835 Oral Pathology (2 credits) In two hours of lecture per week, this course covers clinico-pathological correlation of oral lesions with emphasis in the clinical presentation. Prerequisites: PA 800 General Pathology.
836 Oral Pathology (2 credits) In two hours of lecture per week, this course covers clinico-pathological correlation of oral lesions with emphasis in the clinical presentation. Prerequisites: ODS 835 Oral Pathology.
535 Advanced Oral Pathology (2 credits) This two-hour per week lecture covers clinico-pathological correlation of oral-maxillofacial lesions with emphasis in recent advances in the field. Prerequisites: ODS 835 and ODS 836.
530 Histologic Interpretation of Oral Lesions (2 credits) This two hours per week laboratory focuses on the microscopic evaluation of common oral-maxillofacial lesions. Prerequisites: ODS 835 and ODS 836.
910 Oral Pathology Biopsy Service (5-8 credits) A comprehensive study of oral-maxillofacial conditions. Students are responsible for reports and diagnosis of the surgical specimens received in an oral and maxillofacial pathology biopsy service.
911 Oral Pathology Journal Club (1 credit) Comprehensive review of literature relevant to head and neck pathology.
921 Oral Medicine Clinic (3 credits) Three hours a week clinic experience. This clinic provides exposure to a variety of lesions of the oral and maxillofacial region, their presentation, diagnosis and management.
925 Advanced Histopathology Seminar (2 credits) This two hours per week laboratory focuses on the microscopic evaluation of common and rare oral-maxillofacial lesions. Prerequisite: ODS 835 and ODS 836 or equivalent courses.
PTH 600 General Pathology (5 credits) Fundamentals of disease processes such as inflammation, tissue injury and repair, the immune response, and neoplasia, as well as mechanisms of hemodynamic and metabolic derangement studied and illustrated by means of clinical material and case studies will be evaluated.
PTH 601 Systemic Pathology (3-5 credits) Characteristic changes produced by diseases in particular organ systems studied in relation to their clinical manifestations.
PTH 800 Clinical Pathology (1-4 credits) Three months rotation at The Buffalo General Hospital. Utilization of laboratory procedures to examine human biological samples for diagnostic purposes.
PTH 800 Anatomic Pathology (12 credits) Six months rotation at The Buffalo General Hospital. Gross and microscopic examination of surgical and necropsy specimens (participation in a minimum of 20 autopsies).
OS 504 Oral Sciences: Microbiology and Immunology (1 credit)
OS 512 Research Design in the Oral Sciences (2 credits)
OS 518 Statistical Methods in the Oral Sciences (3 credits)
ODS 653 Thesis Guidance (1-3 credits)
ODS 651 Research (1-8 credits)
CLD 555 Head and Neck Anatomy (2 credits)
OS504/ORB510: Saliva and the Oral Microbiome (4 credits)
PER 978 Postgraduate Pharmacology (0.5 credit)