Graduate students utilize our pathology laboratories as part of the Cellular, Molecular and Biomedical Sciences (CMB) graduate program.
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See Graduate Medical Sciences for information on all Ph.D. programs in biological and biomedical sciences.
Basic working knowledge of modern techniques in immunocytochemistry and histopathology is provided by a laboratory course featuring modern cell imaging and toxicology approaches. The requirements of the doctoral curriculum include a toxicology course and mechanisms of environmental disease course, an environmental pathology series, and ethics course. Our graduates go on to positions in a variety of academic, federal and industrial fields. We encourage minorities and women to apply for positions and have several alternative avenues of funding.
•Pathology 395 (Translational Pathology)
•Critical Readings in Redox Biology and Pathology