Graduate Study Overview

Pathology is the specialized area of biomedical science that emphasizes the study of disease, and it is therefore one of the most multi-disciplinary fields of research.  Investigators in a pathology department may be utilizing information and experimental techniques originally developed in almost any area of modern biology and, in return, may contribute new knowledge of benefit to many other disciplines.  Research on disease may target any of the organ systems, in normal and abnormal conditions, and studies may be conducted from a structural, biochemical or functional perspective at any level, from the intact organism down to specific components of the individual cell.

For more information on our individual programs, please click the tabs on the left or contact:

Professor Edith Zorychta

Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Program Director
Department of Pathology, Duff Medical Building
3775 University St., Room 709
Montreal, Quebec H3A 2B4
Tel.: 514-398-7125
Email: edith.zorychta [at] mcgill.ca

Dr. Hua Ling

Graduate and Postdoctoral Studies Program Coordinator
Department of Pathology, Duff Medical Building
3775 University St., Room B4
Montreal, Quebec H3A 2B4
Tel.: 514-398-3045
Email: gradstudies.pathology [at] mcgill.ca (Graduate Studies Program Coordinator)