Graduate Program in Pathobiology

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Research Facilities

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The Graduate Program makes the state of the art research facilities of its faculty available to students to carry out their experimental studies. These fully equipped laboratories support studies ranging from molecular, cellular, and physicochemical analyses through whole animal and informatics based techniques. Research laboratories of Program faculty are located in the Ross Research Building, the Miller Research Building, and the Cancer Research Buildings. Core equipment and lab facilities in the Department of Pathology include:

  • A research histology lab
  • A research immunohistochemistry lab
  • Molecular diagnostics and cytogenetics labs
  • A flow cytometry lab, computerized image analysis and transmission
  • Extensive tissue banks
  • A full service photography lab
  • A departmental data system computer network