General Information

Getting advice

Students presently studying in, or intending to study in the Department of Pathology, should contact the following people for advice about course planning and other course-related issues:

Honours Co-ordinator

Dr Theo Mantamadiotis
Email: theom@unimelb.edu.au
Phone: +61 3 8344 5861  (45861 if calling from a landline phone here on campus)

Academic Program Co-ordinator

Associate Professor Frederic Hollande
Email: frederic.hollande@unimelb.edu.au
Phone: +61 3 9035 8780 (58780 if calling from a landline phone here on campus)

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Majors administered by Pathology

A Major consists of 50 points of third year subjects in a defined area. All students enrolled in a BSc or BBiomedicine are required to complete a major. A major may have compulsory (core) subjects and additional subjects chosen from a list of electives. In planning your path to a Major, please pay attention to prerequisites for core and elective subjects. Prerequisities will have to be completed prior to undertaking the major.

  • Pathology: The handbook entry for the Pathology Major can be accessed here.

Subjects Administered by Pathology

  • PATH20001: Exploring Human Disease - Science. Semester 2. The handbook entry for this Subject can be accessed here.
  • PATH20003: Experimental Pathology. Semester 2. The handbook entry for this Subject can be accessed here.
  • PATH30001: Mechanisms of Human Disease. Semester 1. The handbook entry for this Subject can be accessed here.
  • PATH30002: Techniques for Investigation of Disease. Semester 1. The handbook entry for this Subject can be accessed here.
  • PATH30003: Frontiers in Human Disease. Semester 2. The handbook entry for this Subject can be accessed here.
  • PATH30004: Advanced Investigation of Human Disease. Semester 2. The handbook entry for this Subject can be accessed here.
  • PATH40001: Pathology Research Project. Semester 1. The handbook entry for this Subject can be accessed here.
  • PATH40002: Critical Analysis of Pathology Research. Semester 1. The handbook entry for this Subject can be accessed here.
  • PATH40005: Pathology Research Project. Semester 2. The handbook entry for this Subject can be accessed here.