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Department of Pathology Divisions

Our Divisions

The Department is composed of four academic divisions which serve to accomplish a three-fold mission to achieve excellence in Clinical Services, Research, and Education.

AP CLINICAL SERVICES.
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AP CLINICAL SERVICES

Autopsy, Cytopathology, Dermatopathology, Neuropathology and Renal Pathology

AP RESEARCH.
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AP RESEARCH

Anatomic Pathology, Paleopathology and Tissue and Data Acquisition and Analysis Core (TDAAC)

EDUCATION.
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EDUCATION

Undergraduate Medical, Undergraduate Dental and Graduate Medical Education

CP CLINICAL SERVICES.
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CP CLINICAL SERVICES

Chemistry, Coagulation/Hemostasis, Hematology, Microbiology/Immunology, Toxicology and Transfusion Medicine

CP RESEARCH.
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CP RESEARCH

Clinical Laboratory Testing and Research Specimen Processing

EDUCATION.
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EDUCATION

Undergraduate Medical, Undergraduate Dental and Graduate Medical Education

MDx CLINICAL SERVICES.
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MDx CLINICAL SERVICES

Cytogenetics and Molecular Diagnostics

MDx RESEARCH.
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MDx RESEARCH

Cytogenetics, Molecular Diagnostics and Molecular Pathology Research

EDUCATION.
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EDUCATION

Molecular Diagnostics Practicum, Molecular Genetics Pathology Fellowship and Human Genetics

Pathology Research Laboratories:

Our research and administration space (23,000 nsf) recently undergone a state-of-the-art renovation. Currently, our department has 10 principal investigators involved in basic/translational research.

Atfi Lab - Molecular mechanisms of cancer and cancer-associated cachexia
Bos Lab - Tumor promoting mechanisms by regulatory T (Treg) cells
Clevenger Lab - Role of the prolactin receptor signaling in breast cancer pathogenesis
Gerszten Lab - Paleopathology
Harrell Lab - Identification of genetic mediators of breast cancer liver metastasis, METAvivor
Jackson-Cook Lab - Genetic/Epigenetic factors contributing to chromosomal instability 
Koblinski Lab -  Role of syndecans in breast cancer metastasis to the brain
Oh Lab - IGFBP-3/IGFBP-3R axis in human cancer and the pathophysiology of the IGFBP-related proteins
Radhakrishnan Lab - Understanding and targeting protein degradation pathways in cancer
Sirica Lab - Altered Growth Factor Pathways in Biliary CancerLearn more about our research laboratories

                             

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