Basic information on structure, classification and pathogenity mechanisms of microorganisms which cause diseases in humans.
The basic epidemiological concepts, epidemiological research designs, analysis and evaluation of research results, analysis of the epidemic.
Rules in microbiology laboratories, bio-safety, properties of various types of microscopes and microbiological examination of microorganisms. Includes laboratory work.
Physical and chemical techniques used in the prevention and control of infections. Sterilization and disinfection methods, mechanisms of action of antimicrobial agents and resistance mechanisms.
Parasites of medical importance and their eukaryotic cell structures, pathogenity mechanisms involved in disease and methods to diagnose them. Parasitic diseases commonly seen in Türkiye.
The aim of this course is to teach the basic principles of medical mycology. The course provides deep insight into fungal pathogenesis in infectious diseases. Molecular and classical diagnostic methods, patterns of pathogenesis of main species, and extended antifungal analyzes will be provided. The course will focus on epidemiology, diagnosis criteria for infections due to common and emerging yeasts or filamentous fungi, principles of antifungal therapeutic management, practical guidelines. The assessment of the students will be performed on the basis of their performance in presentations, their participation in discussion of topics and final exam.
Bu ders kredisiz olup, disiplinlerarası tüm programlardan öğrencilerin katılımını sağlayarak öğrenciler arasındaki bilimsel etkileşimi artırmayı ve öğrencilerin sunum becerilerini geliştirmeyi hedefler. Yapılan çalışma ve araştırmaların, danışman öğretim üyesinin rehberliğiyle belirlenen teknikler çerçevesinde topluluk önünde sunumu ve soru cevap kısmından oluşan seminer dersi dönemsel olarak notlandırılır.
This course is non-credit course which the supervisor evaluates the student's thesis work. It covers all the studies and researches to be carried out on the thesis subject determined by the guidance of the advisor and is graded each semester by the advisor.