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PAMM 509 IMMUNOLOGY 2 Credit Hours

Study of basic and clinical immunological principles.

Prerequisite:  P-1 standing.

Instructor: Dhirender Singh, Ph.D.

Capacity: 70

PAMM 550 MED MICROBIOLOGY 3-4 Credit Hours

Study of basic principles of bacteriology, mycology, parasitology, and virology including the pathogenic properties and diseases of medically important species of bacteria, fungi, protozoa, helminths, and viruses.

Prerequisite:  P-1 standing.

Instructor: James Booth, Ph.D.

Capacity: 70


This course is a presentation of normal and abnormal development, structure and growth of human cells, tissues and organs. PAMM 690 is taught by faculty members in the College of Medicine. Histological criteria of the different organ systems will be presented. Emphasis will be made on the cardiovascular pulmonary and renal organ systems.

Prerequisite:  Enrollment in the Clinical Perfusion, Cytotechnology, Pharmacy or the Physician Assistant program.

Typically Offered: FALL/SP/SU