This course provides a unique opportunity to understand the rationale behind the design of multiple diagnostic tools used to predict, prevent, diagnose, and optimally treat disease. The emphasis is on the development and selection of appropriate analysis methods and technologies to generate reliable results and their implications in patient diagnoses. Focus areas include biometrics, clinical chemistry, hematology, diagnostic microbiology, histopathology, molecular diagnostics, and diagnostic medical imaging. As part of the course, you perform handson analyses commonly conducted in clinical laboratories and used by medical professionals.
Related Discipline(s)This summer course would also be of interest to the following discipline(s):
Biology, Chemistry / Biochemistry