pha

 

I

L

Adrenocorticoid control of the circulation

HCC

Phy

 

M

L

Immunology of Human Pregnancy

ILS

Pha

MM

L

Mechanisms of Attention

AJP

Pha

 

N

L

10.00

6

11.00

 

Statistics Workshop SIGNUP REQUIRED

KBh

CAL

W

     

11.00

12.00

11.15

- 12.45

12.00

6

Mon

2.00

Cerebral blood flow

PCGN

Phy

M

L

Visual Motion

 

AJP

Pha

 

N

L

 

Workshop on ethical/legal issues surrounding ART

IG

3

MM

S

Neisserial strategies

(2.00-4.00)

CMT

3

 

I

S

2.00

15-Nov

3.00

Ion channels and disease

ABP

Pha

 

S

L

   

The role of descending connections

(2.00-4.00)

VMB

UG

 

N

S

3.00

 

4.00

Stem Cells and Early Development

LR

Pha

MM

L

pH regulation

 

PS

Pha

 

S

L

   

pH Signalling

 

PS

3

 

S

S

4.00

                       

5.00

Toll Structures

VK

Pha

 

I

L

Local metabolic & myogenic control of tissue flow

FF

Phy

 

M

L

 

Binocular Vision (5.00-6.00)

AJP

Pha

 

N

L

     

5.00

9.00

LTP induction

NJE

Pha

 

N

L

Axis formation in vertebrate embryos

SS

Pha

MM

L

Thymus organogenesis

PJF

Pha

I

L

Brain control of thyroid

HCC

Pha

S

/ N

L

Synaptic plasticity seminar

 

TBC

3

 

N

S

9.00

10.00

Sites of early hematopoiesis

PJF

Pha

 

I

L

Cardiovascular effects of anaesthesia

RDE

Phy

 

M

L

Genetic regulation of segmentation

CW

Pha

MM

L

The dentritic spine

NJE

Pha

 

N

L

10.00

7

11.00

         

11.00

12.00

12.00

Mon

2.00

Cardiovascular performance and exercise

DJP

Phy

M

L

LTP expression

 

NJE

Pha

 

N

L

 

Techniques in Developmental Biology

 

CW &

3

MM

S

Stem Cell Therapies

 

PJF

3

 

I

S

2.00

7

22-Nov

3.00

Signalling the LH surge

JFM

Pha

S

/ N

L

 

JLB

3.00

4.00

Patterning events in the oocyte and early embryo

CW

Pha

MM

L

Brain stress signalling

HCC

Pha

Lin the oocyte and early embryo CW Pha MM L Brain stress signalling HCC Pha  

 

Neuroendocrine pulses

JFM

3

S

/ N

S

4.00

5.00

Molecular mechanisms of hematopoiesis

PJF

Pha

 

I

L

Cardiac hypertrophy

BSC

Phy

Lof hematopoiesis PJF Pha   I L Cardiac hypertrophy BSC Phy Aerospace physiology & medicine TGS

Aerospace physiology & medicine

TGS

Phy

M
M

L

5.00

9.00

LTD

NJE

Pha

 

N

L

Limb patterning

 

JLB

Pha

MM

L

 

Brain control of appetite

JFM

Pha

S

/ N

L

Synaptic plasticity seminar

 

TBC

3

 

N

S

9.00

                           

10.00

Selection of the T cell repertoire

PJF

Pha

 

I

L

Atherosclerosis 2

 

DRG

Phy

 

M

L

Left/right axis determination

DN

Pha

MM

L

       

10.00

11.00

         

11.00

8

12.00

12.00

2.00

Vascular endothelium

CJG

Phy

M

L

Spike timing and plasticity

CA

Pha

 

N

L

The role of autophagy in T cell repertoire selection (2.00 -

AKS

UG

I

L

Heart development

SS

3

MM

L

Thymic selection of regulatory T cells (2.00-3.00)

SPC

Pha

 

I

L

2.00

8

Mon

3.00

Control of circadian rhythm

RGF

Pha

S

/ N

L

 

4.00)

Evolutionary developmental biology

PWHH

3

MM

S

Synaptic plasticity in learning and memory (2.00-3.00)

JNPR

LT

 

N

S

3.00

29-Nov

4.00

Hox and homeotic selector genes

CW

Pha

MM

L

Signalling for parturition

JFM

Pha

S

/ N

L

             

4.00

 
       
 

Hyperlipidaemia & statins (4.00-5.00)

RC

Phy

M

L

         

Seminar: Primary literature on atherosclerosis

DRG

Phy

M

S

Dendrites and lactation

 

JFM

3

S

/ N

S

 
                 

5.00

Mechanisms and consequences of Thymic Involution

PJF

Pha

 

I

L

Hypertrophic cardiomyopathy

HCW

Phy

 

M

L

               

5.00

         
 

Atherosclerosis 1 (5.00-6.00)

DRG

Phy

M

L

           

KEY TO FHS TIMETABLE:

 

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Phy

Sherrington Building, DPAG Department of Pharmacology

 

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Neuroscience Molecular Medicine Myocardial, vascular & respiratory biology Infection & Immunity

 

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Seminar

To be confirmed

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Path Sir William Dunn School of Pathology

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Workshop

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LT

MSTC, Lecture Theatre MSTC, 3rd Floor Seminar Room MSTC, UG Floor Seminar Room

 
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