This is a list of all pathology courses. For more information, see Pathology.

PATH:4151 MLS Program Registration0 s.h.

Requirements: admission to Medical Laboratory Science Program.

PATH:5260 Translational Histopathology3 s.h.

Didactic sessions on human comparative histology, molecular and cellular pathology, and animal model applications; laboratory sessions on microscopy, histology, histotechnology, and immunohistochemistry, with group discussions of model papers; experience in scientific writing and oral presentation skills; for students who plan to investigate experimental models of human disease.

PATH:5270 Pathogenesis of Major Human Diseases3 s.h.

Critical analysis of pathogenesis models in a series of major human diseases; clinical presentation, analysis of cellular and molecular events leading to the disease, discussion of key papers. Offered spring semesters of even years. Same as IGPI:5270.

PATH:6220 Seminar in Pathology1 s.h.

Current research and literature. Requirements: pathology graduate standing.

PATH:7001 Molecular and Cellular Biology of Cancer3 s.h.

Fundamental aspects of oncology at the cellular and molecular levels; mechanisms of cancer initiation and progression, oncogene action, DNA damage and repair, carcinogenesis by radiation, chemicals, viruses; tumor immunology, anticancer therapies. Offered fall semesters. Requirements: strong basic science background. Same as FRRB:7001.

PATH:7211 Research in Pathologyarr.

Basic aspects of pathology or clinical patient material; emphasis on experimental design, methods, literature review, obtaining formal answers to specific questions. Requirements: M.D. enrollment or graduate standing.

PATH:8007 Medical Student Fellowships in Pathology (Externships)0 s.h.

First-hand experience in autopsy, surgical and clinical pathology, teaching, and research to further understanding of disease mechanisms, normal and pathologic anatomy, laboratory use.

PATH:8008 Warner Fellowship in Experimental Pathology0 s.h.

One-year, full-time membership in established research laboratory in the Department of Pathology or collaborating laboratory. Requirements: M.D. enrollment.

PATH:8133 Introduction to Human Pathology for Graduate Students4 s.h.

Human disease; basic disease processes, organ-related and multisystem diseases; case analysis. Offered fall semesters. Same as PTRS:8133.

PATH:8301 Laboratory Medicine in Clinical Practicearr.

Issues in appropriate use of clinical laboratory and pathology resources in the primary care setting; case-based approach. Requirements: third- or fourth-year M.D. enrollment.

PATH:8401 Autopsy Pathology Clerkshiparr.

PATH:8402 Hematopathology Clerkshiparr.

PATH:8403 Surgical Pathology Clerkshiparr.

PATH:8404 Transfusion Medicinearr.

PATH:8405 Clinical Microbiology2,4 s.h.

Students rotate through bacteriology, molecular microbiology, mycology, mycobacteriology, and virology while participating in clinical and technical activities.

PATH:8498 Pathology On Campusarr.

PATH:8499 Pathology Off Campusarr.