Molecular Basis of Disease: Death and Repair

Course Number: 
PATH 512
Course Type: 
Elective
Currently Offered: 
Yes
Credits: 
1.5
Quarter: 
Autumn
Weeks: 
1-5
Location: 
UW
Instructor (non-MCB Faculty): 
Hawkins, Brian
Course Description: 

Learning Objectives: 

Course requirements, examinations and grading: 

First in a series designed to introduce students to medically important diseases and physiologic processes and experimental approaches to elucidating the cellular processes underlying these diseases. Covers basic cell/tissue processes that underlie normal homeostasis and most disease and, including apoptosis, necrosis, stem cells, inflammation, granulation tissue, tissue regeneration, repair and fibrosis.

Areas of Interest: 
Cancer Biology
Elective Area: 
Cancer Biology