1 - Journalism 101 LMP 232Y Micro for Pharmacy Students(Drugs N Bugs Who When Where What Why When Lectures Tuesdays 12-1 and Thursdays 10-11am Fall

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9/14/2009 1 LMP 232Y Micro for Pharmacy Students (Drugs N’ Bugs) Journalism 101 • Who? • When? • Where? • What? • Why? When? • Lectures – Tuesdays 12-1 and Thursdays 10-11am, Fall term – Mondays 12-1pm and Wednesdays 2-3pm Winter term • Labs: – Wednesdays (in Winter term only) Where? • Lectures: – PB250 Tuesdays and PB150 Thursdays – Labs will be announced (they take place in the Medical Sciences Building) • Group lists will be post in late December Who? • Ian Crandall, D.Phil. • Room 10-356 MaRS Building [email protected] • (416) 581-7871 Who are you? Getting to know you • Childhood Diseases • Serious Diseases • Naughty Diseases • Travel Diseases
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9/14/2009 2 What? • A working description of how Infectious Disease (ID) works – this consists of ~50 lectures • 3 lectures are “business sessions” • some lectures are general information lectures • some lectures are site specific lectures • some are disease specific lectures • some are anti-microbial lectures What you need to know (1) • “The History of the World My Sweet, is that Some Get Eaten and Some Get to Eat” • “Coughs and Sneezes Spread Diseases” What you need to know (1) • “The History of the World My Sweet, is
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1 - Journalism 101 LMP 232Y Micro for Pharmacy Students(Drugs N Bugs Who When Where What Why When Lectures Tuesdays 12-1 and Thursdays 10-11am Fall

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