MICB-550 Pathogenesis & Therapy of Bioterrorism Related Diseases
Spring for 2015-2016
Dr. Michael Bray, MD, MPH
Microorganisms and toxins that could be employed by terrorists as biological weapons have been ranked in the order of their potential threat as Category A, B and C agents by the National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases. This course will examine the mechanisms by which the most virulent (Category A) and certain Category B and C agents cause severe illness in humans and laboratory animals and will review current approaches to the treatment of these diseases. Students enrolling for this course should have completed MICB-515 or have an equivalent background in biology and immunology.
Credits: 2
Prerequisites: None
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