Anna Nevesinjac

Assistant Teaching Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Laboratory Medicine & Pathology Dept

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Assistant Teaching Professor, Faculty of Medicine & Dentistry - Laboratory Medicine & Pathology Dept
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nevesinj@ualberta.ca

Courses

MLSCI 210 - Foundations of Instrumentation

Introduction to principles and techniques that form the basis of both automated and manual analytical measurement in the clinical laboratory. Students will perform various methods including, but not limited to: microscopy, spectrophotometry, electrophoresis, immunoassay and chromatography. Various components of the analytical process such as the use of routine laboratory equipment, laboratory mathematics and reagent preparation will be emphasized. Students will analyze and interpret laboratory generated data for conformance with quality standards. Restricted to Medical Laboratory Science students.


MLSCI 242A - Pathogenic Microbiology I

As an introduction to clinical bacteriology, this course considers the most common and notorious pathogenic bacteria and the fundamentals of the human immune response that are critical to our health. The lecture portion of the course will focus on microbial pathogenic mechanisms and ways these pathogens get established and avoid destruction by the immune response. The laboratory portion of the course will focus on diagnostic procedures, such as isolation and characterization of these pathogenic microorganisms. Restricted to Medical Laboratory Science students. May not be taken for credit if credit already received in MLSCI 240.


MLSCI 242B - Pathogenic Microbiology I

As an introduction to clinical bacteriology, this course considers the most common and notorious pathogenic bacteria and the fundamentals of the human immune response that are critical to our health. The lecture portion of the course will focus on microbial pathogenic mechanisms and ways these pathogens get established and avoid destruction by the immune response. The laboratory portion of the course will focus on diagnostic procedures, such as isolation and characterization of these pathogenic microorganisms. Restricted to Medical Laboratory Science students. May not be taken for credit if credit already received in MLSCI 240.


MLSCI 244A - Pathogenic Microbiology I

As an introduction to clinical bacteriology, this course considers the most common and notorious pathogenic bacteria and the fundamentals of the human immune response that are critical to our health. The lecture portion of the course will focus on microbial pathogenic mechanisms and ways these pathogens get established and avoid destruction by the immune response. Prerequisite: CSMLS general certification or consent of the department. May not be taken for credit if credit already obtained in MLSCI 241.


MLSCI 244B - Pathogenic Microbiology I

As an introduction to clinical bacteriology, this course considers the most common and notorious pathogenic bacteria and the fundamentals of the human immune response that are critical to our health. The lecture portion of the course will focus on microbial pathogenic mechanisms and ways these pathogens get established and avoid destruction by the immune response. Prerequisite: CSMLS general certification or consent of the department. May not be taken for credit if credit already obtained in MLSCI 241.


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