Students will have an opportunity to approach this question from a basic microbiology perspective focusing on the genetics of the pathogen, from a cell biology perspective focusing on the molecules that facilitate bacterial-host cell interactions, or from a biochemical perspective focusing on mechanisms that promoter bacterial-bacterial interactions. Students will receive training in all aspects of molecular cloning, cell biology and microscopy techniques, data mining, and electron microscopy.
First-Year Spring Semester Course:
FIRE150 - FIRE COURSE 2: Antibiotic Resistance
(3 credits, General Education Distributive Studies, Natural Sciences)
Second-Year Fall Semester Course:
FIRE250 - FIRE COURSE 3: Antibiotic Resistance
(3 credits, General Education Scholarship in Practice)
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