C MED 590
Selected Topics: Comparative Pathology for Scientists
Time/Location: Monday and Wednesdays from 10:00 AM to 11:30 AM in BB1602
Course Director: Charles W. Frevert, DVM, ScD, 221-4381
- C MED 590 is three-credit course designed to provide graduate students with a better understanding of comparative pathology and physiology as applied to animal models of human disease.
- Graduate students in environmental health, pharmaceutics, toxicology, pathobiology, pharmacology, bioengineering and others considering a career path in either academic research or in the biotechnology industry will find this course especially useful.
- This course offers an introduction to the interpretation of pathological changes in animals used for biomedical research, with a focus on the mouse, but including comparative pathology of other species.
- Structured as a problem-based learning (PBL) course and taught by a team of scientists from both academia and industry with expertise in a variety of disciplines.
- It is expected that students will have a basic understanding of anatomy and physiology prior to taking this class.
- Class size will be between 5 to 15 students
- The class will be open to upper level undergraduates with specific approval.
Questions: Contact Cecil Mancebo if you have questions regarding. the course or registration for the course.