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  • Objectives
    This course is designed to meet the changing needs of the routine cellular pathology department. It will provide an opportunity to acquire a deeper understanding of core knowledge and will introduce you to recent advances in cellular and molecular pathology.
  • Entry requirements
    You are expected to have at least one year's laboratory experience. You must also normally possess at least one of the following: a BSc Honours degree in a relevant subject; an IBMS Fellowship or Primary Examination of the IBMS or Postgraduate Certificate in biomedical science; or experience or qualifications deemed suitable by the course team. You should normally be in full-time employment in a relevant laboratory. If your first language is not English you should normally have attained the equivalent of an IELTS score of at least 6.5, with a minimum score of 6.5 in each of the four components; or TOEFL (paper) score of at least 600 plus TOEFL written test at Grade 4.5 or above; TOEFL (computer based test) of at least 250; or Cambridge Proficiency, Grade B.
  • Academic Title
    MSc Cellular Pathology
  • Course description
    Course Content
    The increasing use of immunocytochemisty and molecular biological techniques in diagnostics will be important components of the course.

    Core modules
    -Cellular Pathology 1
    -Cellular Pathology 2
    -Cytopathology
    -Immunopathology
    -Molecular Diagnostics
    -Research Project
    -Selected Topics in Cellular Pathology

    Teaching and Assessment
    The course is augmented with lectures and demonstrations of recent advances in diagnostic practice and technology (including diagnostic immunocytochemistry, tissue microarrays and molecular analysis, and informatics in cellular pathology). Assessment is achieved through a mix of coursework and examination.

    Associated Careers
    This course is designed for those employed, or seeking to be employed, in histopathology or cytopathology departments, or in academic and industrial research laboratories.

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