260.652.01 PRINCIPLES OF PUBLIC HEALTH ECOLOGY
Applies basic principles of ecology to public health, focusing on factors related to population growth and regulation and the impacts of behavior, genetics, and evolution on disease patterns. Examines the effects of population processes on disease control by vaccination, chemotherapies, and vector control.
Develop a knowledge base of basic ecological principles to understand the dynamic interplay of populations within ecosystems. Apply and analyze basic parameters to characterize population changes. Distinguish major functional categories of parasites Develop appropriate characterizations of model infectious disease systems.
- Tuesday 1:30 - 3:20
- Thursday 1:30 - 3:20
A course in advanced biology