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Pathology (PATH)

School of Medicine

PATH 470 Immunopathology Seminar (1) Autoimmune diseases and transplantation immunity. Pre: consent.

PATH 499 Directed Research (V) Pathology of aging, nutrition, alcoholism, and immunology. Open to selected undergraduate students. Pre: consent.

PATH 512 Unit II Concurrent Elective (1) Elective course for first-year medical students. CR/NC only. Pre: BIOM 551 and consent.

PATH 515 Unit V Concurrent Elective (1) Elective course for second-year medical students. CR/NC only. Pre: BIOM 551 and consent.

PATH 525 Unit V Block Elective (V) Required elective for second-year medical students, objectives to be determined by contract. One option is a review of USMLE Part I. CR/NC only. Pre: BIOM 551.

PATH 541 Pathology Practicum (V) Required autopsy experience involving dissection and microscopic examination of tissues and detailed evaluation of disease process. CR/NC only. Pre: third- or fourth-year standing.

PATH 545 (Alpha) Unit VII Electives in Pathology (V) Individualized instruction in laboratory medicine for the practicing physician, clinical and anatomic pathology: (B) advanced topics in clinical immunology; (C) anatomic pathology; (D) clinical pathology; (E) pathologic aspects of aging, nutrition, and/or alcoholism; (F) extramural elective in pathology. CR/NC only. Pre: BIOM 555.

PATH 599 Electives in Pathology (V) Individualized instruction in clinical and/or anatomic pathology. Third-year elective. Pre: consent.

PATH 670 Immunopathology Seminar (1) Autoimmune disease and transplantation immunity. Pre: MICR 625 and consent.

PATH 699 Directed Research (V) In-depth study of pathology of aging, nutrition, alcoholism, and immunology. Open to medical students and selected graduate students. Pre: consent.

PATH 701 Research in Pathology Residency Program (V) Selected topics. Pre: MD degree and residency in pathology in affiliated hospitals.