51113 Medical Microbiology
This course describes an introduction to microbiology, bacteria, protozoa, algae, microbial growth, metabolism of microbes, microbial genetics, controlling microbes, antimicrobial therapy, host- microbe relationships and disease processes, immunity, some bacterial and viral diseases of the skin, mucosa, eyes, wounds, &STD’s, bacterial and viral disease of the brain and meningitis, diseases of the blood (bacterial & viral diseases transmitted by Arthropod vectors), bacterial &viral infections of the respiratory system, and intestinal system-bacterial &viral infections of the digestive system
- At the end of this course the student is expected to:
- 1. Introduce to the history and basic structure and functions of microorganisms (Bacteria, Viruses and Fungi), including their laboratory diagnosis.
- 2. Describe classification and identification of bacteria, viruses and fungi
Books for this Course
- Introducation to Microbiology notes, Omar Sh Aden (2014)
- MICROBIOLOGY DEMYSTIFIED DR.Tom Besty Jim Keogh 2005
- Illustrated Reviews: Microbiology Lippincott’s Williams & Wilkins, a Wolters Kluwer business
- The Microbial World by Kenneth Todar PhD University of Wisconsin-Madison 2009
- September 2015
- January 2016
- ( 02 – Aug- 2017 ) Kampala, July 31, 201...
- ( 02- Aug- 2017 ) Workshop on ICT in mass medi...
- ( 01- Aug- 2017 ) Mogadishu University Institu...
- ( 19 – July – 2017 ) After success...
- ( 17 – July – 2017 ) A Three-day w...