The Department of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine is an integral part of the vibrant UCLA research enterprise and includes faculty members with a broad array of interests. Pathology & Laboratory Medicine research >
The UCLA Telepathology consultation suite in located at 27-061 CHS is the hub of our telepathology program and the new state-of-the-art infrastructure that allow us to engage in new digital pathology activities and expand our reach around the world. Photos of Telepathology Consultation Suite >
More than most disciplines of medicine, pathology is immersed in technology. Pathology & Laboratory Medicine annual reports and newsletters >
2016 Holiday Photos are here!
Congratulations, to Jerzy W. Kupiec-Weglinski, MD, PhD for his appointment as the inaugural Paul I. Terasaki Chair in Surgery at UCLA. Read More >
Artificial thymus developed at UCLA can produce cancer-fighting T cells from blood stem cells. MyScience and Public Now on April 3 and International Business Times and MedicalXpress on April 4 reported on how UCLA researchers created an artificial thymus that can produce human T cells, the white blood cells that fight against disease-causing intruders in the body. The research was led by Gay Crooks, a professor of pathology and laboratory medicine and of pediatrics and co-director of the Eli and Edythe Broad Center of Regenerative Medicine and Stem Cell Research at UCLA.
The Department serves a very important and complex mission for the University of California, Los Angeles. Our faculty are responsible for providing clinical, research and allied health training for a broad spectrum of students at UCLA. Pathology & Laboratory Medicine training programs >