WWS 571C Graded A-F, P/D/F, Audit
Topics in Development - Global Challenges of Infection, Burden & Control
An exploration of the biological, public health and global dimensions of infectious disease. The basic features of human-microbe interactions by examining several viral, bacterial and parasitic infections are analyzed.. Emphasis includes biology, burden of illness and domestic and global forces shaping the expanding threat. Control strategies, including chemotherapy, vaccines and environmental changes; and the role of international organizations such as WHO, UNICEF, and GAVI and the major philanthropies, are considered.
Open to Graduate Students Only.
Active class participation by each student will be expected, including one presentation based on individual research.
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