The UBC Department of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is an academic department of the UBC Faculty of Medicine, and has major responsibilities and leadership in activities related to education, research and academic practice.
is a unique educational resource for learning about the causes and mechanisms of human disease, and for studying clinicopathologic correlations..
The PALS presentations are 'cross-disciplinary' to suit the most esoteric of tastes: the subjects are of interest to everyone from graduate students and residents to clinicians and scientists.
provides support for BC biobanks through education on biospecimen science and communication of best practices and standards for biobanking.
provides undergraduate and medical students with either basic or clinical research experiences, or clinical experiences in laboratory medicine under supervision and mentorship of our Department’s Faculty
The Dept of Pathology and Laboratory Medicine is proud to announce that it has received the Peter Larkin Award in recognition for its Graduate Program.
The Department sincerely thanks everyone who helped to make this honour possible. Special thanks to Dr. Haydn Pritchard, Graduate Advisor and Aleya Abdulla, Graduate Program Assistant. They deserve enormous credit for overseeing this fantastic program, and for their tireless devotion to graduate students. Congratulations!
The 2014 Pathology Arts Gala is a night to celebrate performers and artists in the Dept of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine. On this night, hard-working scientists and staff in our department have the opportunity to showcase their artistic talents in the presence and support of their peers. This gala also serves to raise money for Arts Umbrella, a not-for-profit arts education centre for young people ages 2-19.
June 19-22, 2014 – Surrey, BC, Canada
Lymphoid Cancer Researchers Awarded Three-Year Grant
If you would like to be listed as a faculty member potentially interested in supervising a summer student, kindly contact Ms. Aleya Abdulla, email@example.com, who will be coordinating the list.
For a full list of the research chairs and their funding amounts, click here
What does cancer eat?
Sugar, mostly, and other lessons from my dinner with a professor of pathology
Congratulations to Dr. Blake Gilks, recipient of a prestigious UBC Killam Research Prize. The prize recognizes Dr. Gilks’ outstanding research and scholarly contributions to his field and the UBC community.