Course Offering – EPI590R: Fundamentals of Pathophysiology for Public Health
Category : Student Opportunities
Open to all RSPH students
Certificate in Genetic and Molecular Epidemiology approved elective
Course description (2 credit hours):
At its core, public health is about understanding and preventing diseases. Hence, disease processes are central to the public health mission. This course will provide the foundations needed to understand the biology of disease processes from a public health perspective. The course covers a range of infectious and chronic diseases. The course is designed to be widely-accessible to MPH and Ph.D. students with only a fundamental knowledge of human biology. Thursdays 1PM-2:50.
RRR 344 (Instructor: Brad Pearce, Ph.D.).
EPI 590R, Section 2. https://atlas.emory.edu/ Room RRR 344
* Prerequisite: college level human biology, cell biology or biochemistry.