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.
Pathology Educational Resources
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2017/02Dr. Samuel Aparicio “Dr. Aparicio has recently been named as a Distinguished University Scholar by President Santa Ono". This prestigious distinction recognizes exceptional members of faculty who have distinguished themselves as scholars in research and/or teaching and learning, or who have the potential to demonstrate such leadership.
2017/02Dr. Dirk van Niekerk Strategic Priority Fund Award: This awards will allow Dr. Dirk van Niekerk, medical director, Cervical Screening Program, BCCA, to embark on his project titled Using an online intervention for self-collection based HPV testing to improve cervical cancer screening rates in the Fraser Region of BC.
2016/06Dr. Sam Aparicio Congratulations to Dr. Aparicio who has been awarded the Prof R Goudie’s lecture and medal by the Pathological Society of Great Britain and Iceland 2016. The Goudie Lecturer is a distinguished active scientist who is making seminal contributions to pathological science and the understanding of disease mechanisms.
Enrollment is now open! Class begins February 15, 2017Biospecimen Research Methods is a UBCx online professional education course offered from www.edx.org This course will help you transform the quality of your research by teaching you the biobanking best practices to collect, store and use human biospecimens in the laboratory. This course is designed for researchers including graduate and undergraduate students, postdoctoral fellows, pathology residents and research technicians who work with human biospecimens.Over 6 weeks, professionals with extensive experience in biobanking from the University of British Columbia and the British Columbia Cancer Agency will teach you the international best practices for biobanking and research involving human biospecimens, based on National Cancer Institute (NCI) and International Society of Biological Environmental Repositories standards (ISBER).