Molecular chaperones and cellular protein homeostasis

BCH 2024H

In this course, different molecular chaperone families will be discussed in detail. The structure and mechanism of function of these chaperones will be described and their cellular functions will be examined.

Course Next Offered

Winter 2019

Course Time and Location

The course will be held 10 am – 12 pm on the following days:

Thursday, March 14 (2019)
Course organization (10 am – 10:15 am)
Hsp90 (10:15 am – 12 pm)

Thursday, March 21 (2019)
Hsp70/Hsp40 part 1 (10 am – 11 am)
Student presentation (11 am – 12 pm)

Thursday, March 28 (2019)
Hsp70/Hsp40 part 2 (10 am – 11 am)
Student presentation (11 am – 12 pm)

Thursday, April 4 (2019)
Hsp60-/Hsp10 part 1 (10 am – 11 am)
Student presentation (11 am – 12 pm)

Thursday, April 11 (2019)
Hsp60/Hsp10 part 2 (10 am – 11 am)
Student presentation (11 am – 12 pm)

Thursday, April 18 (2019)
Small heat shock proteins (10 am – 11 am)
Student presentation (11 am – 12 pm)


Location:
Medical Sciences Building
Room 5231

Enrollment Limit

Yes — 12

Method of Student Evaluation

Written report 50%
Student presentation 40%
Participation 10%

Coordinator

Walid A. Houry

Walid A. Houry

661 University Avenue, MaRS Centre
West Tower, Room 1612
416-946-7141
walid.houry@utoronto.ca

Last Updated 31 July 2018