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Congratulations to Christina Ferrone, Jina Nanayakkara and Matt Cormier

Congratulations to Christina Ferrone, Jina Nanayakkara and Matt Cormier

Congratulations to Christina Ferrone, Jina Nanayakkara and Matt Cormier on winning CGS-D CIHR doctoral scholarships in the 2021-22 competition. Well deserved!

Richardson Laboratory Elevator will be out of service

The passenger elevator (EL1161) in Richardson Laboratory will be out of service from 4 pm on Friday, April 23 until 4 pm on Sunday, April 25 to permit Facilities to replace the ropes for this elevating device.

PATH 120 - Understanding Human Disease in the 21st Century

PATH 120 - Understanding Human Disease in the 21st Century

 Summer Term 2021

The course provides an introduction to human disease and our understanding of key conditions with major global health and societal impact, including cardiovascular, neurological and infectious diseases and cancer. The basic concepts of disease mechanisms and current management will be explored using specific diseases and clinical example cases. To be successful in the course assessments, students will need to progressively build their skills and use the course knowledge to: 1) compare and contrast different disease examples; 2) apply concepts to hypothetical disease scenarios, and 3) communicate concisely and effectively in written and oral forms.

 Year 1 Optional Course

 9-10 hours/week

 3 units

Available

Online Course

Instructors

Dr. Cynthia Pruss