courses providing the Pathologists’ Assistant student with a working knowledge of clinical pathology, including hemodynamics and shock, genetic diseases, immunology, hematopathology, and medical microbiology.


clinic and mini-case format which demonstrate how an understanding of the basic and clinical sciences of gastroenterology is essential to rational diagnosis and therapeutic decisions.


one of the areas studied will be: smooth muscle physiology; peristalsis and sphincter function; neuro-homonal control of motility; psychophysiologic interaction in the gut; and symptoms of altered GI motility.

Exam 1

Take today’s exam in medical microbiology.

Exam 2

Take today’s exam in diagnosis and therapeutic decisions.

Exam 3

Take today’s exam in the symptoms of altered GI motility.