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Topic: Experimental Pathology

 Residency Program Information - Department of Pathology - UCDHSC
This training is designed to prepare physicians for careers in academic and private practice pathology, and consists of 48 months of training of which up to 12 months are designated as electives.
Sub-specialization, to meet increasing demands and complexity of modern pathology, is encouraged and made possible by the large faculty with diverse interests.
In addition to preparing trainees for the practice of pathology, the training of medical scientists in experimental pathology is a central focus.
www.uchsc.edu /pathology/resident-fellows/application-info.htm   (411 words)

 Pathology Education and Training Programs
Experimental Pathology is the study of disease, most notably human diseases and disease processes.
Experimental pathology is an increasingly critical area of scientific research.
PATH 232A: Pathology of Pulmonary Diseases - Taught by the faculty of the Department of Pathology.
www.ucihs.uci.edu /som/pathology/pathGrad.html   (2570 words)

 Dept. of Pathology - Graduate Programs
The study of pathology is dedicated to determining the structural, biochemical, cellular and molecular changes in cells, tissues and organs that contribute to various diseases.
The lectures and laboratory sessions will be used to correlate the anatomy, physiology, microbiology, and pathology of research animals and their diseases; discuss and demonstrate research animal techniques including restraint, sample collection, injections, anesthesia, and euthanasia; evaluate those external influences that alter research data; and select appropriate animal models.
Experimental Design and Methods - a detailed discussion of the experimental design, including a succinct presentation of the methods and procedures to be used, and the specific experiments proposed to achieve each specific aim.
w3.ouhsc.edu /pathology/gradprog/GradProg.htm   (2839 words)

 Introduction to PathoMetrix   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
An experimental pathology consulting firm that provides pathology support to pharmaceutical and biotechnology companies focusing in the early phases of discovery and preclinical development.
In practice, pathology uses anatomic and histologic techniques (Anatomic Pathology) or body fluid evaluation (Clinical Pathology) to render a diagnosis and to characterize the severity of natural disease or induced disease in animal models.
A subdiscipline of Pathology concerned with the evaluation of animal models of disease and an interpretation of the pathophysiologic mechanisms involved in such models.
users.aol.com /PathoMetrx/HomePage.html   (118 words)

The Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences is responsible for introducing the student to the structural and functional alterations in disease and the mechanisms whereby such alterations are produced.
Members of the staff are engaged in research in immunochemistry, immunopathology, renal pathophysiology, experimental renal disease., experimental endocrinology and hypertension, genitourinary pathology, muscle pathology, perinatal and adult neuropathology, reticuloendothelial function, biology and neoplasms.
Pathology 618 is designed to familiarize the students with the principles and practice of electron microscopy as it is applied to biomedical research.
wings.buffalo.edu /smbs/ome/coursebook/dpt_pth.shtml   (881 words)

 The Program - Experimental Pathology - UCHSC
The Department of Pathology provides training in the cellular and molecular basis of disease for individuals with a baccalaureate, medical, or advanced degree.
The program involves study and opportunities for specialization in the areas of experimental oncology; molecular, cellular, and reproductive biology; endocrinology; ultrastructure; and the cellular and molecular basis of disease.
Pathology is unique among the basic science departments and programs at the University of Colorado Health Sciences Center.
www.uchsc.edu /expath/program.html   (742 words)

 Experimental Pathology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Experimental Pathology faculty members are involved in research focusing on the molecular basis of human disease.
Several of our experimental pathology faculty are located in a newly-constructed state-of-the-art research facility (Biomedical Research Center), which provides access to high-end biomedical equipment shared by other departments.
Members of the Experimental Pathology group are involved in teaching medical, dental, and graduate students, and play prominent roles in numerous College of Medicine and university committees.
w3.ouhsc.edu /pathology/DivListing/Experimental.htm   (179 words)

 Graduate Pathology Programs, Department of Pathology NYMC
Pathology is the study of disease, or more generally, the study of the biological response to adverse conditions.
Basic research into the causes and mechanisms of disease (experimental pathology) goes hand in glove with identifying the morphologic and biochemical manifestations of disease in human patients (anatomic and clinical pathology, respectively).
The Ph.D. program in Experimental Pathology provides a broad didactic grounding in the fundamentals of basic biomedical science and, critical for Ph.D. training, a vigorous multidisciplinary research milieu in the nurturing laboratory environment of the faculty associated with the program.
www.nymc.edu /pathology   (822 words)

 Pathology Lab - Experimental Surgical Services at the University of Minnesota
Pathology is integral to all pre-clinical studies performed to satisfy regulatory requirements and safety assessments.
Necropsy, histology or pathology reports are individualized per client specifications and include animal demographics, descriptive narration, digital gross images and histology photomicrographs, tabulated data, diagnosis of lesions and discussion of significant findings.
Pathology summaries with conclusions are provided for study reports; perspective is offered in terms of biological significance, and findings are extrapolated to the intended clinical indication.
www.med.umn.edu /ess/divisions/pathology.html   (587 words)

 Laboratory of Experimental Pathology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
As Chief of the Laboratory of Experimental Pathology (1974-1998), he directed an intramural research program which developed and investigated animal and cellular models chiefly for respiratory and multifactorial carcinogenesis, mechanisms of inhibition by vitamin A, and the role of growth factors in the culture and transformation of epithelial cells.
Saffiotti's research in the Laboratory of Experimental Pathology was devoted to epithelial carcinogenesis, especially respiratory tract carcinogenesis.
Experimental models and mechanisms were correlated with the corresponding human pathology.
www3.cancer.gov /intra/lep/leppage.htm   (577 words)

 BSc. Experimental Pathology. Introductory Notes
Pathology is the laboratory science that deals with the changes in normal physiological functions that cause disease.
The course deals with a number of basic problems in general pathology, as well as providing an opportunity for the detailed study of a number of specialist topics in experimental pathology, which reflect the research interests of the contributing staff.
To integrate this model of vascular pathology with epidemiological factors such as fetal malnutrition, which affect vessel development in early life and which are linked to an increased incidence of vascular disease in middle age.
www.smd.qmul.ac.uk /morbidanatomy/intercal/course.html   (2195 words)

 Penn State Pathology Services-Academic
Practice electives are available in pathology in the third and fourth years for one or more months in anatomic, clinical, or experimental pathology.
The residency program in pathology requires either three or four years, depending on whether certification is sought in anatomic pathology, clinical pathology, or a combination of anatomic and clinical pathology.
These periods are often extended by the award of a fellowship for research and additional training in one of the subspecialties of anatomic, clinical, or experimental pathology.
www.hmc.psu.edu /pathology/services/academic.htm   (370 words)

 Elective Offerings For The Department Of Pathology   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-02)
The Department of Pathology is involved in the organization and teaching of several subjects in collaboration with other departments as part of the Modular Curriculum which present to the student an integrated view of normal and abnormal function of selected organ systems.
Pathology 621 is designed to familiarize the students with the principles and practice of electron microscopy as it is applied to biomedical research.
The emphasis is on Surgical pathology material as Cytopathology materials from inpatients or outpatients at the hospital.
wings.buffalo.edu /smbs/path/courses.htm   (845 words)

 Experimental Pathology
I ultimately chose the Department of Pathology because I really wanted to study infectious diseases and the Experimental Pathology program is one of the truly unique graduate programs for the study of tropical and emerging diseases.
While the curriculum requirements of Experimental Pathology were not great, I did not learn until much later that it possessed one of the most rigorous qualifying exams on campus.
Experimental pathology has a three-part exam: an in-class written, a take-home grant application and an oral defense of the grant proposal.
gsbs.utmb.edu /prospective/essays/ep.htm   (12100 words)

 Department of Pathology&Laboratory Medicine Home Paget
Pathology and Laboratory Medicine occupies a unique niche at the interface of clinical medicine and biomedical science.
Since its inception in 1968 under the guidance of founding chair Dr. Edward R. Arquilla, the UCI Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine has been committed to this tradition, and has strived for excellence in the clinical, research, and educational missions of the UCI Health Sciences.
Edwin Monuki, M.D., Ph.D. Department of Pathology and Lab.
www.ucihs.uci.edu /som/pathology   (650 words)

 Experimental Pathology
Fields include molecular and cellular basis of cancer; biology, biochemistry, and pathology of the plasma membrane; cells, molecules, and response to stimuli of connective tissue; interaction of viruses with animal cells; pathology of organ systems; somatic cell genetics and birth defects; biology of endothelial cells; assembly of viruses.
Note: Pathology 600, 616, 617, and 618b are primarily geared toward medical students, but may be taken by graduate students with the permission of the director of medical studies (Dr. Joseph Madri).
An in-depth survey of the interactions between tissues and biomaterials, with an emphasis on the molecular- and cellular-level events that influence the performance and longevity of clinically relevant devices.
www.yale.edu /bulletin/html/grad/exppath.html   (1073 words)

 Pathology - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Within biology but also a branch of medicine, it means specifically the study and diagnosis of the structural and functional changes in molecules, cells, tissues and organs that underlie disease.
Anatomic Pathology, the science of diagnosing diseases based on the appearance of tissues, both gross and microscopic.
Experimental pathology (or investigative pathology), is the study of disease mechanisms and pathophysiology.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Pathology   (1372 words)

 Graduate Training Yale Pathology Department
The Experimental Pathology Ph.D. Program and the Pharmacology and Molecular Medicine Track of the BBS at Yale University emphasize research on disease mechanisms, built upon a strong foundation of training in cell biology, molecular biology, pharmacology, and genetics.
Members of the Experimental Pathology faculty have great strengths in areas of signal transduction, cytoskeleton, animal virology (including HIV), mouse genetics, mechanisms of carcinogenesis, and immunology.
It is recommended that students take the two Pathology "core" courses, Pathology 650b, "Cellular and Molecular Biology of Cancer," and Pathology 690b, "Molecular Mechanisms of Disease." The qualifying examination has both written and oral parts.
www.yalepath.org /dept/edu/gradtraing.htm   (488 words)

 Pathology Residency Training Program Overview
The pathology department offers house officer training for a combined anatomic (AP) and clinical pathology (CP) program leading to completion of the certification requirements of the American Board of Pathology.
In addition, training is available in comparative and experimental pathology, which may lead to the MS or PhD degree, and there are postdoctoral programs in atherosclerosis research and clinical chemistry.
Fellowships in forensic pathology, surgical pathology, dermatopathology, hematopathology, and cytopathology are also available.
www1.wfubmc.edu /pathology/house_officer/index.htm   (337 words)

 Center News - 11/18/04 - Research Pathology’s Experimental Histopathology, Solid Tumor sections aid in design, ...
Pathology is the study of the nature and causes of disease, with an emphasis on the understanding of the structural and functional changes that take place in cells or tissues.
As a research science, pathology enables scientists to understand normal and cancer biology and to identify new tumor characteristics that may later be developed into tests that accurately reveal the subtype, stage and prognosis of cancer.
Although pathology is a relatively old science, many procedures were originally developed for human tissue and must now be adapted for animals and different tissue types.
www.fhcrc.org /about/pubs/center_news/2004/nov18/sart1.html   (1962 words)

 University Graduate School 2004-2005 Online Bulletin: Pathology and Laboratory Medicine
Areas of emphasis are neuropathology, experimental pathology, clinical chemistry, clinical microbiology, hematopathology, immunohematology, molecular pathology, and others.
A grade of C or higher in a graduate-level general biochemistry course and a grade of B or higher in C603 Pathology are required.
G556 Methods of Humane Animal Experimentation (1 cr.) The purpose of this course is to provide graduate students entering careers in life science disciplines with the opportunity to obtain training in the proper care and humane use of laboratory animals.
www.indiana.edu /~bulletin/iub/grad/2004-2005/path.html   (1771 words)

 Experimental Pathology
The Experimental Pathology Shared Resource brings a variety of services that require both the technology and expertise of anatomic pathology into a single administrative structure.
In addition to providing routine histopathologic services, this facility provides resources and guidance to investigators whose special requirements make it necessary for them to oversee all stages of tissue processing, and serves as a resource to guide investigators who have little or no previous experience in working with whole tissues.
The Experimental Pathology Shared Resource also provides access to specialized technology, including immunohistochemistry, laser capture, quantitative morphometry, and the preparation of tissue arrays.
www.med.nyu.edu /nyuci/researchers/facilities/pathology.html   (198 words)

 Pathology and Microbiology
The Department of Pathology and Microbiology at the University of Nebraska Medical Center offers a fully accredited, four-year residency program in anatomic and clinical pathology (AP/CP) in addition to fellowship training in hematopathology.
Our residency program is designed to provide a broad-based education that meets the requirements of the American Board of Pathology and prepares residents for pathology careers in either private practice or academics.
Research in investigative pathology including diagnostic, molecular and experimental pathology is encouraged.
www.unmc.edu /Pathology/residency/Default.htm   (241 words)

 Biodoxis — support in histology, histopathology, micropscopic analysis of tissues and cells and Immunohistochemistry.
Biodoxis is dedicated to researchers in experimental pathology and life sciences.
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Its services are aimed at scientific researchers in all fields of medicine and biology, and offers the combined skills and experience of a veterinary surgeon and a doctor of histocytopathology.
www.biodoxis.com /_en/home/index.htm   (213 words)

 Experimental Pathology Program
Selection and sequencing of course work and requirements for degree completion for the Experimental Pathology track are the same as those for the Laboratory Science MS track.
However, the Experimental Pathology MS curriculum may involve completion of more credits of course work, including courses such as General Pathology C603.
A sample curriculum for MS Experimental Pathology is shown under Sample Curricula.
www.pathology.iupui.edu /Education/grad-ms-exper_path.htm   (263 words)

 Graduate Pathology Program, Department of Pathology NYMC
Two M.S. tracks in general experimental pathology have been developed to enable students to choose didactic courses appropriate to their prior training and current or future interests (Plan A) or to their interest in obtaining laboratory research experience in experimental pathology (Plan B).
A second specialized track (Plan D) leads to an M.S. in Experimental Pathology with an emphasis on applied environmental science, and adds courses and practical experience related to evaluation and management of environmental pathogenic factors.
Research credits may be substituted for didactic credits in the general experimental pathology M.S. track (Plan B only), but not in Plan A or in any of the specialized M.S. tracks (Plans C, D and E) described below.
www.nymc.edu /pathology/programs/masterofscience.htm   (796 words)

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