FUNDAMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY INTRODUCTION

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					FUNDAMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
      INTRODUCTION


      John Sippel, Ph.D.
       FUNDAMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
              SYLLABUS
•   Course Meetings
•   Course Description
•   Texts
•   Course Learning Outcomes
•   General Class Policies
•   General Lab Policies
•   Dates
•   Grading
•   Missed Exams
•   Academic Integrity
      FUNDAMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
           COURSE OUTLINE
•   Immunology
•   Microbiology
•   Infectious Disease
•   Microbial Diseases by Systems
     FUNDAMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
          COURSE OUTLINE
• Immunology
   – Elements of the immune response
      • Cells of the Immune System
      • Cytokines, Chemokines, Complement, Eicosanoids
      • Apoptosis, Acute Phase Response
      • Inflammation, Fever
   – Innate Immunity
      • 1st Line = Barriers: mechanical, chemical
      • 2nd Line = inflam, complement, phagocytosis, interferon
   – Adaptive Immunity
      • Humoral = antibody
      • Cell Mediated = cytotoxic T cells, activated Macs
       FUNDAMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
            COURSE OUTLINE
Microbiology
   Bacteriology
        structure, physiology
        Gram pos, Gram neg, Mycobacteria, Spirochetes
   Virology
        structure / replication; icosohedral / helical
        RNA / DNA; nominclature
   Mycology
        yeasts / molds
        dermatophytes, subcutaneous, systemic, opportunist
   Parasitology
        protozoa: amoeba, sporozoa, flagellates
        helminths: nematodes, trematodes, cestodeds
        FUNDAMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
             COURSE OUTLINE
•   Infectious Diseases
     – Epidemiology; reservoirs
          • Emerging infectious diseases
          • Bioterrorism
     – Route of entry
     – Pathogenesis
     – Host response
     – Diagnosis
     – Management
         • Antibiotics
     – Prevention
         • Chemoprophylaxis
         • immunoprophylaxis
      FUNDAMENTAL MICROBIOLOGY
           COURSE OUTLINE
• Microbial Diseases by Systems
  –   Respiratory
  –   Digestive
  –   Genitourinary
  –   Central Nervous System (CNS)
  –   Blood
  –   Skin, eyes
  –   HIV and AIDS

				
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