3 edition of Epidemiology of Infectious Disease found in the catalog.
|LC Classifications||Dec 31, 2023|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 83 p. :|
|Number of Pages||56|
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This one-year program full-time offers two areas of specialization: a quantitative area aims to provide quantitatively focused research training in the epidemiology of infectious diseases, focusing on the analysis of communicable disease data as well as modeling and simulation; and a clinical area aims to provide research training for clinicians and clinical trainees interested in furthering their research expertise. Your use of this material constitutes acceptance of that license and the conditions of use of materials on this site.
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Explain ecological perspective on the connection between human health, animal health, and ecosystem health with respect to microbial threats. 2 Students entering the program with an M. This course will be taken by students in the final term of their M.
in the Epidemiology of Infectious Diseases concentration of Public Health, the student will be able Epidemiology of Infectious Disease There are two capstone course options: Option 1 Students may elect to enroll inHow to Develop, Write, and Evaluate an NIH Proposal.
Applicants to the clinical area of specialization will typically have a graduate degree from a clinical program or currently be enrolled in a clinical degree-granting program.
Each grade of Fail must be balanced by two grades of Honors. 2 Students entering the program with an M. Students will meet as a group for cross-cutting didactic sessions on reading RFAs, NIH peer review and scoring, and effective grant writing and grantsmanship.
or relevant graduate degree may be exempt.
There are two capstone course options: Option 1 Students may elect to enroll in , How to Develop, Write, and Evaluate an NIH Proposal.
Students in this course will develop an NIH-style research proposal focusing on a topic related to infectious disease epidemiology.
This course will be taken by students in the final term of their M.