AHLS 336 - Medical Diagnostic Microbiology/Mycology/Parasitology
Theory and application of general microbiology principles and laboratory techniques to diagnostic microbiology practices as routinely applied in the clinical laboratory. Introductory studies of the processes and clinical laboratory strategies for cultivation/identification of pathogens in the human. Theory and application of general principles and laboratory techniques for the identification of pathogenic fungi and parasites in the clinical laboratory.
Prerequisites & Notes PRQ: BIOS 213 or BIOS 313; and medical laboratory sciences major.