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PARA 740: SEMINAR IV

This will be a presentation of the final results of the research in the fourth year before the thesis is finally presented to the University. Invitation is open to all.
 

PARA 730: SEMINAR III

In the third year, each student will present a progress report on his/her research to the department. The University community will be invited.

PARA 720: SEMINAR II

Based on the expertise gained through experiential research learning via attachment/internship of students to departmental or external projects, an oral presentation will be given at a seminar and a report submitted to the department in the second semester of...

PARA 710: SEMINAR I

Each student will present a formal research proposal seminar by the end of the first semester of the second year of the programme. This will include justification or relevance of the study including objectives and methodology. Invitation is open to all.

PARA 706: WILDLIFE PARASITES AND CONSERVATION

This course will explore how human natural resource exploitation impact on landscape changes, which in turn influences the emergence of diseases, especially those of zoonotic/anthroponotic importance. An understanding into the role of emerging diseases in the...

PARA 705: CONTROL OF PARASITIC DISEASES

In this course, the different approaches to the control of parasitic diseases within the community by preventative chemotherapy and vector control will be outlined. The course will enable students gain insight into some of the key concepts and methods of...

PARA 704: PARASITE EVOLUTION AND ECOLOGY

The course seeks to provide students with an overview of evolutionary ecology approach to the dynamics of the interactions between parasites and hosts towards developing research ideas that seeks to shed light on evolutionary forces that influence the outcome...

PARA 703: CELL BIOLOGY AND INFECTION

This course will cover new principles in cell biology that would provide a better understanding of the molecular and cellular mechanisms that regulate host-pathogen interactions. In particular, the mechanisms by which gene expression is regulated through...

PARA 702: HOST-PARASITE-ENVIRONMENT INTERACTIONS

This course aims to give the students a solid foundation in the knowledge of disease transmission. The course will consist of lectures and tutorials and laboratory demonstrations of the principal factors which interact to affect levels of parasite infection...

PARA 701: SPECIAL TOPICS IN PARASITOLOGY

The course examines historical and contemporary issues in parasitology, relating to the student’s area of specialization and relevance. Such topics are expected to challenge the students into exploring current and relevant research trends/discoveries in...

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