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    Course Overview:

    he principles and mechanism of pathological processes. Cell injury, reversible and persistent cell injury reactions (atrophy, hypertrophy, dysphasia, etc ). Necrosis and apoptosis. Acute, chronic and granulomatous inflammations. Systemic manifestations of inflammation. The extracellular matrix and cell interaction. Wound healing repair. Immune-mediated diseases. Immune deficiencies and autoimmunity. Neoplasia classification into benign and malignant tumor markers. Invasion and metastasis. Cell cycle kinetics. Oncogenes, viruses and human cancer. Chemical carcinogenesis. Physical carcinogenesis. Prerequisite: None

    Course highlights:

    This course is designed as a team taught course to introduce students with clinical laboratory regulations, including quality control, laboratory safety, basic safe use of equipment, and quality assurance. Basic knowledge of motivation, commitment, and human needs; management theory; organizational forms and cultures; power in organizations. Communication skills, education methods and training; decision making; groups and teams. Total quality management, laboratory accreditation and audit; efficiency and effectiveness. Health, safety and welfare of the workforce; work safety legislation, hazards of the work place, risk assessment, safety policies, safety audits and inspection. Prerequisite: None

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    9-11 hours

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    Relationships between the hosts and pathogens epidemiological aspects and mode of transmission of microbial diseases. Zoonotic diseases. Microbial pathogenicity and mechanism of virulence. The role of pathogenic bacteria and viruses in causing disease laboratory diagnosis, methods of prevention and treatment. Prerequisite: BIOL 241

    • Spring 2010
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