About Us
The primary function of the Department of Pathology is to teach pathology to students in the health sciences including the graduate and post graduate students in pathology. It is also the department's function to carry out research in pathology and its allied medical disciplines. Members of the Department provide diagnostic service in anatomic pathology and haematology at the Health Sciences Centre and Saint Boniface General Hospital, Winnipeg.

Teaching Programs

Programs of study leading to the M.Sc.degree are offered in several areas of Pathology using the research facilities of the Department and the affiliated teaching hospitals.  Please refer to the web page entitled "Educational Programs" for more information.  

Research Programs

Department members are involved in a variety of experimental and clinical research projects. Within the department, research facilities available include laboratories for biochemistry, immunohistochemistry, small animal experimentation, cell culture and molecular biology.   Principal areas of research include neuropathology, immunology, breast cancer and cancer metastasis and diseases of the skin.

For more detail on specific research areas, see faculty members' details on the Faculty page.