Top Pathology/Experimental Pathology Doctors degree research scholarship Programs - 2023

A program that focuses on the scientific study of the expression, initiation, maintenance and progression of tissue injury and disease, including death, and the relationship of pathogenesis to fundamental molecular and cellular mechanisms. Includes instruction in immunology, microbiology, gene expression, inflammation, cell injury, apoptosis, immunopathology, molecular markers of disease and toxins, neoplasia, growth regulation, and organ- and system-specific investigations.

Students studying Pathology/Experimental Pathology can earn up to a Post masters certificate. On average, 52% percent of men and 48% percent of women make up the degrees awarded across all college campuses. Out of all the US states, New York is where degrees in Pathology/Experimental Pathology are most commonly granted. The average starting salary for an undergraduate degree in Pathology/Experimental Pathology is $38,400.

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Top Colleges for Pathology/Experimental Pathology

The best ranked institutions for Pathology/Experimental Pathology majors include Johns Hopkins University, Brown University and Case Western Reserve University with 12 students receiving degrees in Pathology/Experimental Pathology at Johns Hopkins University. Learn more about college options in the table below.

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