Dan L Duncan Comprehensive Cancer Center

Cancer-Related Courses


GSBS Cancer-Related Courses


Cancer-related courses currently taught by DLDCCC members in the Baylor College of Medicine Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences. Current academic year course schedule can be found in Curriculum Resources for Graduate Students.

Direct Cancer-Related Coursework

  • GS-GS-6201: Cell Division & Cancer (Drs. Grzegorz Ira & Eric Chang)
  • GS-CC-6101: Cancer (Dr. Stephanie Pangas)
  • GS-CC-6401: Technologies for Cancer Drug Discovery & Development (Drs. Rachel Schiff & Jason Yustein)
  • GS-CC-6201: Translational Cancer Biology (Dr. Jason Yustein)
  • GS-CC-6205: Translational Breast Cancer Research (Dr. Suzanne Fuqua)
  • GS-CC-6209: The Clock-Cancer Connection (Drs. Loning Fu & Zheng Sun)
  • GS-GS-5108: Pharmacoepidemiology & Pharmacogenetics (Dr. Michael Scheurer)
  • GS-CC-6302: Molecular Carcinogenesis (Dr. Yi Li)

Complimentary Cancer-Related Coursework

  • GS-GS-6102: Principles of Immunology (Dr. John Levitt)
  • GS-DD-6201: Development
  • GS-DD-6304: Topics in Development (Dr. Daisuke Nakada)
  • GS-DD-6204: Cell Physiology (Dr. Ross Poche)
  • GS-IY-6302: Grand Challenges & Methods in Immunology & Microbiology (Drs. Joseph Hyser & Maksim Mamonkin)
  • GS-QC-6201: Applications to Biology of Computation (Dr. Olivier Lichtarge)
  • GS-QC-6302: Computer-Aided Discovery Methods (Dr. Aleksandar Milosavljevic)
  • GS-IY-6304: Clinical Aspects of Immunology (Dr. John Levitt)
  • GS‐GS‐5107: Leadership Skills (Dr. Suzanne Fuqua)

For inquiries, contact the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences Curriculum: Chris Foster.

To register, choose from the forms below:

For course registration inquiries, contact: Melissa Rowell.