Introduction to Clinical Microbiology, particularly to etiopathogenic and diagnostic significance, in the field of Human Medicine.
Knowledge about different aspects of basic Microbiology to enable the graduate in Biotecnology to explore or expand any field connected to this topic.
AIMS AND LEARNING OUTCOMES
Knowledge of fundamental differences between multicellular organisms and microorganisms, and between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells, basic and ancillary structures of bacterial cells, genetic and peculiarities of bacterial cells, bacterial spores in general, and spore forming bacteria causing human disease. Knowledge of differences between saprophytic and parasite bacteria and the existence of exogenous and endogenous infections, the direct and indirect bacterial pathogenic mechanisms.
Knowledge of general, direct and indirect microbiological diagnostics, bacteriological diagnostics, antibacterial drugs, bacterial resistance to antibiotics, mechanisms of genetic onset and phenotype. Knowledge of major protozoa and yeasts. of medical interest and related diagnostic modes
Knowledge of structure of viruses in general and DNA and RNA viruses in particular, of replication and viral pathogenicity. Knowledge of viral diagnostics, direct and indirect. Knowledge of non-pathogenic parasitic bacteria, their nomenclature and localization in different districts of the human body. Knowledge of medical classification of pathogenic bacteria, viruses, protozoa and yeasts of medical interest.
Knowledge of vaccine prescriptions, classification and microbiology meaning.
Basic differences between multi-cellular organisms and microorganisms, and between eukaryotic and prokaryotic cells
Bacterial cell structure
Peculiar genetics and metabolism of bacterial cells
Saprophytic and parasite bacteria. Exogenous and endogenous infections
Direct and indirect bacterial pathogenicity
General and bacteriology microbiological diagnostics
Antibacterial drugs and resistances
Classification and structure of protozoa of medical interest
Classification and structure of yeasts of medical interest
Viral pathogenicity and viral diagnosis. Vaccine prescriptions
Classification of non-pathogenic human bacteria and related human districts
Medical classification of main pathogenic bacteria patogeni, viruses , protozoa and yeasts
Through computer support, students are given lectures written by the teacher, summarizing lessons delivered
Ricevimento: By appointment by email: firstname.lastname@example.org
ROBERTA RICCIARELLI (President)
GABRIELLA PIETRA (President)
MARIA CRISTINA MINGARI (President)
EUGENIO DEBBIA (President)