McMaster University

McMaster University

The department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine is comprised of four major divisions: Anatomy, Clinical Pathology, Anatomical Pathology and Molecular Medicine

The Department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine is comprised of four major divisions created in an effort to increase coordination and communication between the many research programs within the department. They also serve to maximize resources and increase awareness of our expertise in several areas. Our four divisions are listed below:

Divisions

Anatomy

Division Director
Dr Bruce Wainman

Bruce Wainman

The division of Anatomy represents a smaller but well-defined area of activity within the department of Pathology and Molecular Medicine. It is responsible for the anatomy component in all of the educational programs offered in the Faculty of Health Sciences. In addition, this division conducts basic research under the discipline of Anatomy.

Clinical
Pathology

Division Director
Dr John Waye

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The division of Clinical Pathology encompasses the disciplines of hematology, genetics, microbiology, clinical chemistry, immunology and histocompatibility. The primary mandate of this division is to provide clinical services to hospitals in the Hamilton region, facilitated through the Hamilton Regional Laboratory Medicine Program.

Anatomical
Pathology

Division Director
Dr Vina Alexopoulou

Dr Alexopoulou

The division of Anatomical Pathology maintains close ties with hospitals in the Hamilton region through the Hamilton Regional Laboratory Medicine Program. Its focus is centered on clinical investigation in the area of anatomical pathology.

Molecular
Medicine

The division of Molecular Medicine entails the majority of primary basic research conducted within the department.

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