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It is a 2-year part-time programme consisting of weekend sessions offered every 2 years.

Courses and teaching schedules (tentative and is under modification)

Molecular Pathology Courses


Principles and Techniques of Molecular Pathology
(27 -28 October 2018)**
- click here for 2018-2020 timetable (tentative)

PATH6002 Clinical Applications of Molecular Testing
(3-4 March 2019)**
- click here for 2018-2019 timetable (tentative)
PATH6007 Practical Course in Laboratory Methods
(May/June 2019)
- click here for 2018-2019 timetable (tentative)
PATH6003 Fundamentals of Genetic Testing for Hereditary Disorders
(15 June & 16 June 2019)**
- click here for 2018-2019 timetable (tentative)
PATH6009 Clinical Applications of Genetic Testing in Inherited Diseases and Genetic Counselling
(17, 24,31 August and 7 Spetember 2019)
- Click here for 2018-2020 timetable (tentative)
- Click here for clinical attachment

** With Practical Session scheduled on 8-10 June 2019 (tentative).

Diagnostic Pathology Courses


Molecular Microbiology and Infectious Diseases Update
(12-13 October 2019 for lectures in Molecular Microbiology;
choice of one course from Infectious Diseases Update, check dates from website http://www.hkucoi.hku.hk/pdipcapp.pdf)

- Click here for 2018-2020 timetable of Molecular Microbiology
PATH6004 Chemical Pathology, Diagnostic Haematology and Transfusion Medicine
(2-3, 9 November 2019)
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PATH6005 Essential Anatomical Pathology for Clinicians
(more suitable for medically qualified practitioners/clinicians)
(7,10 & 14 March 2020)
- click here fo 2018-2020 timetable (tentative)

Renal Pathology, Immunology and Transplant Related Pathology
(9-11 & 16 May 2020)
- click here for 2018-2020 timetable (tentative)






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