Bachelor's degree in Biomedical Laboratory Techniques (to qualify as a biomedical laboratory worker) (Verona)

Methods in the Diagnostic Microbiology (2020/2021)

Course code
4S000338
Credits
8

Teaching is organised as follows:
Unit Credits Academic sector Period Academic staff
MICROBIOLOGIA CLINICA 4 MED/07-MICROBIOLOGY AND CLINICAL MICROBIOLOGY Lezioni 1 semestre TLB Annarita Mazzariol
METODI E TECNICHE DI MICROBIOLOGIA DEGLI ALIMENTI 1 MED/46-BIOTECHNOLOGY AND METHODS IN LABORATORY MEDICINE Lezioni 1 semestre TLB Marco Ligozzi
ANTROPOZOONOSI E IGIENE DEGLI ALIMENTI DI ORIGINE ANIMALE 2 VET/06-PARASITOLOGY AND ANIMAL PARASITIC DISEASES Lezioni 1 semestre TLB Marco Bottinelli
METODI E TECNICHE DI MICROBIOLOGIA CLINICA 1 MED/46-BIOTECHNOLOGY AND METHODS IN LABORATORY MEDICINE Lezioni 1 semestre TLB Marco Ligozzi

Learning outcomes

The educational objectives of the course are to provide the student with different diagnostic techniques in the clinical, food and veterinary fields to be applied in different diagnostic paths. The study and application of these pathways will be supported and justified by the clinical part of human infections, both inter-human and carried by food and animals. The main anthropozoonoses and the main human infections will therefore be treated with reference to the general characteristics of the microbial species involved, the virulence factors and the epidemiology. At the end of the training course, the student will be able to use diagnostic techniques appropriately and consciously. MODULO ANTROPOZOONOSI E IGIENE DEGLI ALIMENTI DI ORIGINE ANIMALE This course aims to give an overview about anthropozoonoses, as important diseases potentially transmissible from animals to humans, as well as their role within public and animal health. In particular, the most relevant animal infectious diseases (viral, bacterial, parasitic, fungal) and foodborne diseases are discussed. At the end of this course, the student will be able to know the major etiologic agents that cause antropoozonoses, their consequences, the biological cycle, the source of infection, the pathology, and the laboratory techniques aimed to diagnose them. MODULO METODI E TECNICHE DI MICROBIOLOGIA CLINICA The objectives of the course are to enable the acquisition of knowledge and understanding about the principles and practice of the main methods for the laboratory diagnosis of infections due to bacteria, fungi, parasites and viruses of medical interest. MODULO METODI E TECNICHE DI MICROBIOLOGIA DEGLI ALIMENTI Learning outcomes: To provide a detailed picture of the microorganisms associated with food, with particular attention to altering and pathogenic species. Establish food quality and safety indicators. Research techniques of microorganisms and / or their metabolites ranging from traditional to molecular methods. MODULO MICROBIOLOGIA CLINICA The course aims is to give students the ability to use the laboratory techniques in certain diagnostic pathways supported by the clinical microbiology of the infections. The general characteristics, the virulence factors of microbial species, combined with epidemiology of infections will enable students to use diagnostic techniques in appropriate and conscious way.





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