Pathology is an integral part of cancer research by describing new models of disease and evaluating effects of experimental therapies. By combining a broad expertise in experimental and comparative pathology with classical histology methods and advanced technologies, an in-depth evaluation and interpretation can be obtained.
Our experienced pathologists collaborate with many scientists and play an active role in research projects. They provide descriptions and interpretations of the pathology of new disease models, and evaluate effects and side effects of experimental therapies and other interventions.
Comparative pathologists use their medical knowledge of both mouse and human physiology, anatomy and pathology, to translate scientific findings in animal models to the human species.
Our goal is to offer scientists a complete and correct identification and interpretation of abnormalities, so that we can better understand the complex effects of experiments on the organism and all its organs and tissues.
Our facilities provide cutting–edge techniques and expertise in molecular and morphological analysis for qualified analysis of genetically modified animals and animal models of human diseases.