Department of Pathological Anatomy and Forensic Medicine

 

The Department of Pathological Anatomy and Forensic Medicine consists of Chair of Pathological Anatomy and Chair of Forensic Medicine. 

Pathological anatomy is taught to the students of medicine and dentistry in the field of medical sciences, in the field of physiotherapy, and to the master students of biomedicine. Forensic medicine is taught to the students of medicine and dentistry students and residents.

Chair of Pathological Anatomy

Chair of Forensic Medicine

Doctoral theses

Tartu Ülikool uuring näitas, et ühest geeniveast põhjustatud mehepoolne viljatus on arvatust palju sagedasem.

One of the largest male infertility genetic studies improves molecular diagnostics and personalized management of andrology patients

Koroonaviirus

European Commission funds research to tackle long-term COVID-19 health impact

Doctoral defence: Fangling Xuan „Regulation of stress response in first episode schizophrenia by monocytes and microglia“

17. mail kaitseb Fangling Xuan doktoritööd „Regulation of stress response in first episode schizophrenia by monocytes and microglia” (,,Stressivastuse reguleerimine skisofreenia esimese episoodi korral monotsüütide ja mikrogliia poolt“).