* MOL 380A (STN)
Modern Microbiology and Disease
This course examines the modern field of molecular biology through the lens of bacteria, viruses and parasites, emphasizing the impact of microbes on everyday life. Topics will include pathogenesis (evolution of communicable diseases, molecular mechanisms of virulence, antibiotic resistance), microbial biology (cell division and differentiation, quorum sensing), and how microbes interact with their habitat (microbial diversity, biofilms, bioremediation, symbiosis).
Sample reading list:
Robert Bauman, Microbiology with Diseases by Toxonomy, 3rd edition
Brenda A. Wilson, A.A.Salyers, et al, Bacterial Pathogenesis: A molecular Approach 3rd edition
See instructor for complete list
5-15 pages from the textbooks and 4-6 pages from a research article per week.
Mid Term Exam - 20%
Final Exam - 30%
Quizzes - 20%
Oral Presentation(s) - 15%
Class/Precept Participation - 15%
Prerequisites and Restrictions:
MOL 214, MOL 215 or permission of instructor..
Students taking lab (380B) are not required to take precept.
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