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The Department of Laboratory Medicine and Pathobiology (LMP), the largest of its kind in Canada and one of the largest worldwide, is a major modern academic department within the University of Toronto Academic Health Sciences Centre. LMP has divisions of Clinical Biochemistry, Medical Microbiology and Pathology. Pathology has additional subdivisions of Hematopathology and Neuropathology.

Research work, both basic translational and clinically applied, is a very successful focus in the department. With faculty receiving over $28 million in research funds in 2004-05. Well equipped biomedical laboratory facilities are utilized at the Medical Sciences Building and at the teaching hospitals and their research institutes. Students offered numerous opportunities for state-of-the-art cell and molecular research along with advanced courses and training on mechanisms of human disease.

Recent Submissions

Protein Hypercitrullination, a Basic Mechanism of Demyelinating Diseases

Differential Effects of PPAR-γ Activation vs. Chemical or Genetic Reduction of DPP-4 Activity on Murine Bone Quality

Epigenetic Basis for Heterogeneity in VCAM-1 Gene Expression Patterns in Cytokine Activated Vascular Endothelium

Peripherin-28 as a Biomarker of ALS: A Methodological Study

The Role of CtBP in Pituitary Tumorigenesis

 

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