PM 202 – Medical microbiology
- Prof Dr Hoda ElShamy
- Ass.Prof Dr Gihan elbatouti
- Dr Nevine Lotfy
- T.A:Ibrahim Ashraf abd elwahab
- Ph: Heba Hesham
- Ph:Heba Ossama
- Ph, Ghada Ossama
- PH karim khairy
- Ph: Nada Elmeniawy
- Ph :Yasmine Ashraf
Recognize bacteria implicated in human diseases along with their underlying pathogenesis Correlate the clinical picture with laboratory information to establish a diagnosis. Identify and recall pathogenic fungi along with some human fungal diseases. The practical study involves the development of skills required for safe handling and identification of infectious agents
Bacterial structure genetics and metabolism, virulence factors and normal flora Gram positive cocci Gram positive bacilli Spore forming bacilli Enteric Gram negative bacilli Vibrio &Parvobacteriacae Mycobacteria Atypical bacteria Viruses and fungi
- Written exams to assess knowledge and understanding and intellectual skills a2.
- Practical exam to assess the acquired professional skills a3.
- Oral exam to assess knowledge and understanding and intellectual skills a3.
- Research and assignments to assess intellectual skills, professional skills and general and transferable skills b1.
- Course work , practical: weekly b2.
- Quiz: Week 5 b3.
- Mid-term exam: Week 8 b4.
- Final practical exam week 12-13 b4.
- Final written exam: Week 15-17 b5.
- Oral exam Week 15
Tortora, GJ, Funke, BR, Case CL. (2010) Microbiology, an Introduction. 10th edition. Pearson Education, Inc
Recommended text books
1. Levinson W. Review of medical microbiology and immunology. 12th ed. New York, Chicago, San Francisco, London, New Delhi, Sydney, Toronto: The McGraw Hill Comp; 2014. ISBN:97800717928758.
2. Ryan KJ, Ray CG, Sherris JC, editors. Sherris medical microbiology: An introduction to infectious diseases. 4th ed. New York, Chicago, San Francisco, London, New Delhi, Sydney, Toronto: The McGraw Hill Comp; 2014. ISBN-9781259255182
3. 1- Harvey RA. Microbiology. Lippincott Williams & Wilkins; 2007.