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					          Interdisciplinary Concentration in Infectious Disease Epidemiology
                             Concentration Form 2010-2011
              NOTE: This form should be completed twice during your program:
                      1. In the first term of concentration participation.
                      2. In the graduating term, accompanied by an unofficial transcript.
Student Information
Name                                               Department
HUID                                               Degree Program
Email                                              Semester Matriculated
Mail Box #                                         Graduating Semester
Status            Part-Time          Full-Time     Advisor

Course Plan: Please complete the information requested in Sections A-C. Your course plan may be revised at
any time, but must fulfill the concentration requirements and total at least 15.0 credits. You may also visit the ID
Epi website for additional details: http://idepi.hsph.harvard.edu

A. Required Course - select 5.0 credits from the list below
   Course
   Number                               Course Title                           Credits   Semester/Year     Grade
 EPI501          Dynamics of Infectious Diseases                              2.5
                 Epidemiology of HIV, Part 1: Etiology, natural history and
 EPI255                                                                       2.5
                 transmission
                 Epidemiology of HIV, Part 2: Design and conduct of
 EPI256                                                                       2.5
                 therapeutic and prevention interventions
 EPI260          Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Disease                 2.5

B. Primary Electives - select 5.0 credits from the list below
   Course
   Number                               Course Title                           Credits   Semester/Year     Grade
 BIO287          Public Health Surveillance                                   2.5

 EPI216          Epidemiology in Public Health Practice                       2.5
                 Epidemiology of HIV, Part 1: etiology, natural history and
 EPI255                                                                       2.5
                 transmission
                 Epidemiology of HIV, Part 2: design and conduct of
 EPI256                                                                       2.5
                 therapeutic and prevention interventions
 EPI260          Mathematical Modelling of Infectious Diseases                2.5

 EPI501          Dynamics of Infectious Disease                               2.5

 EPI502          Biology and Epidemiology of Antibiotic Resistance            1.25

 GHP505          Sex, reproduction, and reproductive health                   2.5

 GHP534          Introduction to Spatial Methods for Public Health            2.5
                 Social, Political and Economic Dimensions of Infectious
 GHP539                                                                       2.5
                 Disease in Developing Countries
 ID271           Advanced Regression for Environmental Epidemiology           2.5
                 Ecology, epidemiology, and control of important
 IID201                                                                       3.0
                 parasitic diseases of developing areas
 IID208          Immunology of infectious diseases                            5.0

 IID228          Combatting infectious diseases in the developing world       2.5
           Interdisciplinary Concentration in Infectious Disease Epidemiology
                              Concentration Form 2010-2011
C. Secondary Electives – select 5.0 credits from the list below
   Course
   Number                                 Course Title                          Credits   Semester/Year    Grade
 BIO249          Bayesian statistics in biostatistics                          5.0
 BIO283          Spatial statistics for health research and social inquiry     5.0

 EH223           Advanced respiratory physiology                               5.0

 EH253           Ventilation and indoor air quality                            2.5

 EH256           Introduction to aerobiology                                   2.5

 EH278           Human health and global environmental change                  2.5/5.0

 EPI252          Infections and cancer                                         2.5

 ID201           Malaria and human affairs                                     2.5

 ID262           Introduction to the practice of international health          2.5
                 Decision-making for infectious disease control (new for
 ID000*(#TBA)                                                                  1.25
                 Winter session 2010-11)
                 Public health response to mass emergencies (formerly
 ID517                                                                         2.5
                 ID287)
 ID298           Inference in infectious disease epidemiology                  1.25
                 Tuberculosis: the host, the organism, and the global
 IID202                                                                        2.5
                 threat
 IID204          Survey of immunology                                          1.25

 IID206          Principles of public health entomology                        2.5

 IID216          Cellular and molecular biology of parasites                   5.0

 IID225          Design and development of a vaccine                           2.5

 IID227          Genetics and Genomics of Infectious Disease                   2.5
                 Introduction to computational genomics for infectious
 IID229                                                                        1.25
                 disease
 GHP253          Human ecology                                                 2.5

                 HIV/AIDS in developing countries: epidemiology and
 GHP267                                                                        2.5
                 national responses


 NUT210          Nutritional Problems of Less-Developed Countries              2.5

 RDS280          Decision analysis for health and medical practices            2.5


* Indicates a course newly added to the curriculum.

Please return this form to Linda Coventry, 5th Floor Kresge, Suite 506 (temp address)
Questions? Email lcoventr@hsph.harvard.edu.

For Official Use:

          Concentration Completion:                      Approved on _________________          Not Approved

          Reviewed by: _______________________________                       Program: _________________________
: _________________________

				
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