Clinical Microbiology and Immunology

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Microbiology and Immunology is taught in two interrelated parts. The M1 courses cover the basic biology of microbial pathogens and the immune system. The goal of the M2 year is to begin the integration of this knowledge into the clinical practice. In addition to a few introductory lectures, the curriculum provides as overview of basic infectious disease. However, the material is integrated between Clinical Microbiology and Pathophysiology, with anti-infective drugs covered in Pharmacology.A complete list of objectives for infectious disease in these courses is listed on the main page of the website and can be used as a study guide for Step 1.

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