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Medical Sciences (MEDS)
- D class assignments for undergraduates available; phone (323) 442-4300.
- D class assignments for graduate students available; phone (323) 442-3141.
Evaluation of government and nongovernment organizations new global health responses, and critical issues affecting global health including: environment, workforce conditions, obesity, nutrition, drugs, poverty.
|41434D||050||Lecture||9:00-12:50pm||Tue, Thu||8 of 50||Gilda Noori||MCH156|
HIV epidemiology, basic biology of transmission and pathophysiology, associated opportunistic infections, and challenges to providing care in the developing world, including government responses.
|41354D||050||Lecture||5:30-7:20pm||Mon, Wed||11 of 60||Noah Wald-Dickler||MCH156|
Introduction to refugee healthcare and life events which impact health. Discuss medical needs of long-term displaced populations with specific case studies. Open only to graduate students.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Doctoral Student, Graduate Visitor, Professional Year 1, Master Student
|41422D||050||Lecture||3:00-4:50pm||Mon, Wed||10 of 35||Maryam Farzanegan||MCH156|
Introduction to tactics, tools, and directives commonly used in global health crises and resource-poor settings with an emphasis on strategic thinking and planning to enable situation-specific solutions to be implemented.
|41356D||050||Lecture||9:00-10:50am||Mon, Wed||31 of 61||Benjamin La Brot||MCH156|
Examination of country-specific factors affecting pregnancy, pre-natal care, and childbirth in South Africa, with analysis of factors contributing to health inequality and methods to mitigate healthcare challenges.
|41361D||050||Lecture||11:00-12:50pm||Mon, Wed||20 of 50||Kim Turner||Word (54606 KB)|
Research leading to the master's degree. Maximum units which may be applied to the degree to be determined by the department. Graded CR/NC.
|41364D||050||1.0-4.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||2 of 15||Elahe Nezami||OFFICE|
Internship course on the use of new technology based on sensors and wireless communications to the healthcare industry.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following major(s): Electrical Engineering (Wireless Health Technology)
|41390R||050||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 10||Elahe Nezami,|
Internship course on the use of new technology based on sensors and wireless communications to the healthcare industry. Continues material from GM-597a. Open only to M.S., Electrical Engineering (Wireless Health Technology) students. Graded CR/NC.
|41366D||050||Lecture||TBA||TBA||0 of 5||Elahe Nezami||OFFICE|
Lecture and discussion focused on specific topics within global medicine. Course topic will vary from semester to semester.
|Childhood Vaccination in Developing Countries: Challenges in the Under-five Population|
|41368D||050||2.0||Lecture||1:00-2:50pm||Mon, Tue||18 of 30||Aninda Das||MCH256|
|41374D||050||2.0||Lecture||3:00-4:50pm||Tue, Thu||42 of 55||Paul Holtom,|
The Fall 2020 semester will begin with fully remote instruction, with limited exceptions for clinical education. Faculty will contact students to provide information to login to classes. Read more.