units

MRU0036

Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences

Postgraduate - Unit

This unit entry is for students who completed this unit in 2015 only. For students planning to study the unit, please refer to the unit indexes in the the current edition of the Handbook. If you have any queries contact the managing faculty for your course or area of study.

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0 points, SCA Band 2, 0.000 EFTSL

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LevelPostgraduate
FacultyFaculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences
OfferedAlfred Hospital Research quarter 1 2015 (Day)
Alfred Hospital Research quarter 1 2015 (External Candidature)
Clayton Research quarter 1 2015 (Day)
Clayton Research quarter 1 2015 (External Candidature)
Monash Medical Centre Research quarter 1 2015 (Day)
Monash Medical Centre Research quarter 1 2015 (External Candidature)
Alfred Hospital Research quarter 2 2015 (Day)
Alfred Hospital Research quarter 2 2015 (External Candidature)
Clayton Research quarter 2 2015 (Day)
Clayton Research quarter 2 2015 (External Candidature)
Monash Medical Centre Research quarter 2 2015 (Day)
Monash Medical Centre Research quarter 2 2015 (External Candidature)
Alfred Hospital Research quarter 3 2015 (Day)
Alfred Hospital Research quarter 3 2015 (External Candidature)
Clayton Research quarter 3 2015 (Day)
Clayton Research quarter 3 2015 (External Candidature)
Monash Medical Centre Research quarter 3 2015 (Day)
Monash Medical Centre Research quarter 3 2015 (External Candidature)
Alfred Hospital Research quarter 4 2015 (Day)
Alfred Hospital Research quarter 4 2015 (External Candidature)
Clayton Research quarter 4 2015 (Day)
Clayton Research quarter 4 2015 (External Candidature)
Monash Medical Centre Research quarter 4 2015 (Day)
Monash Medical Centre Research quarter 4 2015 (External Candidature)
Coordinator(s)Professor Mibel Aguilar

Synopsis

Pathology is the study of the medical specialisation concerned with the causes and effects of diseases, including the structural and functional changes of body organs, tissues and fluids, and the systematic methods of detecting these changes. This detailed field may include examining specimens to determine the origin, nature and course of any disease present, histopathology, interpreting and evaluating pathology tests, and post-mortem examination. This unit is 100% research with a view to producing a thesis.

Assessment

Thesis assessed by two external examiners.

Chief examiner(s)