May 27, 2020  
Catalog 2020-2021 
  
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BI 239 - Parasitology, Epidemiology, and Public Health


Credits: 4
An exploration of the intersecting central tenets of parasitology, epidemiology, and public health. Students will study their commonalities to better understand the dynamics of antagonistic networks; their application to veterinary and human medicine, agriculture, and conservation; and to gain, share, and merge knowledge from different levels of biological organization (subcellular to landscapes and social networks). The course contrasts the insights, opportunities, and methodologies particular to correlative studies, manipulative experiments, in-silico experiments, and meta-analyses, and is grounded in an analysis of current published research.
Prerequisites:  BI 107  and BI 108 .
J. Ness



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