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Lecture 4 Feb-03-2010-c

Lecture 4 Feb-03-2010-c - Welcome to BSCI425 Announcements...

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2/2/10 1 Welcome to BSCI425 Feb 03, 2010 Announcements Disease transmission Herd immunity 1/27/10 1 BSCI425 2010 @ S. Benson Announcements Project 1 posted due on Monday Thursday’s class Questions 1/27/10 BSCI425 2010 @ S. Benson 2 Summary Terminology Know the basic terminology Be able to illustrate historical context and impacts Connections and impacts How do epidemics impact societies? 1/27/10 BSCI425 2010 @ S. Benson 3 Others to look up People Louis Pasteur Robert Koch Alexander Fleming Water Reed Wade Hampton Frost Incidences 1918 Flu 1934 Polio 1981 AIDS 2003 SARS 2009 H1N1 1/27/10 BSCI425 2010 @ S. Benson 4
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2/2/10 2 Others Irish potato famine (1845 -1851) Phytophthora infestations Dutch elm disease (1930 – 1985) Ophiostoma ulmi (syn. Ceratocystis ulmi) MSX in Chesapeake oysters (1950-1990) Haplosporidium nelsoni Chesapeake fish kills Pfiesteria piscicida African Cassava Mosaic Disease Colony collapse disorder (CCD) 1/27/10 BSCI425 2010 @ S. Benson 5 Transmission Key Points Direct vs. indirect (see Table 2-2) Clinical and preclinical vs. subclinical Persistent (chronic) vs. latent
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