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MIBO 4700/6700

Medical Mycology
Credit Hours:
3 hours.

Provides information on the principles of fungal pathogenesis, diagnosis, and antifungal therapies, mechanisms of drug resistance, and relevant genetic and molecular tools to study human fungal pathogens and drug discovery. Provides basic training in reading scientific literature, presenting a talk on a research topic, and critiquing scientific reports.

Prerequisite or Corequisite:
BIOL 1108 or BIOL 1108H
Semester Offered:

Instructors of this Course

Gene E. Michaels Distinguished Professor in Medical Mycology

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