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PATH 21N: The Living Genome: Implications for Biology and Beyond

IntroSem with Freshmen preference. The human genome carries the instructions for normal human development and reproduction. But it also carries predispositions to disease and clues to our evolution, ancestry, and identity. The genome may also be pliable to environmental influences and genetic engineering. Through directed readings, discussion, and activities, students will learn about the human genome and applications of genome science and technology across diverse disciplines including medicine, comparative biology, evolutionary biology, paternity testing, and forensics. The broad goal is to become informed and engaged about genome science and its implications for both the individual and society. Prerequisites: High School Biology
Terms: Win | Units: 3 | UG Reqs: WAY-SMA
Instructors: ; Pollack, J. (PI)

PATH 101: Cancer Biology (CBIO 101)

Experimental approaches to understanding the origins, diagnosis, and treatment of cancer. Focus on key experiments and discoveries with emphasis on genetics, molecular biology, and cell biology. Topics include carcinogens, tumor virology, oncogenes, tumor suppressor genes, cell cycle regulation, angiogenesis, invasion and metastasis, cancer genomics, cancer epidemiology, and cancer therapies. Discussion sections based on primary research articles that describe key experiments in the field. Satisfies Central Menu Areas 1 or 2 for Bio majors. Prerequisite: Biology or Human Biology core or equivalent, or consent of instructor.
Terms: Win | Units: 4

PATH 199: Undergraduate Research

Students undertake investigations sponsored by individual faculty members. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum | Units: 1-18 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: ; Allison, K. (PI); Anderson, M. (PI); Angelo, R. (PI); Atwater, S. (PI); Axelrod, J. (PI); Banaei, N. (PI); Bendall, S. (PI); Berry, G. (PI); Bogyo, M. (PI); Born, D. (PI); Bowen, R. (PI); Boyd, S. (PI); Butcher, E. (PI); Cherry, A. (PI); Cleary, M. (PI); Cockerham, G. (PI); Cong, L. (PI); Connolly, A. (PI); Cornbleet, J. (PI); Cowan, T. (PI); Crabtree, G. (PI); Engleman, E. (PI); Faix, J. (PI); Fernandez Vina, M. (PI); Fire, A. (PI); Folkins, A. (PI); Fontaine, M. (PI); Foung, S. (PI); Galel, S. (PI); Galli, S. (PI); Geaghan, S. (PI); George, T. (PI); Gonzalez, C. (PI); Goodnough, L. (PI); Graef, I. (PI); Gratzinger, D. (PI); Haber, S. (PI); Haddix, T. (PI); Hazard, F. (PI); Hendrickson, M. (PI); Higgins, J. (PI); Jensen, K. (PI); Kambham, N. (PI); Kao, C. (PI); Kempson, R. (PI); Kim, J. (PI); Kong, C. (PI); Lipsick, J. (PI); Long, J. (PI); Long, S. (PI); Longacre, T. (PI); Lu, B. (PI); Manning, M. (PI); McKenney, A. (PI); McKenney, J. (PI); Merker, J. (PI); Michie, S. (PI); Montgomery, S. (PI); Natkunam, Y. (PI); Oh, D. (PI); Ohgami, R. (PI); Pai, R. (PI); Pando Rigal, M. (PI); Pinsky, B. (PI); Plowey, E. (PI); Pollack, J. (PI); Regula, D. (PI); Rouse, R. (PI); Satpathy, A. (PI); Schrijver, I. (PI); Schwartz, E. (PI); Shan, H. (PI); Shi, R. (PI); Sibley, R. (PI); Sidow, A. (PI); Sobel, R. (PI); Sundram, U. (PI); Sussman, H. (PI); Svensson, K. (PI); Tan, B. (PI); Tyan, D. (PI); Viele, M. (PI); Vogel, H. (PI); Wang, T. (PI); Warnke, R. (PI); Weissman, I. (PI); Wernig, G. (PI); Wernig, M. (PI); West, R. (PI); Yeh, E. (PI); Zambrano, E. (PI); Zehnder, J. (PI); van de Rijn, M. (PI); Jones, D. (GP)

PATH 213: Gross Autopsy Pathology Laboratory

Examine/discuss unfixed dissected organs from current autopsies and correlate morphologic findings with the clinical history. Students view postmortem examinations and may participate (in a small group) in one postmortem examination with the assistance of residents and staff, and present the case to the class. Class scheduling is flexible. Additional unit for participation in a postmortem examination. Class may not be repeated. Concurrent enrollment in INDE223 required.
Terms: Win | Units: 2-3

PATH 240: Clinical Studies in Pathology I

A broad exposure to the practice of pathology in an academic medical center. Students are assigned a faculty mentor and work closely with pathology residents, fellows and faculty. Two months are spent in surgical pathology where students help examine surgical resection specimens and biopsies and participate in making a final diagnosis. One month is spent in autopsy pathology where students perform autopsy prosections and formulate final anatomic diagnoses under the supervision of faculty. This course must be combined with Clinical Studies in Pathology II, and two additional quarters of PATH 399, Directed Research, to fulfill a 12 month Post-Sophomore year Fellowship in Pathology. Prerequisite: MD candidate; instructor consent.
Terms: Win | Units: 3-9

PATH 241: Clinical Studies in Pathology II

An in-depth exposure to the practice of pathology for students who have completed Clinical Studies in Pathology I. Students are assigned a faculty mentor and work closely with pathology residents, fellows and faculty. Two months are spent in surgical pathology where students help examine surgical resection specimens and biopsies and participate in making a final diagnosis. One month is spent in sub-specialty areas of pathology that include dermatopatholgy, neuropathology, renal pathology, lymph node pathology or cytology. This course must be combined with Clinical Studies in Pathology I and two additional quarters of PATH 399, Directed Research, to fulfill a 12-month Post-Sophomore year Fellowship in Pathology. Prerequisite: consent of instructor and successful completion of Clinical Studies in Pathology I (PATH 240).
Terms: Win | Units: 3-9

PATH 280: Early Clinical Experience in Pathology

Provides an observational experience as determined by the instructor and student. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum | Units: 1-2 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: ; Allison, K. (PI); Anderson, M. (PI); Angelo, R. (PI); Atwater, S. (PI); Axelrod, J. (PI); Banaei, N. (PI); Bendall, S. (PI); Berry, G. (PI); Bogyo, M. (PI); Born, D. (PI); Bowen, R. (PI); Boyd, S. (PI); Butcher, E. (PI); Cherry, A. (PI); Cleary, M. (PI); Cockerham, G. (PI); Connolly, A. (PI); Cornbleet, J. (PI); Cowan, T. (PI); Crabtree, G. (PI); Engleman, E. (PI); Faix, J. (PI); Fernandez Vina, M. (PI); Fire, A. (PI); Folkins, A. (PI); Fontaine, M. (PI); Foung, S. (PI); Galel, S. (PI); Galli, S. (PI); Geaghan, S. (PI); George, T. (PI); Gonzalez, C. (PI); Goodnough, L. (PI); Graef, I. (PI); Gratzinger, D. (PI); Haber, S. (PI); Haddix, T. (PI); Hazard, F. (PI); Hendrickson, M. (PI); Higgins, J. (PI); Jensen, K. (PI); Kambham, N. (PI); Kao, C. (PI); Kempson, R. (PI); Kim, J. (PI); Kong, C. (PI); Lipsick, J. (PI); Long, S. (PI); Longacre, T. (PI); Lu, B. (PI); Manning, M. (PI); McKenney, A. (PI); McKenney, J. (PI); Merker, J. (PI); Michie, S. (PI); Montgomery, S. (PI); Natkunam, Y. (PI); Oh, D. (PI); Ohgami, R. (PI); Pai, R. (PI); Pando Rigal, M. (PI); Pinsky, B. (PI); Plowey, E. (PI); Pollack, J. (PI); Regula, D. (PI); Rouse, R. (PI); Schrijver, I. (PI); Schwartz, E. (PI); Shan, H. (PI); Shi, R. (PI); Sibley, R. (PI); Sidow, A. (PI); Sobel, R. (PI); Sundram, U. (PI); Sussman, H. (PI); Tan, B. (PI); Tyan, D. (PI); Viele, M. (PI); Vogel, H. (PI); Wang, T. (PI); Warnke, R. (PI); Weissman, I. (PI); Wernig, G. (PI); Wernig, M. (PI); West, R. (PI); Zambrano, E. (PI); Zehnder, J. (PI); van de Rijn, M. (PI); Jones, D. (GP)

PATH 299: Directed Reading in Pathology

Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum | Units: 1-18 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: ; Allison, K. (PI); Anderson, M. (PI); Angelo, R. (PI); Atwater, S. (PI); Axelrod, J. (PI); Banaei, N. (PI); Bendall, S. (PI); Berry, G. (PI); Bogyo, M. (PI); Born, D. (PI); Bowen, R. (PI); Boyd, S. (PI); Butcher, E. (PI); Cherry, A. (PI); Cleary, M. (PI); Cockerham, G. (PI); Connolly, A. (PI); Cornbleet, J. (PI); Cowan, T. (PI); Crabtree, G. (PI); Engleman, E. (PI); Faix, J. (PI); Fernandez Vina, M. (PI); Fire, A. (PI); Folkins, A. (PI); Fontaine, M. (PI); Foung, S. (PI); Galel, S. (PI); Galli, S. (PI); Geaghan, S. (PI); George, T. (PI); Gonzalez, C. (PI); Goodnough, L. (PI); Graef, I. (PI); Gratzinger, D. (PI); Haber, S. (PI); Haddix, T. (PI); Hazard, F. (PI); Hendrickson, M. (PI); Higgins, J. (PI); Jensen, K. (PI); Kambham, N. (PI); Kao, C. (PI); Kempson, R. (PI); Kim, J. (PI); Kong, C. (PI); Lin, J. (PI); Lipsick, J. (PI); Long, S. (PI); Longacre, T. (PI); Lu, B. (PI); Manning, M. (PI); McKenney, A. (PI); McKenney, J. (PI); Merker, J. (PI); Michie, S. (PI); Montgomery, S. (PI); Natkunam, Y. (PI); Oh, D. (PI); Ohgami, R. (PI); Pai, R. (PI); Pando Rigal, M. (PI); Pinsky, B. (PI); Plowey, E. (PI); Pollack, J. (PI); Regula, D. (PI); Rouse, R. (PI); Satpathy, A. (PI); Schrijver, I. (PI); Schwartz, E. (PI); Shan, H. (PI); Shi, R. (PI); Sibley, R. (PI); Sidow, A. (PI); Sobel, R. (PI); Sundram, U. (PI); Sussman, H. (PI); Tan, B. (PI); Tyan, D. (PI); Viele, M. (PI); Vogel, H. (PI); Wang, T. (PI); Warnke, R. (PI); Weissman, I. (PI); Wernig, G. (PI); Wernig, M. (PI); West, R. (PI); Zambrano, E. (PI); Zehnder, J. (PI); van de Rijn, M. (PI); Jones, D. (GP)

PATH 302A: Pathology Clerkship

VISITING: Open to visitors. TYPE OF CLERKSHIP: Elective. DESCRIPTION: The purpose of this clerkship is to introduce students to pathology clinical services. The clerkship is customizable based on student interests, with experiences on services in both anatomic and clinical pathology or just one of these fields. For students contemplating a career in pathology, this clerkship provides an excellent opportunity for exposure to the field and to the residency program in pathology at Stanford. Students interested in other fields will learn how pathology interfaces with other areas in medicine, as well as the basic sciences. Student rotations are typically by week on a specific service. Anatomic Pathology services include surgical pathology subspecialties (breast, CT/ENT, GYN, GI, Pediatric, Bone/Soft tissue and GU pathology), intra-operative consultation/frozens service, cytopathology, dermatopathology, neuropathology, hematopathology and autopsy. Clinical Pathology services include hematology, coagulation, transfusion medicine, chemistry/immunology, biochemical genetics, cytogenetics, microbiology/virology, and molecular diagnostics. Exposure to some services may be limited based on service specific scheduling. Students are expected to work-up cases and review findings with faculty at signout times. Occasional presentations on educational cases/topics are also sometimes a component of the clerkship depending on rotation/service. AP rotations may require handing gross specimens and learning the basics of gross dissection for pathology diagnosis (with supervision). Attendance at pathology conferences is an essential part of the clerkship. Internal Rotators: please download the Department of Pathology Clerkship Application and return to pathology clerkship coordinator as soon as your registration is complete, or you receive an approval from the program director. Visiting Rotators: must complete the Department of Pathology Clerkship Application at: http://med.stanford.edu/pathology/education.html and submit for approval to the clerkship coordinator, prior to applying for this course. Score Program: This clerkship participates in the SCORE program, a diversity promotion program run by the Stanford Clerkship Office that provides other support for outside rotators. Please note that if you are a visiting student and a minority, you may qualify for this program. Please see the following for further details: https://med.stanford.edu/clerkships/score-program.html. PREREQUISITES: None. PERIODS AVAILABLE: 1-16, full-time for three weeks, 4 students per period (location and rotation dependent). CLERKSHIP DIRECTOR: Kimberly H Allison, M.D. (650-723-7211 or 650-498-6460), John Higgins, M.D. (650-724-4340) Niaz Banaei, M.D. (650-736-8052). CLERKSHIP COORDINATOR: Gabby Barela, 650-721-5755, gbarela@stanford.edu, Markell Stine, 650-497-6371, markell@stanford.edu. REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS: Where: will be arranged by Chief Resident; Time: 8:00 am. CALL CODE: 2 (weekend review of cases for Monday morning signout). OTHER FACULTY: G. Berry, T. Longacre, B. Howitt, G. Bean, M. Van de Rijn, C. Kong, N. Kambham, M. Troxell, D. Bingham, H. Vogel, R. Sibley, K. Hazard, A. Folkins, R. West, T. Cowan, T. Cherry, J. Zehnder, Y. Natkunam, B. Pinsky, CJ. Suarez, N. Shah, M. Virk, H. Shan, D. Gratzinger, J. Oak, S. Fernandez-Pol, B. Tan, C. Kunder, R. Bowen, J. Kurzer, T. Goodnough, K. Jensen. LOCATION: SHC, LPCH, PAVMC.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum | Units: 5 | Repeatable 2 times (up to 12 units total)

PATH 370: Medical Scholars Research

Provides an opportunity for student and faculty interaction, as well as academic credit and financial support, to medical students who undertake original research. Enrollment is limited to students with approved projects.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum | Units: 4-18 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: ; Allison, K. (PI); Anderson, M. (PI); Angelo, R. (PI); Atwater, S. (PI); Axelrod, J. (PI); Banaei, N. (PI); Bendall, S. (PI); Berry, G. (PI); Bogyo, M. (PI); Born, D. (PI); Bowen, R. (PI); Boyd, S. (PI); Butcher, E. (PI); Cherry, A. (PI); Cleary, M. (PI); Cockerham, G. (PI); Connolly, A. (PI); Cornbleet, J. (PI); Cowan, T. (PI); Crabtree, G. (PI); Engleman, E. (PI); Faix, J. (PI); Fernandez Vina, M. (PI); Fire, A. (PI); Folkins, A. (PI); Fontaine, M. (PI); Foung, S. (PI); Galel, S. (PI); Galli, S. (PI); Geaghan, S. (PI); George, T. (PI); Gonzalez, C. (PI); Goodnough, L. (PI); Graef, I. (PI); Gratzinger, D. (PI); Haber, S. (PI); Haddix, T. (PI); Hazard, F. (PI); Hendrickson, M. (PI); Higgins, J. (PI); Jensen, K. (PI); Kambham, N. (PI); Kao, C. (PI); Kempson, R. (PI); Kim, J. (PI); Kong, C. (PI); Lipsick, J. (PI); Long, S. (PI); Longacre, T. (PI); Lu, B. (PI); Manning, M. (PI); McKenney, A. (PI); McKenney, J. (PI); Merker, J. (PI); Michie, S. (PI); Montgomery, S. (PI); Natkunam, Y. (PI); Oh, D. (PI); Ohgami, R. (PI); Pai, R. (PI); Pando Rigal, M. (PI); Pinsky, B. (PI); Plowey, E. (PI); Pollack, J. (PI); Regula, D. (PI); Rouse, R. (PI); Schrijver, I. (PI); Schwartz, E. (PI); Shan, H. (PI); Shen, K. (PI); Shi, R. (PI); Sibley, R. (PI); Sidow, A. (PI); Sobel, R. (PI); Sundram, U. (PI); Sussman, H. (PI); Tan, B. (PI); Tyan, D. (PI); Viele, M. (PI); Vogel, H. (PI); Wang, T. (PI); Warnke, R. (PI); Weissman, I. (PI); Wernig, G. (PI); Wernig, M. (PI); West, R. (PI); Zambrano, E. (PI); Zehnder, J. (PI); van de Rijn, M. (PI); Jones, D. (GP)

PATH 398A: Clinical Elective in Pathology

VISITING: Open to visitors. TYPE OF CLERKSHIP: Elective. DESCRIPTION: Provides an opportunity for a student in the clinical years to have an in-depth experience in one of the fields of Pathology, of a quality and duration to decide upon by the student and a faculty preceptor in the Department of Pathology. Please note: Students cannot add 398A clerkships directly to their fishbowl schedules through the regular shuffles. Please contact Caroline Cheang in the Office of Medical Student Affairs at cheang@stanford.edu or 650-498-7619 with the faculty preceptors name and email address to add this clerkship. Please note: INTERNAL ROTATORS: please download the Department of Pathology Clerkship Application at: http://med.stanford.edu/pathology/education.html and return to pathology clerkship coordinator as soon as your registration is complete, or you receive an approval from the program director. VISITING ROTATORS: must complete the Department of Pathology Clerkship Application at: http://med.stanford.edu/pathology/education.html and submit for approval to the clerkship coordinator, prior to applying for this course. PREREQUISITES: None. PERIODS AVAILABLE: 1-16, 2 students per period. CLERKSHIP DIRECTOR: Kimberly Allison, M.D. CLERKSHIP COORDINATOR: Gabby Barela, 650-721-5755, gbarela@stanford.edu. REPORTING INSTRUCTIONS: Where: TBA (designated faculty preceptor); Time: TBA. CALL CODE: 2 (varies according to preceptor). OTHER FACULTY: Staff. LOCATION: SHC.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum | Units: 5 | Repeatable 3 times (up to 15 units total)

PATH 399: Graduate Research

Students undertake investigations sponsored by individual faculty members. Opportunities at the molecular, cellular, and clinicopathologic levels. Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Terms: Aut, Win, Spr, Sum | Units: 1-18 | Repeatable for credit
Instructors: ; Allison, K. (PI); Anderson, M. (PI); Angelo, R. (PI); Atwater, S. (PI); Axelrod, J. (PI); Banaei, N. (PI); Bendall, S. (PI); Berry, G. (PI); Bogyo, M. (PI); Born, D. (PI); Bowen, R. (PI); Boyd, S. (PI); Butcher, E. (PI); Cherry, A. (PI); Cleary, M. (PI); Cockerham, G. (PI); Connolly, A. (PI); Cornbleet, J. (PI); Cowan, T. (PI); Crabtree, G. (PI); Engleman, E. (PI); Faix, J. (PI); Fernandez Vina, M. (PI); Fire, A. (PI); Folkins, A. (PI); Fontaine, M. (PI); Foung, S. (PI); Galel, S. (PI); Galli, S. (PI); Geaghan, S. (PI); George, T. (PI); Gonzalez, C. (PI); Goodnough, L. (PI); Graef, I. (PI); Gratzinger, D. (PI); Haber, S. (PI); Haddix, T. (PI); Hazard, F. (PI); Hendrickson, M. (PI); Higgins, J. (PI); Jensen, K. (PI); Kambham, N. (PI); Kao, C. (PI); Kempson, R. (PI); Kim, J. (PI); Kong, C. (PI); Lipsick, J. (PI); Long, S. (PI); Longacre, T. (PI); Lu, B. (PI); Manning, M. (PI); McKenney, A. (PI); McKenney, J. (PI); Merker, J. (PI); Michie, S. (PI); Montgomery, S. (PI); Natkunam, Y. (PI); Oh, D. (PI); Ohgami, R. (PI); Pai, R. (PI); Pando Rigal, M. (PI); Patterson, B. (PI); Pinsky, B. (PI); Plowey, E. (PI); Pollack, J. (PI); Regula, D. (PI); Rouse, R. (PI); Satpathy, A. (PI); Schrijver, I. (PI); Schwartz, E. (PI); Shan, H. (PI); Shi, R. (PI); Sibley, R. (PI); Sidow, A. (PI); Sobel, R. (PI); Sundram, U. (PI); Sussman, H. (PI); Tan, B. (PI); Tyan, D. (PI); Viele, M. (PI); Vogel, H. (PI); Wang, T. (PI); Warnke, R. (PI); Weissman, I. (PI); Wernig, G. (PI); Wernig, M. (PI); West, R. (PI); Yeh, E. (PI); Zambrano, E. (PI); Zehnder, J. (PI); van de Rijn, M. (PI); Jones, D. (GP)
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