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Course Details


Clinical microbiology and immunology is designed to train students in the principles of microbiology and introduce them to its application in pharmaceutical and clinical practice and to the understanding and management of infectious diseases. Topics in pharmaceutical and clinical microbiology will include fundamental principles of pathogenicity (specifically bacteria, fungi, viruses and parasites), antimicrobial agents, contamination and infection control, aseptic techniques and sterility requirement in pharmaceuticals production.

Credits:  4


There are no prerequisites listed for this course.

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