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Dates: July 19 - August 13, 2021
In this introductory microbiology course, we'll explore 6 different pathogens and the public health responses that were employed to mitigate or eradicate them.
Each week a different module will be available for review. Modules will consist of video lectures, readings, and case studies relating to two pathogens. Course learning objectives: 1. Define infectious disease and explain mechanisms of transmission 2. Explain specific pathology as a result of a given disease 3. Explain role of public health agencies in educating the general public and in mitigating impact of disease 4. Create a novel infection and design an appropriate public health response
Written Reflections (Weekly): 40% Quizzes (Weekly): 20% Discussion Board (Weekly): 10% Final Project: 30%
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