21ST CENTURY PATHOGENS (MICR 5620) Fall Semester, 2009
Coordinator: David Lukac, Ph.D. ( email@example.com, 973-972-4483, ext. 2-0907)
Lecture time: 2:00-3:30 PM, Monday, Wednesday and Friday (Unless otherwise noted)
Lecture room: ICPH - E220R (floor 2; left turn out of elevator, left at end of hall, then right at end of hall)
The course will be divided into five sub-sections; each pathogen-specific section will also have one readings meeting in which students, as teams, will present current articles chosen by the faculty in charge of that session.
To understand the pathogenicity of viruses, bacteria, parasites, and fungi that infect humans, and the host response to these infections, with a focus on the major experimental systems used for each.
Will be based on:
|II.||Exams II, III, IV (20% each)||60%|
|III.||a written research proposal||20%|
|IV.||participation in readings/critiques of current literature||5%|
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